Monday, September 11, 2017

Review: Keeper by Amy Daws

They were best friends until they became roommates.
Booker Harris has spent the last several years pushing himself to become the best goalkeeper in the Championship League. Tired of living in the shadows of his headline-splashing brothers, he has finally carved a path of his own.
As a child, Poppy McAdams was content in her own little make-believe world, until the boy next door with dimples and pained eyes came barreling into her makeshift fort demanding all her attention.
Best friends for most of their lives, everything changes when Poppy abruptly leaves London for University.
Now she is back, and gone is the awkward girl from Booker’s youth. She has been replaced by a stunning woman with secrets. Secrets that Booker is desperate to know.
Sharing a bedroom wall with your best friend from childhood quickly turns to anything but sweet and innocent.

When Keeper landed on my kindle, I was thrilled.  I totally love this series and Amy Daws didn't disappoint.  The Harris Crew is one hot bunch.   And you wouldn't love them. 

Booker and Poppy are childhood best friends.  When his twin brothers were together, he felt out of place.  But when he was with Poppy. He was complete.  Their relationship grew stronger when growing up. But emotions grew strong for Poppy.  When she finally had enough courage to tell Booker how she felt, she was rocked to her core. Life changed for both but when they are reunited after years. Their friendship is still there but Booker sees Polly in a new light.    And a new light was like a spotlight.  Booker and Poppy are in for a wild ride. 

4.5 Book Corner Stars
*ARC Review*

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Amy Daws is a lover of all things British and her London-based love stories bring the incredible city to life on every page. Read all about hot British men, hilarious American heroines, and unforgettable and original ensemble casts that pull out all the feels. 
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