Monday, 18 September 2017

Review: Keeper by Amy Daws

Keeper

The youngest Harris brother's story: Booker Harris
**Reads great as a standalone**

They were best friends until they became roommates.
Booker Harris has spent the last several years pushing himself to become the best goalkeeper in the Championship League. Tired of living in the shadows of his headline-splashing brothers, he has finally carved a path of his own.
As a child, Poppy McAdams was content in her own little make-believe world, until the boy next door with dimples and pained eyes came barreling into her makeshift fort demanding all her attention.
Best friends for most of their lives, everything changes when Poppy abruptly leaves London for University.
Now she is back, and gone is the awkward girl from Booker’s youth. She has been replaced by a stunning woman with secrets. Secrets that Booker is desperate to know.
Sharing a bedroom wall with your best friend from childhood quickly turns to anything but sweet and innocent. 

Claire's Review 5 of 5 Stars


Well, it's safe to say that Amy is most definitely one of my go-to authors and this book just helped to cement that.

This is Booker and Poppy's story. Best friends since childhood, although everything changed when Poppy left and moved to Germany to study suddenly and although they kept in touch when they were reunited when Poppy moved back, they were both different people. Poppy moves in with Booker temporarily and naturally, sparks begin to fly.

Wow, Booker and Poppy!How I loved these two characters, even though at times throughout the story I felt as if I wanted to knock their heads together. They were a perfect match, it just took them both a while to see it. We also get to see bits from the other Harris brothers and the whole family, in fact, you start to feel as if you are part of the family with these characters.

Amy can really do no wrong with these books! I'm already clawing for the next one!

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