Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Blog tour + Giveaway + Review: "Interference" by Mignon Mykel


Author: Mignon Mykel
Book 1 in series Prescott family
Main characters: Noah Caleb Prescott and Sydney Meadows


Synopsis

Hockey’s most eligible bachelor must run interference to get the one girl he can’t have.

Sydney:
I’d never even heard of Caleb Prescott, God’s gift to hockey. Who watches hockey anyways? Not me, I’m too busy with college and work. My part-time just for fun job has now asked me to recruit this player for a new dating show. Sounds easy enough. . .until he insists I become part of the show.

Caleb:
I only agreed to compete on the dating show to get closer to Sydney—the redhead pixie I’d do anything to see again. But unlike the women competing for my affection, or the puck bunnies desperate for my attention, Sydney isn’t impressed by my hockey skills. I never miss a shot, I don’t care if she calls interference, I’ll do anything to win her heart.

I got the ARC of this amazing book in exchange for an honest review and I have to say… I really loved it ;) yeah, I had some small… like really tiny issues along the way with it, but ultimately it was soooo much fun to read ;) although I fell like the synopsis may be a bit misleading… but I will get to that detail later ;) you may or may not know this about me, but I absolutely love hockey players ;) they are my favourite kind of athletes to read about… what’s funny is the fact that I have never, in my entire life, watched a hockey game… ;) I don’t really know all the rules either, but somehow I absolutely adore reading about the players in books ;) don’t ask me why, this love cannot be explained logically… ;) so now that we have this little confession out of the way, let me tell you more about the actual details of the book ;)

I need to start with the main couple ;) because honestly people… I loved them both ;) equally, I have to add, which does not happen often… ;) usually I have a softer spot for the hero or the heroine, but in this case… they were both really fantastic ;) but of course I need to start with the recipient of my illogical love of hockey players… Caleb ;) *sighs dreamily* what can I tell you about him… ;) besides that he was dreamy, obviously… ;) he was just the type of hero I love to read about ;) confident, but not arogant, funny in a bit sarcastic way with a surprisingly swoony side… *sighs yet again over the awesomeness of Caleb* ;) and of course I can’t forget about Sydney ;) she was a great character as well ;) determined and focused on reaching her goals, but not so much, that she forgets to actually live her life… ;) but what I loved the most about her is the fact that she had a little bit of a hidden side ;) she was fun and everything, but with Caleb, once she got to know him better, she felt free and secure enough to show him this absolutely sassy and sexy side that I did not expect to see ;) I love those kind of surprises… those totally unexpected glimpses into the characters… ;)

Now about them together… ;) when I said that the synopsis is a bit misleading, I truly mean just that… only a bit ;) it’s not like the book is entirely about something else ;) so maybe let me clarify ;) she does recruit him to start in a dating show, but he doesn’t press for her to be a part of it… since the show is suppose to be filmed during a cruise, he insists for her to be a part of his initial week, the one he spends alone, without the contestants… and my oh my, what a week it is… ;) some of you may say, that it’s impossible to form something meaningful in only a handful of days, but to all of you I say… Caleb thought exactly the same thing ;) and I know this is a book and work of fiction and all that, but really think about it… they were spending basically the whole days together… so it was definitely a bit faster way than usual to get to know each other… ;) either way, I absolutely loved their interactions ;) the conversations, all the fun adventures, sarcastic banter and the chemistry… oh the chemistry between them was definitely there… ;) but to even things out, there were also moments when they were just too cute together ;) theirs is definitely an entertaining relationship to read about ;)

Of ourse there were also secondary characters in this story ;) our main couple is definitely the focus of the book, as they should be, but there are a few people I would love to mention you ;) both Caleb and Sydney come from really amazing families… which does not happen as often as you think in books… ;) or maybe just in the ones I’ve been reading lately ;) she has three older brothers, and he is one of six siblings ;) so there’s definitely potential for future stories wherever you look ;) I’m not gonna give you any names, mainly because there were too many of them and if I would start to say a bit about all of them, we would be here all day… seriously ;) so instead of doing that, just trust me when I say that there were lots of fun and very interesting characters… ;) 

I had sooo much fun reading this book :) those tiny issues I mentioned before? it's basically one small thing... ;) the way Sydney reacts at something... but that's pretty much it... one thing in the whole book is basically nothing :) another thing I absolutely loved in this book is 2 POVs :) by know you should remember how much I adore when I can get glimpses into both minds of our main characters :) and especially if they are as fun as Caleb and Sydney :) the writing style was so great, that the chapters absolutely flew by... before I knew what was happening, I was finishing the book :) so if you are looking for a story that will make you laugh and sigh in all the right moments... with wonderful main characters... if you want to spend a few hours reading something fun and entertaining, then definitely give this book a try :)











a Rafflecopter giveaway About the author:


Mignon is a twenty-something (…getting awfully close to thirty-something) who resides in Wisconsin. An avid reader since her preschool days, she ‘blames’ her mother for teaching her to read during that all-important time during a forming brain. Some of her earlier memories of reading include her mother buying her a book at the mall — and finishing the book before they even returned home.

Writing happened soon after the reading started. Her first writing piece can be found in a box of other important papers from growing up. It’s about an apple who was her friend, but she had to eat.

The first series Mignon started to write was about a close family of one brother and his three younger sisters. She started writing this family and their friends in 2005, but as soon as the Prescott family took over her mind, the Ashbys fell silent. Maybe someday we’ll all hear from the Ashbys, but those Prescotts…. The Prescotts are excited to have their stories told.

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XOXO

A

2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for your review and participating in the tour!!

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    1. you're welcome :) thank you for writing such an amazing book :)

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