Release Date: February 9, 2015
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USA TODAY Bestselling Author Dakota Madison returns with another spicy sports romance. This story set in the world of college basketball.
Neuroscience student SEDONA MILLER is perfectly imperfect. She’s slightly nerdy and slightly eccentric, but completely brilliant.
When an unfortunate accident leaves SEDONA with an injured arm and she’s fired from her part-time job shelving books at the university library she has to find a new gig fast.
The only job available mid-semester is working as a tutor for the athletic academic center. And the notorious bad boy of the university’s basketball team, JESSE WALKER, is the one and only guy on the new tutor’s roster.
But when SEDONA discovers a secret that could ruin the school’s winning basketball team doing the right thing could mean destroying the only guy she’s ever loved.
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When she’s not at her computer creating spicy new romances, Dakota is traveling to exotic locales or spending time with her husband and their bloodhounds.
Dakota also writes under the pen names Savannah Young, Sierra Avalon and Ren Monterrey.
Some books are just an absolute pleasure to read. Everything about them works – the plot, the characters and the way the romance unfolds. You’re lured into the author’s imaginary word world for a few hours and you’re delighted to be there. Interference was one those books for me. It was my first book from Dakota Madison and I loved it.
The two main characters Jesse and Sedona are both college students but they’re having completely different experiences. Jesse is a basketball star – he is adored, worshiped and wanted by everyone on campus. Sedona is at university for her education not a social experience. She might as well not even be on campus because the only people who know who she is are her professors and her best friend.
After reading the book blurb, I completely expected a typical sports romance book – arrogant jock and super sweet nerd fall in love against all odds. The End. But limiting the characters and the plot in this book to those stereotypes or assuming anything about this book is so freaking wrong. Both characters have more depth and experience then their ages would ever tell giving Interference a better than average storyline. They both surprised me.
Dakota’s tale about Jesse and Sedona falling in love is funny and sweet. Their chemistry and personalities are highly entertaining, making their story definitely worth reading.