Thursday, July 14, 2016

Review of The Baller's Secret Baby by Normandie Alleman


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. 

In this book we Eden Evans and Nick Barnes. Years before Nick and Eden's families had been inseparable. With both of their fathers playing in the same band they had always hung out together. Then tragedy hit and the entire band went down with the plane. Eden's mom moved them away shortly after the funeral and they haven't seen each other since. Eden however didn't take the separation lying down. She worked her butt off in school graduated early from high school and went to med school while there she developed and new device used in surgery's. This in turn made her a woman that could do anything she want and what she wanted was to cheer for the Texas Scorpions. So when Nick reaches out to her after all these years she is both suspicious and intrigued. Can her old friend really be back to get to know her again or is he just looking for his next hook up and she is in his sights?

Nick took those years hard after his dad died but he learned to channel it all into basketball and in the end it paid off. He is now a pro ball player who can have anyone woman he want with the snap of his fingers. He also has enough money to decide what he wants to do and where he wants to be. To bad his mother won't let him decide either thing. Nick's mother is a money managing, self deciding diva who runs all of her children's careers. Nick wants his own life and the first step he is taking to get that life is to reconnect with the one woman he has never forgotten, Eden. Can he convince her that he is there for more than a roll in the sheets or will she walk away again and he will loose her forever this time?

In this book we get a glimpse into a life of a possible famous person. We see how your life really isn't your own, the public always wants something from you. We also see what true friendship can do for those types of relationships. This book does have many twists and turns that will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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