Review: BLINDSIDED by Amy Daws


Blindsided by Amy Daws
Genre: romantic comedy
Publisher: Amy Daws, LLC
Publication Date: November 21, 2019
Rating: ★★★★✰

I adore Freya and Mac so much. Please they are the cutest friends but also their dumbness in not realizing their love for each other is a whole damn mood. I love it! WE STAN LOVESICK FOOLS!

Freya is the love of my life. She is just so adorable and relatable and I was rooting so hard for her from page 1. My heart hurt so much whenever she put herself down, I legit wanted to curl up and cry. In contrast to that, I didn’t see lot of improvement in Freya’s attitude and I just wanted her to have a better self image.

Mac is just the cheekiest and I love him for it. I also like that his only possible solution for helping is inexperienced friend was offering himself. Like, boy we know what game you were playing. YOU BEEN FOUND OUT! There was a point where I wanted to punch his lights out but I think he definitely made up for it.

I have so much love for this story in my heart and I always always adore Amy Daws’ humor. It is just so singular and outstanding. Her stories just hit you differently and make you feel good about everything in life.

4 Stars!


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What happens when an almost thirty-year-old virgin agrees to let her Scottish footballer best friend give her some lessons in seduction?

Lots of banter, awkwardness, jealousy, and heat.

Midfielder Maclay “Mac” Logan is a loud-mouthed, tattooed ginger content with focusing on football. But when an adorably-freckled seamstress comes barreling into his life, he finds Netflix-And-Bickering with her to be his new favorite pastime.

Freya Cook is used to being the invisible woman with a needle and thread, offering cheeky punchlines as she helps dress London’s finest. She’s plus-sized in body and spirit, and other than her friendship with Mac, talking to the opposite sex is one skill she never mastered.

However, after one innocent game of Never Have I Ever, Mac offers to play Love Coach for Freya.

What neither of them see coming are the feelings that develop when the clothes come off.

Now they’re both about to learn the biggest lesson of all: Don’t fall in love with your best friend.

Blindsided is a full length (97,000 words) contemporary rom-com standalone with a sports theme. 



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