Review: The Southern Nights Series by M. Never

The Southern Nights Series by M Never
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Boxed Set
Release - July 18, 2017
Genre - YA & NA Contemporary Romance
POV: One Southern Night (Male POV - 1st); One Northern Morning (Dual - 1st); One Perfect Twilight (Dual - 1st)
Heat - 3 out of 5
Length - 226 pages

Kamdyn Ellis is the man.

Mr. All-Star athlete and resident bad boy. #7 quarterback on the field, and #1 player off.

Every guy at school wants to be him, and every girl at school wants to date him. Well, except Laney Summers that is. The sassy city girl is the only one immune to Kam’s clear blue eyes and arsenal of southern charm. But when a debilitating injury sidelines Kam’s future and ability to play football, it’s Laney who is tasked to be his tutor while he recuperates at home.

The chemistry between Kam and Laney is undeniable, and after months of ignoring what’s clearly evident, Laney gives in. Allowing herself one night with Kam, no strings attached, no commitment to speak of. Alone, under the stars, on the fifty-yard line, Kam and Laney set out to discover if what they have is real, or just one steamy southern night.

The Southern Nights Series is a compilation of three novellas following the story of Kam and Laney, an all-star football player destined for greatness and the sassy city girl who challenges him on every level. This collection is steamy, fun, flirty and full of heart!

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MY REVIEW

Kamdyn Ellis was an All-star athlete and Alabama's greatest hope. All the girls wanted him and all the boys wanted to be him. After being injured during a game, his future became uncertain. Thankfully the city girl he was secretly in love with was there to help him to pick up the pieces. This tale tells of their inescapable love, a love that not even time and distance could kill. This sweet series was such an unexpectedly welcome departure from anything I've ever read from M. Never. I enjoyed this immensely. It was a lovely combination of young adult and new adult contemporary romanticism.

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