Sean Phillips is a sexy as sin enigma.
The New York Mavericks star wide receiver.
His quick moves and sure hands extend way past the lines of the football field—and into the bedroom.
Sure of himself and sure of his life, Sean’s convinced he can handle anything. But when beautiful, pint-sized Six Malone delivers a challenge he’s never faced before, his certainty starts to waver.
Six Malone is a force to be reckoned with.
The popular YouCam vlogger Pick Six.
The chance to work with the Mavericks on an eight-episode vlog series is the opportunity of a lifetime, and Six knows it.
But after an interesting first encounter turns into a head-to-head battle with cocky football star Sean Phillips, her attention shifts — to keeping herself from falling in love.
Too bad spending time with the team is part of the job, and Sean has a flawless track record…of getting what he wants.
Pick Six: A term used when a quarterback throws an interception and a defensive player returns it for a touchdown, resulting in six points.
Pick(ing) Six: When a man-wh*ring baller meets his match.
Early readers report uncontrollable laughter, choking, snorting, and multiple spit-takes while reading Pick Six. Use caution while reading in public, avoid throat-sized foods, and give any companions an umbrella.
I’m having a month full of Max Monroe’s books, and I’m loving it. I’ve been reading the Billionaire Bad Boys series and it’s awesome and so much fun. I wish I had finished that series already before heading into this one, because I would have appreciated it even more.
Either way, this book was fantastically fun again, the writing is just superb.
Once again, I really appreciated the characters, but I loved Six more than anything. She’s so fun and outgoing, and unapologetically herself, which is something she shares with Cassie, Sean’s sister, but in a slightly different kind of way. I really loved her relationship with the team, and the friendships she develops with the guys. I also liked Sean, but I somehow felt like he wasn’t fully fleshed out. I loved his cocky attitude, but I felt like something was lacking.
And I think it has to do with the romance, to be honest… I loved these 2 together. Six challenged Sean in an awesome way, and their chemistry was off the charts. But I wanted them to actually have “normal” interactions. I felt like they were always to worried to not show their true feelings, that they very rarely did. I need more of them together, being themselves, being open, I would have liked to see their feelings show. I know the whole plot was not that, but it somehow brought the book a bit down for me.
I wasn’t the biggest fan of the sneaking around thing, it was fun at first, but it got old pretty fast. I liked the conflict, but again, I wished the resolution would have been slightly different, but it was still satisfying enough.