Review: Over the Moon by K.K. Allen (BelleCurve #4)
Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions.
Over the Moon is the newest standalone from K.K. Allen, and it's a story about a football player needing to learn the curb his excesses and take responsibility of himself and others and a camp nurse who has spent the last few years surviving in the one place that has brought her solace. This book is part of the author's BelleCurve series, but it can absolutely be read as a standalone without needing to worry if you're missing something.
Kingston Scott may think himself privileged enough that he should be given a pass every single time he screws up off the field, but his latest stint has his coach sending King to Camp Dakota. Coaching kids isn't exactly his idea of a good time, but the experience could teach him a thing or two. Then he meets camp nurse Silver Livingstone. Something about the enigmatic woman has King wanting to know more about her. But will Silver let him?
This was a wonderful read, one that had me quite emotionally invested in the main characters and the outcome of their romance. I loved seeing both Kingston and Silver/Sylvia thrive together and having peace of mind and contentment alongside the love they had. There's also a hint of suspense, but I won't be divulging details because I don't want to spoil it for anyone who has yet to read this. Over the Moon garners 4.5 stars.
Release Date: 22 April 2021
Date Read: 18 April 2021
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