Thursday, November 9, 2017

Review: Keeper by Amy Daws

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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 She has been replaced by a stunning woman with secrets.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.

I love a friends to romance story and this was a very enjoyable read by Amy Daws! Booker is the baby of the family and despite his calm, cool demeanor on the outside there’s a scared little boy on the inside. With his best friend Poppy he can be the real Booker or can he??
These two drove me crazy at times with there back and forth. Clearly they are made for each other but they have issues from their past that are preventing them from moving forward. The angst between these characters at time was too much. I just wanted to shake some sense into the both of them and tell them to get it together already! I enjoyed seeing the other Harris siblings and their leading ladies. I also listened to the audio version as I read and I LOVED the dual narrators. They both nailed it with this audio and I felt every single emotion in the story. This was one of the best audiobooks I’ve listened to in a long time! Plus they had the most amazing accents ever!!

4 Book Corner Stars

*Audio copy was provided for honest feedback.*

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