Book Review – Endurance (Harris Brothers, #2) by Amy Daws

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He rejected her. She loathes him. Now they have to fool everyone and pretend they actually like each other. 

Tanner Harris has been busy shagging his way through the ladies of east London, but getting caught by the paparazzi buck-naked with his trouser snake in his hands means he’s sowed his last wild oat. 

Dr. Belle Ryan once thought Tanner Harris was the perfect kind of bearded bad boy she needed to relieve a bit of stress after her intense job as a surgical fellow, but an icy cold rejection from London’s sluttiest footballer puts the two at each other’s throats. 

Fate and a favour conspire to put Tanner and Belle back in each other’s paths and they’re forced to do a lot more than get along to save face and their careers. 

Rage turns to passion and tempers run sizzling hot when they realise they aren’t just falling for each other—they’re jumping head first. And neither have the endurance to keep their hands to themselves.

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Endurance was a sexy, angsty, and entertaining standalone sports romance set in the Harris Brothers series, and I really enjoyed it! The storyline and characters were wonderful, and I loved Amy Daws’s writing style and sense of humor.

   Tanner and Belle were amazing, and I loved them and their story. I really liked their personalities and red-hot chemistry together, and how their relationship progressed throughout. I loved reading the book from both Tanner and Belle’s point of view, and most of their banter and interactions with each other. This was definitely an enemies-to-lovers romance, so there was a lot of back and forth between Tanner and Belle. Their relationship was very hot and cold, and the constant up and down moments between them was annoying and frustrating at times. I really loved Tanner and Belle, but they both had their pros and cons. I honestly liked Tanner more than Belle. He was easygoing and laid-back, while she was kind of all over the place with her emotions. I understood why she sometimes acted that way, but it still got on my nerves quite often. Despite some of the unpleasant times between Tanner and Belle, there were plenty of amazing ones as well. Their love story definitely wasn’t an easy journey, but all of it was worth it in the end. I loved getting to see members of the Harris family again, and a few other secondary characters from Challenge (Harris Brothers Book 1). There was one particular character that I loathed, but I won’t tell you who it was; you’ll have to find out for yourself. Even though Endurance was only a 4.5-star read for me, it was still enjoyable from beginning to end, and I was very pleased with the conclusion to Tanner and Belle’s story.

   Endurance was a sexy and entertaining standalone sports romance, and even though it hasn’t been my favorite book from Amy Daws so far, it had a ton of amazing qualities, and I would certainly recommend it! Amy Daws did a great job with this book, and I was very happy with the outcome to Tanner and Belle’s story. I have immensely enjoyed the Harris Brothers series thus far, and I can’t wait to read Booker and Poppy’s story in Keeper next!

4.5 STARS

About the Author

Amy Daws

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Amy Daws is an Amazon Top 25 bestselling author of the Harris Brothers Series and is most known for her punny, footy-playing, British playboys. The Harris Brothers and her London Lovers Series fuel her passion for all things London. When Amy’s not writing, she’s watching Gilmore Girls or singing karaoke in the living room with her daughter while Daddy awkward-smiles from a distance. For more of Amy’s work, visit: http://www.amydawsauthor.com

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