Jul 20

For Forester by J. Nathan Review


5 Smooches!

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A Standalone New Adult Sports Romance in the For You series. Each book follows a new couple.

I’m Alabama’s star wide receiver. I’ve got mad skills on and off the field, and it’s no secret I’m heading into the draft after the upcoming season. But I’m home for the summer to make some cash before my senior year. Being back under my parents’ roof isn’t the ideal situation, but the moment I see Marin, the star of my adolescent fantasies, I know it’s about to get interesting. She may not have noticed me back then, but I’ve got a feeling it’s just a matter of time before she lets me turn those fantasies into reality.

The last time I saw Trace Forester he was just a kid tearing up the neighborhood on his skateboard. That was when I was foolish enough to think I had the perfect husband and the perfect life. But now my life is in shambles and Trace is back, all grown up, hot as hell, and exuding major confidence. It would be so easy to fall for his good looks and undeniable charm. So easy to let him into my life. Too bad I learned the hard way that nothing worth having ever comes easy.


J. Nathan kinda snuck her way into my top ten favorite authors.  It all started a couple of books ago when I took a chance on a net galley arc of a book in another series of hers and before I knew it I was devouring everything she put out.  And when this book came out I was too dang excited.  It was then that I realized, I loved this authors books HARD.  Her books are angsty, sweet, sexy, and somehow still manage to make me laugh and grin through out.

I admit, I was worried about this one.  Books where the heroine is much older aren’t usually my jam, but this author proved me wrong.  She made me love and respect the heck out of Trace and even though Marin seemed pretty dang focused on his age, I completely overlooked it because his character was just so dang good to his core.

Stories of single mothers always give me the feels.  And I absolutely loved Marin’s story.  Her insecurities, her reservations, they all made so much sense to my thirty something mommy self.

I loved this one.  Great writing.  Witty Banter.  Super Steamy.  Another touch down for J. Nathan.