Amy Daws brings another sports romance spin-off from her Harris Brothers series with her latest romance book release, Sweeper.
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Zander Williams is the hot new American determined to take European football by storm. But his motives for crossing the pond to join one of London’s Premier League football teams aren’t what they seem.
Managing the building where they live is only one of Daphney’s many jobs. It’s why she has zero patience for her obnoxious American neighbor.
When tensions build and after one steamy hallway kiss, neighbor wars quickly shifts into neighbors-with-benefits and that’s a battle they both intend to win.
Another enjoyable read by Amy Daws that’s a cute neighbors with benefits love story.
Just when I thought I was done with the Harris brothers, Amy Daws goes and writes this spin-off that had quite a twist!
Zander is an American soccer player who signs with a Premier League football team in London.
The catch is that he may be going to play for the team managed by his real father – the man he never knew was his father!
In his effort to figure out the truth undercover, he falls for his neighbor.
While it took me a bit to like Zander, I did like his storyline. He’s not only wrecked about the news about his true paternity, he’s also still mourning the loss of his Dad and the estrangement with his mom.
Overall, the story had a good arc and was a fun read.
If anything, I would have loved more interaction between Zander and the Harris family to build up their connection before he figured out the truth.
His American teammates could have been flushed out more too but I thought he and Daphne were good together despite their annoying antics at the beginning.
If you love a good neighbors to lovers story or have an affinity for British speak, check out Sweeper!
*Thank you to Amy Daws for the advanced reader copy. All opinions are my own.