Review: #Awestruck (A #Lovestruck Novel) by Sariah Wilson

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A sweet all-American story of love and revenge.

Ambitious intern Ashton Bailey is about to get closer to her dream of being a sports announcer. All she has to do is prove that too-perfect-to-be-true NFL quarterback Evan Dawson isn’t quite as wholesome as his contract requires. It’s also the perfect opportunity to get delicious payback on the boy who broke her teenage heart. At least that’s her plan. But she forgot just how easy it is to crush on the irresistible charmer. #OhNoNotAgain.

Evan has a knack for getting through the opposing team’s defenses, and he won’t let this tall, redheaded knockout be the exception. He’s determined to make things right between them and earn back Ashton’s trust—and maybe her heart, too.

Then the press mistakenly announces their engagement, and Ashton and Evan find themselves going along with the lie. Now the whole world is watching as Ashton flirts with attraction and disaster. But while revenge is sweet, it just might come at the cost of something sweeter still.

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Aston wants to be a sports announcer.  She works as an Intern for ISEN that can make it happen.  However, her boss wants her to prove that Evan Dawson is a liar.  Aston is asked to be underhanded and conniving to get the story.  I love how she is extremely angry at Evan and wants revenge.  I totally understand since her life in high school was affected in a devastating way.
The author reveals how she had been holding on to the anger and letting it affect her adult life.  Ashton comes up with a plan to get the truth.  I love how she comes face to face with Evan at a party.  It was hilarious what she was doing and how it unfolds.  Then Evan decides to plant himself in different aspects of her life.  He exasperates her at every turn. 

Evan is determined to apologize to her and make things up to her.  He is at her every turn.  She truly wants to kill he at times.  It is fun to read.  She is a great character.  She also realizes that she can’t do what she is expected to do.  Her true integrity comes to light.  The ending was an emotional journey for the characters but a great read.  I give it a 4 out of 5.

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