Review Tour: Cage’s Misconduct by Nikki Worrell

Title: Cage’s Misconduct
Author: Nikki Worrell
Genre: Sports Romance
Release: September 28, 2015
Dalton ‘Cage’ Booker is the number one goalie for the San Diego Scorpions. Most people describe him as willful and stubborn—sometimes even difficult to control. More often than not, words fly out of his mouth without the benefit of passing through his brain first. And women love him.

Karen LaGrange, little sister of the former enforcer for the Scorpions, lives in Canada, where she works with special needs children. After losing her job to downsizing, she makes an extended visit to San Diego, forming a friendship with the errant goalie.
Through frequent reminders that they are friends without benefits, Karen struggles to keep their relationship platonic, but the more she shuts him down, the more he wants her.


Can Cage convince Karen to slip under the sheets with him, or is he destined to be firmly entrapped in the friend zone?

review
4 stars
Cage was the guy from the previous books that no one really cared for and made sure they kept girlfriends and sisters away from him since he was such a manwh*re. Too bad Karen (Jody’s sister) becomes friends with Cage and spends time seeing who Cage really is and realizes he is much more than just the rumors.

It is a steady read. A few twists kinda surprised me but the outcome of those twists made the book for me.

The relationship between Karen and Cage is genuine, fun and loving. It was fun to see how both worked through their pasts to build a future.

Review by Jennifer
LLEP Review Team

 

Nikki Worrell is a country girl from South Jersey who took her love of reading and shifted it into a love of writing.
When not at work as a full-charge bookkeeper in Philadelphia, she’s at home writing, reading or simply spending time with her husband of over twenty years. Both she and her husband love animals immensely, which is evident in her writing.
If there is any advice she would impart upon you, it is this: Follow your dreams. Always. Don’t let anyone tell you it’s foolish or unattainable. You have but one life to live—live it!

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