My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Sports reporter Cameron Ondine and Seattle Shark star Zach Anderson share a history neither have been able to forget. They have been avoiding each other for ten years. As faith would have it, they need to play nice, being forced to work together for the next month.
Julie Brannagh did a wonderful job with the character development, creating believable characters. I really like Cameron Ondine. She was very down to earth. I liked that she followed her dreams and did not submit to her parents will. I pictured her as a football version of Kathryn Tappen host of NHL Network.
Then there is Zach Anderson, holy perfect! I mean seriously how you cannot love a good-looking football star who has worked himself from nothing and takes care of his four younger sisters and his grandmother. Honestly, how sweet can one guy be. Plus he’s tough and not a push over.
I enjoyed the plot. There was so much going on. Cameron and Zach needed to confront their past and misconceptions. Plus they need to deal with their job, family, and fans (stalkers included). The story is extremely believable and exciting.
I could not put down Catching Cameron; I read it in one day. It is another great book in the Love and Football Series. I’m typically a hockey girl, but I do love this series.
Complimentary copy provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.
ebook, 384 pages
Published May 6th 2014 by Avon Impulse
original title: Catching Cameron
ISBN 0062279734 (ISBN13: 9780062279736)
edition language: English
series: Love and Football #3
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