Tuesday, May 15, 2018

RELEASE BLITZ with REVIEW: Scoring the Quarterback by S.M. Soto

Title: Scoring the Quarterback
Series: San Diegan Series #2
Author: S.M. Soto
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Release Date: May 15, 2018


An epic Frenemies to lovers romance.

Luke Caldwell has three abhorrent qualities to him:
1) He’s a pig-headed jock.
2) He’s a grade A asshole with the biggest, overbearing ego.
3) He’s a manwhore.

These three qualities alone should’ve had me running for the hills. I tried to steer clear of him, I really did, but it was an impossible feat. Luke Caldwell was nothing if not persistent and the way he bulldozed through my life, not taking no for an answer is proof of it.

I tried to stay away from him.

I wanted to hate him. But I couldn’t.

Luke was nothing like the idiot jock I pegged him out to be. He became a friend, a confidant, and after one unforgettable night, he became so much more.

Whatever this is between us, it’s impossible to ignore. I just hope when all is said and done, I won’t be burned by the college bad boy. 

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Author Bio

S.M. Soto was born and raised in Northern California where she currently resides with her son. Her love for reading began when she was a young girl, and has only continued to grow into adulthood. S.M. lives for reading books in the romance genre and writing novels with relatable characters. She refers to herself as a bit of a romance junkie. S.M. loves to connect with readers and eat copious of donuts that will surely lead to her demise (carbs are life). 

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I love to read sports romance books, add in that this story is based in a college setting, and I was fairly confident I would enjoy reading this book.
Luke is your typical quarterback. He was great at his sport and he knew it. Girls flocked to him and he took advantage of that.
Natalia is on a whole different life path than Luke. Their paths shouldn't probably have ever crossed, but what a connection these two have. As with your typical NA stories, there was a whole heap of overthinking and second guessing which all added up to some wonderful angst.
This book was such a good read, and I would gladly read more from this author.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book.

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