Book Review

Sunny Shelly’s Review: The Boyfriend Checklist by Sierra Hill






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My life is a mirror image of my vision board.

Graduated college. Check.

Landed the job of my dreams with the Boulder Bullets. Double check.

Score VIP tickets to see my favorite band, The Whiskey Barrels, perform at the USA Music Festival in Bear Creek. Triple check.

Not only have those dreams become reality, but I nearly checked off the last remaining goal: find Mr. Right when I met Jonah at the music festival.

Jonah and I spent a whirlwind day together under the Colorado Rocky Mountains sky, and he almost turned into my one-night stand.

The only problem with Mr. Right?

He also happens to be a new rookie on the team. Which means he’s all wrong and off-limits because I can’t date one of the players. Even if he checks all my boxes on the boyfriend checklist.



Getting drafted out of college to play professional basketball with the Boulder Bullets was a dream come true.

How lucky am I?

Even luckier when Tiler, the cute girl I spent the day with at the music festival but then lost in a crowd, ends up being the new social media assistant for the team. Score!

Although, she doesn’t see it that way. Tiler assures me we were a one-time thing and what started between us is no longer on the menu.

But this Iowa farm boy turned pro player has never backed down from a challenge. I’ll find a way to change her mind and prove that I’m the man she’s been waiting for.


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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 3 Stars

The Boyfriend Checklist is the first book I’ve read by Sierra Hill. I was intrigued by the description, as well as the fact that this All American Boy series has each book written by a different author. This book is a short (20ish chapters) and steamy story about up-and-coming basketball player Jonah and Tiler, the girl of his dreams whom he meets at a music festival. They share an incredible connection right off the bat, but get parted by the crowd before they can take things to the next level. So imagine the surprise both of them get the following Monday when it’s his first day of practicing with the team and her first day as the team’s new social media manager.

Since shadowing Jonah is now a work assignment, Tiler tries to put some distance between them. Which only makes Jonah want her more. He is relentless in his pursuit of her, and eventually breaks through her walls. Is Tiler willing to risk everything she’s worked for professionally? Will she pass up The One for her career ambitions? I really liked the obstacles this couple faced, which were mostly on Tiler’s side. She was really torn over what to do, and her boss, Frannie, was a great sounding board, having been in that position herself of falling for one of the team’s players.

I enjoyed the progression of Tiler and Jonah’s romance, but I felt like the side story of his rivalry with another teammate took too much away from the romance at the end of the book. The story kind of ended abruptly with the focus being on Jonah’s rivalry, leaving me to feel like the epilogue was a throw-in attempt to tie things back to the romance. But overall, The Boyfriend Checklist is an entertaining, quick contemporary romance.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

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