Friday, July 15, 2016

ARC: Shoot The Gap - Jordan Ford (The Big Play #4)

Published Date: July 15, 2016
Genre: Romance
Synopsis: Tyler Schumann has always been known as Nelson High’s goofy clown, the guy with the big mouth. But there’s something people don’t know: he’s tired of being in the shadows of his Raiders’ buddies, and he’s ready to do whatever it takes to get the one girl in school he wants to finally notice him: Roxanne Carmichael.

Sammy Carmichael is just one of the guys, known for her mad boarding skills and her razor-sharp wit. But she has a secret, too—a crush on her best friend. It’s a relationship she’s not willing to risk damaging by getting all romantic about it.

When Tyler asks for Sammy’s help, she’s stoked to be able to spend a little one-on-one time with him. Their secret mission will bring them closer together…until she realizes what he’s really after—her sister. Tired of being in the shadows herself, Sammy sets out on a mission of her own to prove that she’s the Carmichael girl he really wants.

But the secrets and lies she discovers as she embarks on her quest could tear her relationship with Tyler to shreds, and Sammy must decide which lies are worth exposing and how much damage the truth will cause.

God, the finale of the The Big Play series had my head reeling. 

Sammy Carmichael is the epitome of something that every girl in high school should be. Smart, funny, and all around nice. Plus, she likes one of the not-so-well-known guys of the school. Don't get me wrong. Tyler Schumann is indeed the class clown and being best friends with Sammy brings a whole new level of hell to the school. The one thing that I enjoyed about this group of friends is that they overlook the popularity status. 

It fades after a while and so when Tyler recruits Sammy in desperate need of some help, she will jump at any chance to be friends with him. 

Roxy and Sammy could not be any more different and as aforementioned, you can tell which is clearly my favorite. Jordan Ford does a fantastic job at creating a unity amongst her characters with revealing revelations and wonderful relationships. 

Though this is the end of the Big Play series for now, Jordan Ford is bound to come up with something even more fantastic. So with a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars, The Big Play comes to a thrilling end. 

I could not deal with the ending because well, it was the ending of it all. 

Blog you later, awesome book nerds. 

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