Review: Game for Anything by Bella Andre

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Review: Game for Anything by Bella Andre
Game for Anything

4 Stars

Book Info

Released: July 22, 2008
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Bad Boys of Football #3
Pages: 296

I kind of have a soft spot for sports romance lately.  Maybe I’ve been in that kind of mood, but this book has been in my TBR pile for a long time and I finally decided to pick it up.  This being my first book by Ms. Andre I was more than pleasantly surprised.  The story is cute, sweet and sexy.  With a hero to die for and a heroine who I didn’t want to kill (most of the time).

Ty was the jock all through high school, dating all the beautiful girls and getting noticed for his athletic abilities.  He also had major issues to overcome being that he didn’t come from the best family, nor did he come from money.  He always felt less than others in that respect so a successful sports career has given him the chance to better himself and he’s taken it to an excess.

But before the lights and the money he had one night with the smartest girl in his class.  At senior prom he gets the guts to approach a girl who wasn’t the popular girl, but he always felt he didn’t deserve.  Julie had the hots for him.  And that one night led to him taking her virginity.  Except it all went wrong the morning after and they haven’t spoken or seen each other since.

Fast forward ten years, he is a successful quarterback in his prime but with a really bad reputation that needs cleaning up.  Julie has made a very successful career as an image consultant.  She is called in as the best person to fix Ty’s image.  And from that first meeting sparks are flying!

I had a small problem with Julie always jumping to conclusions.  She always thought the worst of Ty without giving him the opportunity to explain.  From that first night after senior prom and the same now.  She’s always thinking she knows what Ty feels and wants.

I enjoyed the writing style a lot, the bit of humor and sweetness in the book, and of course the hot athlete.  So I’ll be jumping into book two very soon!

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About Bella Andre

New York Times, USA Today and Publishers Weekly Bestselling Author of "The Sullivans" series.

Having sold more than 2.5 million books, Bella Andre’s novels have appeared on Top 5 lists at Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble and Kobo. After signing a groundbreaking 7-figure print-only deal with Harlequin MIRA, Bella’s Sullivan series is being released in paperback in the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia throughout 2013 and 2014.

Known for “sensual, empowered stories enveloped in heady romance” (Publishers Weekly), her books have been Cosmopolitan Magazine ”Red Hot Reads” twice, have been translated into nine languages, and her Sullivan books are already Top 20 bestsellers in Brazil. Winner of the Award of Excellence, The Washington Post has called her “One of the top digital writers in America” and she has been featured by NPR, USA Today, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and most recently in TIME Magazine. She has given keynote speeches at publishing conferences from Copenhagen to Berlin to San Francisco, including a standing-room-only keynote at Book Expo America.

If not behind her computer, you can find her reading her favorite authors, hiking, swimming or laughing. Married with two children, Bella splits her time between the Northern California wine country and a 100 year old log cabin in the Adirondacks.

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I have seen this author’s name several times recently. Good reviews on all books. This one looks interesting to me because of its possible similarity to Susan Elizabeth Phillips sports series. Definitely adding to my TBR. Thanks for a great review 🙂

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I haven’t read Susan Elizabeth Phillips, but it did have a similarity to Jaci Burton’s Play by Play, which is why I picked it up to deal with my withdrawal issues! LOL



Francesca you really have to try Susan Elizabeth Phillips’ Chicago Stars series. They are very good. I have read Bella Andre’s books and really enjoyed them. This one is on my to buy list. Enjoyed the review.


This has also been on my tbr pile for awhile as well…I’m dfeinitely reading this series this year!