4 of 5 starsARC kindly provided for an honest review given by author and Netgalley
Even The Score is the first book by Beth Ehermann that I have had the privileged to read and review for an honest review, and what a book it is! Even The Score is out for all readers on September 6th!
This book slowly become one of my favorites due to the combination having a single dad of TWO as the male protagonist, and the equality of gender role jobs coming from the female protagonist. Golly! Beth Ehemann did such an incredible job with there intense love story!
The beginning concludes of the basic introductions of each character and their personal lives stories. Both, Andy and Danicka have their separate perspectives in each chapter, and both have individual issues that clash and destroy their capability of being together; including the fraternization that they hitted off at work… wink wink
Andy is the perfect definition of a well-known-dad-of-two-with-a-great-bod-and-amazing-manners for a gentleman. The way he touches Dani that first night at the bar, keeping it professionally but at the same time lingering longer than he should, expresses the amount of attraction he has towards Dani. Which shouldn’t be a surprised being that Danicka is described beautifully in this story. The ironic part about their chemistry, is that they make you feel like they are two teenagers who just fell in love and are so giddy. It is absolutely so adorable reading it, when in reality they are two business partners whom should portray a straight face of sorts, but pop out the full giddiness in them when in private.
As the summary already stated, there is something that hunts Dani and her work place, making her situation dangerous. This is the climax point that kept me on my toes wanting to read more and more! Andy is such a great and fun father that he makes me jealous of such a criteria. He loves both his kids, Logan and Becca and Beth Ehemann portrays that in this story. His love and compassion he has towards them is thrilling to read.
In general, this story was sweet and romantic. It has its twists and turns for a nice and at the same time, critial book!