The Blackhawk Boys Series by Lexi Ryan

Spinning Out (The Blackhawk Boys, #1)Spinning Out by Lexi Ryan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was full of drama and mystery. It’s sold as a sports story, but there is very little sport involved in this, which was fine by me.

I really enjoyed the side characters, who kept things interesting. There were just a few small things that didn’t sit well with me, hence the 4 star rating, but I did read this straight through, until 3:30 AM on a work night, which means it’s definitely attention-grabbing.

Book 299 read in 2018

Pages: 462


Rushing In (The Blackhawk Boys, #2)Rushing In by Lexi Ryan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I liked this better than book one. It’s angsty, and it addresses outdated viewpoints on female sexuality. That pleases me.

Book 300 read in 2018

Pages: 376


Going Under (The Blackhawk Boys, #3)Going Under by Lexi Ryan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So the series still has almost nothing at all, whatsoever, to do with football, besides that the men apparently play football (not that you ever really see that or hear about it).

That doesn’t matter to me, but since this is sold as a sports romance in a football world, I figured I should throw that out there.

This one is dark and twisty, but it’s also a bit convoluted and unbelievable at times. However, I still enjoyed Alex, even if some of her drama is too surface level.

Book 301 read in 2018

Pages: 274


Falling Hard (The Blackhawk Boys, #4)Falling Hard by Lexi Ryan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a good change of pace. I enjoyed it as I read, but when I stepped back and really thought about it, there’s a lot of stuff that happens that is just too easy or convenient, rather than being truly believable.

I still enjoyed the journey and unexpected trope (actress meets con artist), but again there are some surface level moments that could have been deeper or truer to character.

Book 302 read in 2018

Pages: 376

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