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Intercepted Marlee Thought She Scored The Man Of Her Dreams Only To Be Scorched By A Bad Breakup But There S A New Player On The Horizon, And He S In A League Of His OwnMarlee Harper Is The Perfect Girlfriend She S Definitely Had Enough Practice By Dating Her NFL Star Boyfriend For The Last Ten Years But When She Discovers He Has Been Tackling Other Women On The Sly, She Vows To Never Date An Athlete Again There S Just One Problem Gavin Pope, The New Hotshot Quarterback And A Fling From The Past, Has Marlee In His SightsGavin Fights To Show Marlee He S Nothing Like Her Ex Unfortunately, Not Everyone Is Ready To Let Her Escape Her Past The Team S Wives, Who Never Led The Welcome Wagon, Are Not Happy With Marlee S Return They Have Only One Thing On Their Minds Taking Her Down But When The Gossip Makes Marlee Public Enemy Number One, She Worries About Than Just Her ReputationBetween Their Own Fumbles And The Wicked Wives, It Will Take A Hail Mary For Marlee And Gavin S Relationship To Survive The Season

10 thoughts on “Intercepted

  1. says:

    3.75 4 StarsThis is Alexa Martin s debut novel and what a debut it is I really enjoyed her writing style, her characters, and her sense of humor.I m not going to rehash the blurb or story line at length however, the main character Marlee is a longtime NFL girlfriend in a sea of NFL wives an

  2. says:

    Intercepted by Alexa Martin is a 2018 Berkley publication Hilarious and super sexy Several years ago, Marlee had a one night stand with a guy she thought was an investment banker, while on a break from her boyfriend Now, not only is she back with her boyfriend, who happens to be a professional fo

  3. says:

    4.5 starsI can t think of the last time that I enjoyed a contemporary romance book this much This is one you should definitely listen to the audiobook instead of reading it The intonation of the narrator s voice is just perfection she absolutely nails the funny lines and there are a LOT of funny lines

  4. says:

    Aside from the weird hashtag thing, this was SO GOOD. until some really unnecessary conflict was introduced and resolved within the last 50 pages I would have given this a full 4 stars, but I m knocking it down to a 3.5 because I can t overlook how much I just didn t jive with the ending Wompppppp Although a

  5. says:

    Intercepted was kind of an amusing read but I found several parts to be cheesy as well as hastily dramatic It read like a YA book and while I appreciated the modern setting and current pop culture references, the hashtagging was excessive Overall, there was just an amateur feel to the story Marlee dates Chris, an

  6. says:

    4,5 starsI loved it,it was so good It has drama,it was fun and the romance was cute Such a nice surprise from a new author to me I have to admit from the moment I read the synopsis I couldn t wait to read it Gavin is the perfect hero, protective,swoon worthy and sexy Marlee is fantastic, I liked her, she is so funny I c

  7. says:

    This was okay The hashtags got annoying real quick though.

  8. says:

    Find all of my reviews at m usually up Berkley s butt like a real hemorrhoid when it comes to their romance releases, but somehow I managed to miss this one and had to wait for my turn at the library to come around Luckily it queued up at the perfect time ROMANCE WEEK The story here is about Marlee, a graphic designer who has been

  9. says:

    I ve had a ton going on in my life so just warning you, my reviews are short and sweet while I get these all caught up First book, new author I wouldn t have guessed this by the way this author writes I am excited forfrom her.This book is refreshing, it was a sports romance that gave me wonderful feels Gavin Marlee are super cute and swe

  10. says:

    Don t you just hate it when you are dating a professional football player and then a guy you had a one night stand years ago joins the team Totally awkward.This was a fun sports romance with a main character, Marlee, who was easy to like Humor was used well throughout the book although I thought hashtags were used a few too many times I prefer

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