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Scoring Wilder by R.S. Grey Review

Title: Scoring Wilder

Author: R.S. Grey

First published June 15, 2014

402 pages, ebook

ISBN: 9780990490401

Rating: 4.01


Kinsley Bryant has always been focused on her soccer career, but when professional player Liam Wilder becomes her coach, her priorities start to shift. Liam is America’s favorite bad-boy, and Kinsley can’t help but be drawn to his chiseled abs and confident swagger.

The only problem? Her coaches have made it clear that Liam is strictly off-limits.

But Kinsley isn’t one to back down from a challenge, and she’s determined to score with Coach Wilder, even if it means risking everything she’s worked for. As they navigate their forbidden attraction, Kinsley and Liam discover a new definition for the term “team bonding.” Scoring Wilder is a fun and steamy New Adult Romance that will leave you cheering for Kinsley and Liam’s happily ever after.

(Recommended for ages 17+)

About the Author

Meet R.S. Grey, the talented author behind more than 25 romantic comedies that have captured the hearts of readers and landed her on the USA Today bestseller list. When she’s not busy crafting stories, she enjoys indulging in her love of books, chocolate, and reality TV, and embracing the chill of cold weather.

R.S. Grey resides in Texas with her husband, two daughters, and beloved dog. For more information about her work, check out rsgrey.com.

You can also follow her on Instagram at @AuthorRSGrey and check out her Pinterest and Facebook pages.

Editoral Review

Scoring Wilder by R.S. Grey is a fun, lighthearted romance that will delight readers with its humorous dialogue and endearing characters. Grey is a bestselling author of romantic comedies and her latest novel is a perfect example of her clever writing style and relatable storytelling.

The book follows the story of Kinsley Bryant, a college soccer player who dreams of making it to the Olympics. When the team coach hires a new assistant, Liam Wilder, Kinsley is immediately smitten.

Liam is handsome, charming, and a former professional soccer player himself. Despite their mutual attraction, Kinsley and Liam have to keep their relationship professional if they want to succeed on the field.

Throughout the novel, Grey weaves in themes of ambition, friendship, and love. Kinsley is a strong and determined protagonist who faces many obstacles as she pursues her dreams.

Liam, on the other hand, is a charming and supportive love interest who brings out the best in Kinsley. Together, they make a dynamic duo that readers will root for until the very end.

Although Scoring Wilder may not be groundbreaking in its genre, Grey’s writing is of a high quality, with witty dialogue that keeps the reader engaged throughout the story. The pacing of the novel is also consistent, with just the right amount of tension and drama to keep the plot moving forward.

Grey’s character development is also noteworthy, with each character having their own unique quirks and motivations that make them feel authentic and relatable. However, the novel is not without its flaws.

Some readers may find the plot to be predictable and formulaic, with a conventional romance structure that follows a well-trodden path. Additionally, some of the secondary characters feel underdeveloped, with their subplots not adding much to the overall story.

Despite these minor flaws, Scoring Wilder remains a highly enjoyable read that will appeal to fans of the romance genre. Its humorous and engaging plot will keep readers entertained, while its themes of ambition and love will resonate with anyone who has ever pursued their dreams.

Overall, Scoring Wilder is a delightful read that offers an escape from the stresses of everyday life. Fans of R.S. Grey and fans of the romance genre will not be disappointed by this charming and heartfelt story.