Memphis by Ginger Scott

RATING: BUY IT

memphisFrom the beginning, I knew that Memphis by Ginger Scott was going to be something special, something I wanted to devour, while at the same time, savor every single word.

In a family full of greedy, selfish people, Olivia wishes for nothing more than to never have to see them again. But circumstances beyond her control have her returning to her family’s home. She doesn’t want to follow in her mother’s footsteps, but sometimes fate steps in and puts you right where you need to be.

Memphis Delaney is a fighter through and through. It’s in his blood, his heart. It’s all he knows. His end goal is to be a champion—not for the fame or the money, but for himself. And can we just stop here so I can fill you in on how perfect he is?!! God, his body, his face, his words. Absolutely a top book boyfriend for me 😍😍!!

What follows is an incredible love story between two broken people. You FEEL every emotion and hurt just as much as Liv + Memphis do.

“Us. A beginning of us—or an accidental us, fate or coincidence…maybe luck—whatever it is, it made us. We are in this space together, and there was a moment. It makes breathing both hard and satisfying when she is around.”

Ms. Scott delivered a novel with such deep emotion—she wrote from her heart and I was enraptured with this story and the characters she created. She is known for her sports romance novels, and let me tell you, she knows how to do them right. I absolutely loved this story. With every book, she sprinkles her magic fairy dust and Memphis proved to me once again why Ms. Scott is one of my top favorite authors.

As of 2.21.19, Memphis is available with Kindle Unlimited.

Find and follow Ginger Scott on Book+Main: https://bookandmainbites.com/GingerScott

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