Book Review: Red Card

RED CARD (BLACK JACK GENTLEMAN, #2) by Liz Crowe: Free will makes us human.

Choice makes us individuals.

Love makes us unique.

Metin Sevim has it all. At the pinnacle of international soccer playing success, he has managed to craft a perfect world for himself along the way.

When fate strips him of free will and the ability to choose his own path, he retreats from everyone and everything, destroying his hard-won career in the process.

Dragged back from the brink by his desperate family, Metin reluctantly agrees to coach the Black Jack Gentlemen Detroit soccer team but remains debilitated by memories and loss. When a surprising friendship emerges, it renews his passion for life, providing much needed solace… and extreme complications.

A saga of family dynamics and gender politics that cuts across cultures and circumstance, Red Card illustrates the human capacity for forgiveness through the life of one man as he attempts to rebuild his shattered existence.

A.L.'s thoughts: If this didn't have such an amazing ending, I would hate Liz Crowe for the MASSIVE, heart-breaking twist halfway through this book. It's hard to even review this book without giving too much away! If you read Man On, the first book in the Black Jack series, you had a glimpse of Metin, and learned he had endured career-ending grief. This book gives you his story. Be prepared to fall in love, sob uncontrollably, and curse the hell out of Liz Crowe, and then fall in love with this book again by the end. It is a wonderful follow-on in the Black Jack series, but can also be read as a stand-alone.

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