I love this football romance series. It's well-written with interesting characters and sweet love stories. I enjoy the behind-the-scenes look at the football business as well. Sure, it's likely dramatized for the book, but Ms. Murray displays a decent knowledge of the game and the business.
I loved the movie version of this, so I wanted to read the book. It's a very wordy novel, but I appreciated the bigger glimpse into Sutter's mind and what makes him the way he is. The movie seemed to be equally about him and Aimee, but the book was mostly about him, which was an adjustment, but I liked it anyway. This is another situation where the book and movie are both good and have their place.
This has been on my to-read list for a long time. Everyone and their sister has read it already. The movie comes out next week. I figured it was time to dive in. It started out a little slow and confusing. Every time I thought I was starting to figure out what was happening, there was another twist. By the time I got midway through the book, I could not put it down. I had to know what was going on. I'm not good at getting to movies and I haven't heard great things about the adaptation, but I'm sure I'll see it eventually.
This was a pretty good reading month. But somehow I am completely hooked on suspense thrillers now even though I keep telling myself to pick up something lighter. Ah well.