Series: Ball Games #1
Author: Andie M.Long
Genre: Romantic Comedy
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Camille Turner has returned to her home town of Rotherham to open her new business, a childrens play centre. She said she left to pursue her education but in reality she was driven away by the antics of fellow pupil Dylan Ball, whose parting shot, a photo of Camille in tight shorts, earned her the nickname Camille Toe.
After swearing revenge as she left the school gates behind her, Camille is reunited with a now older and apologetic Dylan who wants to be friends. She’d tell him to go to Hell but he does genuinely seem sorry. Plus he’s also matured into one sexy male. It’s so unfair.
But does Dylan really want to be friends or is it all an act to embarrass her once again?
Includes a Yorkshire/British glossary to teach you some rude slang ;)
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As much as I love books set in the US there's something familiar about a book set in the UK it's like that could be me, that could be my life and the humour there's nothing quite like the British humour and this book had me laughing out loud. ~ Our Kindle Konfessions
Loved it! Such fun. Dylan *sigh* #teamballs ~ Surrender To Books
Omg I bloody loved this! Novellas are always hit and miss but this went out of the park. Absolutely brilliant. ~ Goodreads Review
Everything about this Novella worked, the banter between Camille and Dylan was both funny and sexy. The sibling bickering between Camille and Tyler was bloody genius and Camille’s mom was brilliant!! ~ Gemma Reads Too Much
About The Author
Andie M. Long is the author of The Alphabet Game series, Underneath and Quickies. When not writing she can usually be found time wasting on social media. If you ever see her doing housework, step away. It means she's stressed! Prepare to meet the Turner Family in the Ball Games series in 2016 plus other works in progress.
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A fast paced novella that is full of comedy!
21 year old Camille has returned to her home town of Rotherham to open an indoor child's play centre. After a humiliating time at school due to her nemesis Dylan Ball, she'd left school and gone away to Uni and had stayed away until now. Obviously she still hates Dylan even though quite some time has passed an they are now adults. Moving back to her small home town she's bound to run into people from her school days. One of them being Dylan of course.
There's so many laughs to be had in this book. Camille's mother is hilarious! I devoured this story in one sitting, and loved that it was set in Rotherham which is right down the road from me! It's refreshing to read a book with British banter and Yorkshire slang!
Thoroughly enjoyed Balls and I can't wait for more! Highly recommended to all! Five stars!
This was a funny book. Enjoyed all the British slang. Camille is a character you can definitely connect with. In school she was taunted and bullied by a boy. One day it went to far. She left for University to get her degree. Now she is back to open her new business.
Dylan Balls was Camille's bully in school. She runs into him at the Bank where he works. He is now grown up and is quite good looking. The banter and sexual tension between these two is intense at times. Camille's best-friend is lovely. I really enjoyed this book and read it quite quickly. I am looking for for in this series. This is a five star rating for me.