I’ve read my fair share of R.S. Grey books and a couple of things I could always count on are her sassy characters and incredibly sweet story lines. So to say I was blindsided by her latest release, Summer Games: Out of Bounds is an understatement. Holy cannoli, was this book majorly HOT, HOT HOT!!! There were many times after reading certain scenes that I found my mouth hanging wide open. I couldn’t believe the heat that burned through the pages. This is by far, R.S. Grey’s raciest book to date.
There wasn’t a time in this book that my blood pressure was at normal levels. Take for instance, the protagonists. Their personalities and temperaments alone had me pulling my hair out of their roots. Brie defined the quote “though she may be little, she is fierce.” Her looks defied her personality. She wasn’t afraid to speak her mind, to break the rules in order to get her way. Sure, you’d see bit and pieces of her hotheadedness here and there but it isn’t until Erik that Brie just completely loses all sense of control. Forced to train under a new coach for the summer Olympics in Rio, Brie never expected that he would look the way Erik Winters did. The connection between them was instantaneous and together, they were combustible.
Comparable to Tom and Jerry (is that showing my age?), Brie and Erik got off on pushing each other’s buttons. The more they fought, the more their attraction grew. It was seriously frustrating, yet at the same time really dang hot. There were a couple of “hottie tottie” scenes in this book that left me reeling. Let’s just say that I’ve never wanted to take a Yoga class as badly as I did after reading this book. It was so off the beaten path, I thought “this has to be a wet dream sequence,” but nope… It really happened!
Though I could fully appreciate the new direction the author took with this book, I couldn’t quite get on board when it came to both Erik and Brie. I will say, that the author hit the nail right on the head with Brie’s character. Her young age showed brightly through the all-out tantrums she would throw and man, Erik was mean during so many times in this book. I wish that he would have pulled back a bit a little earlier into the book rather than at the very end of it. It just wasn’t enough time for him to fully redeem himself in my opinion.
With the actual summer Olympics in Rio coming up in a few days, this series will definitely make you a little more excited and a lot more curious about what really goes on in the Olympic Village. If the “hottie tottie” scenes that are on this book come close to real life, then my regret for my lack of athletic talents is legitimately genuine.
Looking for a hot read with a whole lot of the forbidden??? Then this one is for you!