Sunday, 9 April 2017

Review ~ Interference (Prescott Family, #1; Love In All Places, #1) by Mignon Mykel

Interference (Prescott Family, #1; Love In All Places, #1)
ebook downloaded for free via Amazon.

Release Date: August 8th 2016

Publisher: Self-published

There's only one thing he wants to do

Having grown up in a hockey family, Caleb Prescott knows better than most the ins and outs of a season.
If there's one thing he has vowed to stick by, it's that he's there to play the game, not be the face gracing media.

Sydney Meadows is finishing up her degree and decides to intern with a casting company. Fun, right?
Until she's given an impossible task--get a well known hockey player, who has very little media presence, to agree to star on a dating show.

What starts as a challenge, quickly turns difficult in other ways...

But sometimes plans change...

My Opinion

I happened across this book on a Facebook post when it was free on Amazon. I hadn't heard of the author before, but the cover looked like a cute contemporary romance so I downloaded it.

What I didn't expect was for Interference to hold my attention as well as it did--to the point where I did nothing but spend the day with Caleb and Sydney. So yeah, I have a bone to pick with the author because now I'm really behind on my essay deadlines for uni!

Anyway, Interference was a great read. I loved the setting and reality TV element, but most of all I loved the chemistry and banter between Syd and Caleb. Their humour was on point and they felt like they'd known each other a lifetime rather than weeks and months.

Caleb wasn't the typical playboy athlete. It was refreshing to read about a guy who wasn't a man-whore. I loved his loyalty to Syd, and combined with his love of his family, he just seemed like a real genuine and good guy.

As for the story, the majority of it was sweet. There were some hotter, steamy moments, but their romance was just a feel-good one that made me smile. I got swept up along with the cruise and I didn't what to come back to the real world.

Overall I'd highly recommend this book and I can't wait for more. Although I would have liked Jonny's story next, I'll settle for Porter because it means more Prescott boys.


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