Points on a Curve

Points on a Curve Rob van Horn is a hotshot sports journalist with an instinct for a headline Taylor O Brien is a basketball player with a checkered past and regrets She s not his type He s her best friend s younger br

  • Title: Points on a Curve
  • Author: Diane Nelson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rob van Horn is a hotshot sports journalist with an instinct for a headline Taylor O Brien is a basketball player with a checkered past and regrets She s not his type He s her best friend s younger brother When they clash over a bloody beef tenderloin, there s at stake than splitting the appetizer When they go one on one on the basketball court Rob makes it clearRob van Horn is a hotshot sports journalist with an instinct for a headline Taylor O Brien is a basketball player with a checkered past and regrets She s not his type He s her best friend s younger brother When they clash over a bloody beef tenderloin, there s at stake than splitting the appetizer When they go one on one on the basketball court Rob makes it clear to everyone that his tastes have changed at least in women There s one little problem, an ex husband who s not what he seems, and a story that turns Rob into a bloodhound, with all clues circling back to Taylor The he digs, the Rob finds that sometimes fate takes dinner and romance to a whole nother level

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    About “Diane Nelson”

    1. Diane Nelson

      I have been writing for over 30 years across a variety of genres dark urban fantasy, paranormal romance, science fiction, young adult, humor and cross genre erotica.

    384 thoughts on “Points on a Curve”

    1. A Smarty-Pants Romance That You'll Love!Sports journalist Rob van Horn is content. He's not overly happy, and is actually just a wee bit lonely if he's being honest, but he's not complaining. His life is forever changed when his sister sets him up with her friend Taylor O'Brien. 38 year old Taylor's life has been a one way path through hell since her lying, thieving ex husband left her with nothing, including her job as a professional women's basketball player. When Rob meets this Valkyrie, he's [...]


    2. Although this book was a bit of a slow starter, I did find it quite ejoyable to read. However, I must admit i'm not much of a sport fan so the terminology was lost on me so I did find the book hard to read and understand in places.The characters had great chemistry when they interacted but unfortunately this was few and far between in the first half of the book, they barely spoke to each other (out loud anyway) so I found the inner monologue and the few "almost" moments a little frustrating. The [...]


    3. Entertaining and Intelligent My preconceived notion about most romance novels was that they are entertaining but they tend to be fluff, the junk food of literature. Points on a Curve has proven to me that I need to put aside preconceived notions or I might miss out on something special.Nya Rawlyns has quite a way with words, her vivid descriptions brought me right into the story. A couple of times the culinary scenes caused my mouth to water and I found myself with the need to grab a quick snack [...]


    4. Basketball lovers this is a book for you!! While this book was heavy on the basketball terminology, you don’t have to be a sports junkie to read it. I am definitely NOT a sports fanatic and I found it fascinating to see the fast-paced world of pro basketball. I especially enjoyed seeing it from a journalist’s point of view! Most of us that read have a least a little fascination with the written word in any format, so to see what an investigative journalist goes through is really something. T [...]


    5. Great story!This story employs a very close first person of view, which brings us right into the heart and thoughts of each character. It's both good and bad--good because we are immersed fully in each character, and that makes us emotionally invested in the character and by extension, the story. Bad because sometimes the narration gets too rambling for me and sometimes I can't follow certain jumps in thought. The prose used was a bit different from typical romances, and while it was refreshing, [...]


    6. One question: where has Diane Nelson been all my life? "Points on a Curve" is one of the most spellbinding novels I've read in quite a while. The main characters are very sympathetic, and brilliantly portrayed - their vulnerability, and terrified attraction for one another, exposed by wonderful narration that kept pulling me in, deeper and deeper, every now and then easing the pressure with a little chuckle over a well placed "Yowza!" to a sudden, full belly laugh when they're one-on-one on the [...]


    7. Rob van Horn is a hotshot sports journalist with an instinct for a headline. Taylor O’Brien is a basketball player with a checkered past and regrets. She’s not his type. He’s her best friend’s younger brother. When they clash over a bloody beef tenderloin, there’s more at stake than splitting the appetizer. When they go one-on-one on the basketball court Rob makes it clear to everyone that his tastes have changed—at least in women. There’s one little problem, an ex-husband who’s [...]


    8. A Slam Dunk!Witty, irreverent, and a lot of fun! I highly recommend "Points on a Curve" as the perfect summer, lounging by the pool (or anywhere else!) reading materialReview copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review.


    9. A wonderful book that keeps you reading to get to the end. The characters are wonderful and witty. I found myself cheering for both main characters and rooting for a happy conclusion. Highly recommended.


    10. they're playing basketball! Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest reviewadingalley/review_b


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