[ARC REVIEW] “Over My Brother’s Dead Body, Chase Andrews” (Kingsmen Football Stars #3) By: Piper Rayne

What is Over My Brother’s Dead Body, Chase Andrews by Piper Rayne about?

Chase Andrews.

The Kingsmen’s top tight end.
My brother’s friend and teammate.
My new neighbor.
The grumpy to my sunshine.

But underneath that grumpy exterior, there’s so much more.

Chase likes to pretend nothing affects him, but I’ve seen glimpses of his other side in the time we’ve spent together.

And the more we get to know each other, the more I’m falling for him.

Under normal circumstances, this would be great. Except my hyper-protective big brother thinks no man is good enough for me, and my ex-fiancé is trying to win me back.

One charming, seemingly good man already broke my heart. Am I stupid to give a self-confessed relationship-adverse football player a chance to break it a second time?

Rating: 4.5/5 Stars


Chase and Twyla’s book is finally here! I’ve been so excited to read their love story after getting glimpses of them in the previous books, and I was not disappointed! This grumpy x sunshine romance was so sweet, and it was such a great way to end this trilogy and set up the next one!

The book is told in first person with dual POV, switching off between Twyla and Chase. I absolutely love brother’s best friend romances, (not sure that Chase really is best friend’s with her brother, Miles, but he’s one of his closest friends…as close of friends as Chase has, at least) and the forbidden, secret aspect is always fun to read. Plus, this one is close proximity too, since they live across the hall from each other.

The two of them had great chemistry, and I loved getting to see how Twyla slowly convinced him to bring his walls down, even without realizing it. Chase is genuinely such a great guy (not that the other series stars weren’t, but you know what I mean!) and he was so sweet and respectful to Twyla, plus him and I also share a strong dislike for her ex-fiance, Mathew. The way he goes from lowkey freaking out about Kiwi, the cat that Twyla is pet sitting, to agreeing to house a kitten she finds outside their building for awhile was so sweet. Obviously his character develops and changes in other ways, too, but I loved that part of the book!

As with all new adult/adult romances, I recommend this one for 18+ due to some of the sexual content, but don’t let me tell you what to do.

Overall, as I said before, this was a great love story to end the series on. I was kind of confused since we’ve seen Bryce and Miles’ love story be teased since the first book of this series, and knowing that this was the last Kingsmen football book, I was stressed that we weren’t going to get to see the enemies-to-lovers storyline play out — but Piper and Rayne were way ahead of me, because their book kicks off the next trilogy, which releases in September! (It feels so long to wait, even though I know it’s not…) I don’t want to give any spoilers, but make sure you read this book to see the set up for the new series!

Special thanks to Piper, Rayne, and their team at Valentine PR for an early copy to review — the book is out now!


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