Read Necessary Roughness Online Free - Tanner Cole’s football career was over in less than thirty seconds one Sunday afternoon. After a lifetime playing the sport he loves he’s been forced into an early retirement. Between figuring out his plan for the rest of his life and dealing with the pain of his injuries, this grouchy hottie isn’t in the mood for the perky physical therapist who makes him ache in more than one place.
Jordan Mueller doesn’t have time for a sulky ex-NFL player, even one who looks like Tanner. She’s done with falling for the bad boy without a heart. When she’s forced out of her apartment and offered an opportunity too good to pass up, she agrees to move in with Tanner. She’s only there to speed up his recovery. No funny business, even if her body is telling her otherwise.
As Tanner and Jordan spend more and more time together, they begin to see each other in a new light that threatens to change everything. But when the ghosts of girlfriends past reappear, Tanner must decide if he’s willing to put everything on the line for a shot at a future with Jordan.
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October 17, 2017
I really liked the premise of this and was looking forward to getting to it, sadly, it was pretty disappointing.
I liked Jordan. She’s smart and hard working and loyal. Tanner is cocky and arrogant and not in a good way. Together they’re just sort of meh. I didn’t see the chemistry between them,...
October 18, 2017
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It breaks my heart to write this review. Not because the book was bad, but because it will be the last book out by Julie Brannagh. We lost her recently and my heart breaks for that. I've really enjoyed her books and...
October 16, 2017
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This book was a bittersweet read for me, as it is the last in the series, even if that was not the original intent.
Tanner and Jordan were, at least for me, a little cookie cutter. The angry, injured, ex-player and the cheerful, perky, physica...
December 30, 2017
Necessary Roughness by Julie Brannagh was the seventh book in the Love and Football series.
Tanner Cole was an NFL star who had a career ending injury. He was obnoxious, cranky, incredibly hard to interact with and was still in recovery. Jordan Mueller was the beautiful optimist that was assigned...
October 01, 2017
I had requested the DRC of this book because the premise sounded right up my alley. That being said, I'm not really sure what I just read if that makes sense. I mean, all the pieces of a good story were present but a lot of the underlying plot felt rushed and unfinished. The author threw in littl...
October 18, 2017
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Rating: 1.5 stars
After an ok start, this book slowly but surely got worse and worse. The only reason I kept going is because someone said the ending was ok.
While the main characters – Jordan and Tanner – were fine, the secondary...
October 12, 2017
My favorite part of Julie Brannagh's Necessary Roughness were the characters. Tanner, Jordan, and Harrison were all very appealing...but especially Harrison, Tanner's best friend. (This seems to be a continuing thing with me; the best friend more than the hero?)
Tanner who just had a career-ending...
October 10, 2017
Necessary Roughness (Love & Football) by Julie Brannagh
Life consists of many locker rooms and corridors, but it's the way we play the game that determines the person we're meant to be. Ms. Brannagh understood that in order to make an impact, a person has to step up to the plate. Necessary R...
January 27, 2018
Uninspired writing and rather boring. I realized that I would rather read something else.
October 25, 2017
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Necessary Roughness is my first Julie Brannagh book. It’s love at first sight for me; I’m a sucker for pretty covers, and this one is a winner for me especially since it has a dog on it. The story is light and entertaining. I have a soft spot for grumpy heroes and hero...