Book Review: Intercepted Hearts ~ Mika Jolie


Intercepted Hearts


Title: Intercepted Hearts
Author: Mika Jolie
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by: Shakera
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Mika Jolie
Date of Release: January 24, 2020
Pages:140
Format: Kindle (Author)

It has been noted the damage sustained from football can be catastrophic. This is precisely what Natalie Harris wants to avoid. Her father suffers from head damage sustained at college on the football field. When she gets the call to sub in as cheerleader for the New York Kings, her main goal is to avoid attracting the eye of any of the football players.

Football is in Hudson’s blood. As the star quarterback, leading his team to the Superbowl, he’s floating on cloud nine. A chance meeting with Natalie, and he wants to know everything about her. Can he break down the wall she’s built up and have a chance at a budding relationship, or will they drop the ball?

This was a super quick read and quite adorable. Hudson was sweet, attentive, and caring. The relationship he has with his brother, River, was great, and I would have loved to see more of that. I understand why Natalie was how she was. To be young and have to take care of two people can be challenging. It’s hard to always have to be the strong one in the family. When you are taking care of the family, who is taking care of you? The amount of research that went into this was fantastic. I enjoyed getting Hudson’s thoughts about Natalie’s father’s condition as a result of playing the game he loved. This is a beautiful story of what can happen when you take a chance and put your heart out on the line, knowing the results can be catastrophic. A great story.

 

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