Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Wildcat by Max Monroe

Things this book is:
·      Romantic Comedy
·      #1 in the Mavericks Tackle Love Series
·      Can be read as a complete standalone.
Things it isn’t:
·      Paranormal: The only thing magical is inside Quinn Bailey’s pants.
·      Boring: Pssh, please. Max Monroe doesn’t do boring.
·      Short: Prior to reading, prepare yourself for one huge, long, thick…book.

Wildcat: a football formation in which the ball is snapped, not to the quarterback, but to another player lined up in the quarterback position.

Wild, Cat: a beautiful woman from the sky, who hooked me against the rails, and has me on the ropes. Sweet like honey, with a hint of sass burning behind her pretty brown eyes, she took over my heart without warning.

I’m Quinn Bailey, quarterback for the New York Mavericks.
Sports analysts predicted I’d break records and take my team all the way.

But no one predicted this.

And just like the other team, I never saw it coming.

Swoooooon. I swooned so hard with this book. Wildcat is the newest release by Max Monroe and it gave me all the feels. I swooned, it tugged at my heartstrings, and it was full of the humor that Max Monroe is well known for. Wildcat is the first book in the Mavericks Tackle Love series, a spin off of the Billionaire Bad Boys series. You don't need to read the BBB series to read this series. There might be a couple spoilers but nothing major if you read this book before those. I do recommend reading that series though because it's amazing.

Quinn Bailey is the quarterback of the New York Mavericks. He's a sweetheart that's sexy as sin. I love me a Southern man and Quinn Bailey meets all my requirements. I loved how genuine and humble Quinn is. There wasn't one thing I found wrong with Quinn. 

Cat Wilde is living her best life. She's got a great job, great friends, and lives in the big city. The last thing she's looking for is a relationship. But when a tall drink of water in the form of Quinn Bailey shows up she rethinks that. I liked Cat but at times her insecurity bothered me. I screamed at my kindle on numerous occasions "He likes you! Why can't you see that?! You're enough!". I mean, I get it. Insecurity is totally a thing that women go through but it seemed a little much in this book. 

We can't forget about the side characters in this book. They're AWESOME  (except for two of them but I won't go there, you'll have to read to find out who and why) and I NEED Max Monroe to give them a book. I'd even be happy with a novella but I MUST HAVE MORE CASEY AND DENVER!! 

Overall I enjoyed this book. It was slow for me at first but once I got a little bit into it I loved it and couldn't read fast enough. Great first book of a series that I know I will love. 

Unfortunately, you many not MARRY this book without proper consent from the authors. 

Though the idea of a spouse who does nothing but provide you endless laughs for hours at a time, turn you on, make your heart swell, and require nothing but your undivided attention for several hours in return sounds nearly orgasmic, there are laws. And the Fictional Municipality only allows twenty book wives at a time. 

Due to high demand for a significant other that encourages you to leave the dishes in the sink, the laundry in the washer, and the vacuum in the closet unattended, we've implemented a shift schedule of marital proprietorship. You will be rotated accordingly.

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