REVIEW: Don't Blame Me by Kay Blake
Title: Don't Blame Me
Author: Kay Blake
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Sports
Publication Date: August 10, 2018
Sometimes love’s a drug. The rush can be so addicting. All that matters is the high. Not the consequences. Not the damage left in its wake.
Adrian Robinson was a college football star, with his future all mapped out. He didn’t expect to fall for feisty Leah Hunter. Nor did he expect the destruction left in its wake when it all came to an end,
Now, Adrian’s a hotel magnate and one of the most eligible bachelors in the world.
He has it all, except the one woman he has kept in his heart for years. And he’s willing to do anything to get her back. Leah hasn’t seen Adrian since the day she was forced to pick up the pieces of her broken heart.
When Leah is assigned to write a piece on him for her magazine, remnants of their torrid romance still burn like yesterday. Will the high be worth it this time? Or is it destined to crash and burn?
See what our review team is saying about Don't Blame Me
Love a good rollercoaster of emotions novel! This had me gripped from early on. Adrian and Leah were soulmates until it was all taken away. Years later can Adrian win her back and gain her trust? Might just have to read this one again ❤️ Fabulous cover too.
I love second chance romances. There's something about rebuilding something that has fallen apart. This book had it all. The characters were all well-rounded and had deep emotions that were written with grace and style. Adrian Robinson is a college football star on his way to the big leagues. He's the campus king and can get any pretty princess he wants. It's not until he meets Leah Hunter that he realizes he may not always get what he wants. Adrian's parents, however, have other ideas for their son. They want him to focus on getting his degree and taking over the family empire. It's their evil scheme that ends up destroying his relationships. Twelve years later he meets up with Leah and he realizes he's ready to commit but is Leah willing to forgive him? Lots of great banter between the Adrian and Leah and you find yourself really hoping that all is not lost. Great story, great characters, and great writing!