Personal Foul by Hayley Faiman 📖Review📖

Title: Personal Foul
Author: Hayley Faiman
Genre: Contemporary Romance 
Release Date: December 4, 2017
per·son·al foul

noun:

a rule violation involving illegal contact.

Violated. That’s how Trent makes me feel. But I can’t leave him. I owe him too much.

Illegal contact. That’s what it is the first time Cole touches me. Except, it doesn’t feel wrong.

I shouldn’t break the rules–and yet, I’m afraid that if I don’t, the personal foul will be called against me.

My future. My heart. My life is at stake. I can’t betray myself. I won’t. 

**Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault

1-Click Addict Support Group – “I love it when I am pleasantly surprised by a book. Hayley Faiman is a new to me author so I had no idea what to expect but I really enjoyed this one.”

Crystal, Goodreads – “Hayley scored a touchdown with this book.”

Daphne, Goodreads – “A winner from the first page.”

 

review

So this is my first Hayley Faiman book and I have to say I loved it. Personal Foul brought out a hard issue when it comes to teenage and college-age relationships with men and woman being forced into things they have no idea how to get out of. In this case, it is Jessa and her relationship with Trent, someone she has been with since the age of 14 and felt that she owed him her love and body. Trent being this man that thought he is owed everything including Jessa’s body and soul for nothing made sure that Jessa felt that she was nothing without him. A lot of women are going through that on a daily base and this book hits on those notes. So when Jessa meets Cole and finds that life has more to offer than Trent, and finds out that not all men are dicks she starts to change and become stronger. It is a great read to watch.

Cole, what can you say about this great guy. Man, he is an awesome character. Cole brings the best out of Jessa and doesn’t have any problem with her age or what it will take to make the relationship work with what is going to be something hard. He doesn’t take crap from anyone including his family or bosses when he knows something is wrong. And he will protect the woman he loves with everything. Such a great guy.

This will diffidently not be my last Hayley book! I voluntarily read an advance reader copy for my honest review

I was born and raised in California. My husband and I met when I was just 16. We were married a few years later, moving to Oregon while he was in the US Coast Guard. 

Texas is now where we call home, where our boots rest, and where we’re raising our two little boys and a chocolate lab named Optimus Prime.

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