Stadium of Lightsby Tia Lewis A Sports Romance Publication Date: September 19, 2016 Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Sports, Romance
Read for Free in KindleUnlimited: AmazonHe can’t help claiming her. But can he love her? Max Anderson enjoys all the perks of being a star NFL quarterback?including the women. He has no intention of changing his carefree, hard-loving lifestyle … until a twist of fate reunites him with the girl he knew growing up. Abby Morrison has worked hard to become a physical therapist. She knows she needs to keep things professional with Max — but the truth is, she’s always loved him. Back then, she hid it. Now, it’s not so easy. As they rekindle their friendship, the heat between them is impossible to ignore. Soon it flares out of control, and the fallout threatens to ruin everything. Can they salvage a future together … or will the consequences wreck their lives?
Stadium of Lights combines a few of my favorite tropes and plot devices into a delightful sports romance story that left me happy.
Max Loves the perks of being quarterback of his NFL team, the women, the fans, being treated like a VIP everywhere, he has no intention of changing anything about his life. And then it all changes as a blast from the past stumbles into his life and he's not sure what to do with her.
Abby and Max have known each other forever, they had a beautiful friendship and Abby found herself more than alittle in love with Max. But Abby wasn't the popular girl, she wasn't the most beautiful or the one anyone would have expected the football star to fall for so she'd always known she had "sister" status.
When Max and Abby find themselves in each others lives again, they can hardly believe it. AT first Max doesn't recognize Abby and she's a little hurt, but then she's changed a lot since the last time they saw each other. As they fall back into their friendship, feelings are stirred up and Max begins to question just how he really feels about Abby.
I loved the banter between Abby and Max, their ease with each other, it all made their easy transition back to friends after so long apart not only believable but also relate-able. I liked the fact that it wasn't a cut and dry move from friends to more, that there was more to go through to find out if things could and/or would work out between them.