From USA TODAY Bestselling Author Sara Ney comes a new series about strong, single girls falling in love: accidentally.
I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Mrs. Degree by Sara Ney
Series: Accidentally in Love #2
on May 3, 2022
Genres: Adult Contemporary Romance
Source: the author
I never thought I would get pregnant in college.
When I did, I thought leaving Jack Jennings was doing him a giant favor—he had a bright future ahead of him as a football star—the last thing he needed was me and a baby standing in his way of his dreams.
Honestly? I figured he would eventually forget about me.
I would raise our child in secret and watch Jack on television, and the pain of what I’d done to him would heal.
The last person I expected to see on my brothers doorstep seven years later was Jack; obviously, or I wouldn’t have answered it.
A superstitious athlete, dreams were keeping him awake at night that were preventing him from excelling on the field—dreams he was hoping I could make…disappear.
He looked so good. So much older.
Turns out, he hadn’t forgotten about me either, and he hadn’t put our past behind him.
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As with the first book in this series, The Player Hater, once again I loved just how real this story was in its way. The romance, the way people reacted to things, there wasn’t drama just for drama’s sake. People might not be really really nice, but that didn’t always mean they were evil or going to come back for revenge or anything later on. Also like with the first one, it was hard to put down. It just flowed and I just wanted to read until the end, if only work and sleep the night before work didn’t come in the way.
The couple from the fist book, Davis and Juliet, were around, because this was the story of Davis’s single mom sister that we met in the first book. Her daughter Harper, or Skipper as she called her, was so much fun. She was a normal kid, and while yes, there would be issues that a kid would have, again, no drama for drama’s sake. Now, I do feel maybe how the choice Penelope made at the beginning was a little out there, I guess it is one way someone might react. Especially if she was trying not to make the impression that she was worried because she got it from just about every other female around the other players she saw in Jack/Skip’s circle of friends.
The story is straight forward, just what you think it will be, and honestly, sometimes it is so nice to just read a romance that is going to go the way you want it without all the extra. To just be able to smile along and enjoy a happy ending that comes at a more realistic and simple pace. I am such a huge fan of this, and love that the author gives us these kinds of stories along with her others that do have more dramatic aspects. Sara Ney is one of my favorites and this story just leaves me waiting for the next book!
About the Author
Sara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances.
Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced lattes, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.
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