She can’t let him score…
Call it superstition, but when a guy bats as hot as Brooks Elliott, you don’t mess with what’s working. And what’s working is him keeping his pants zipped and doing all of his scoring on the field.
So when I hear he’s planning to ditch his V-card now that he’s been traded to baseball’s lovable losers—aka my home team and my reason for living every March through October—I do what any rational, dedicated, obsessed fan would do.
I make a plan to stop him.
But the thing about stopping him is that it requires spending time with him.
Lots. And lots. And lots of time.
And the more time I spend with him, the more I like him. Not as the guy who’s going to help save my favorite team and finally bring home a championship ring, but as the guy who’s helping me in my quest to bring back the team’s old mascot. Who also loves making pancake and bacon sandwiches. And who would do almost anything for his love of the game.
But after all this time of jock-blocking him…do I even have a chance?
And if I do, are we both destined to a life of celibacy in the name of winning?
Operation: Guard Brooks’s innocence is on.
ARC REVIEW ➼
I am a sucker for sports romance and make it a rom-com and I am living for this. Jock Blocked had me snort laughing from the very beginning. I kid you not I have not laughed so much while reading a book since I don’t even know when.
Mackenzie is, well there are no words to describe how much I love her. She is awkward, passionate, and hilarious. She loves the Fireballs. She is devoted to the team and will do anything to make sure they have a great season. Her love for them oozes out of the pages. You can feel her passion for the team. Brooks, the superstitious virgin. He has a reason to be superstitious and unfortunately for him the teams number one fan also knows his little secret.
I loved the banter between Mackenzie and Brooks. It was hilarious and adorable. They have amazing chemistry and I loved watching their relationship progress. The secondary characters in this book were also amazing and added so much to the story, plus A LOT of hilarious scenes, especially the group texts between Brooks and his siblings. The rest of the Fireball’s were also amazing. Pretty much there isn’t a character I didn’t love in this book.
Jock Blocked is a MUST READ, especially if rom-com sports romances are your jam! #FieryForever