“Win Me Over” is one of the most entertaining books I’ve read this year and Nicole Michaels is fast becoming one of my favorite to-go writers in recent history. An ex-pro player and football coach with a painful past and a positively, sassy dance coach cum bakery owner make for a combustible love story, and there’s no shortage of insecurities and hurt that these two have to endure to get their HEA, makes one heck of a story.


Football Coach Bennett Clark is more than a football coach – he is a mentor for his players and takes personal interest in their lives to keep them in line and out of trouble. He’s seen his dreams break into pieces and he wants to ensure his students are prepared for life’s surprises, both good and bad.

Callie Daniels is a self-made businesswoman, running a bakery and being a coach to the dance team at the local high school. Independent, kind and ever helpful she makes Bennett’s heart dance to her tunes and loses her heart in the process.

Nicole Michaels did a brilliant job of scripting emotions of love and pain, loss and gain, support and friendship of a couple wanting to dance to a HEA. With a good narration and a charming ensemble of characters, “Win Me Over” is a winner for me.

Received an ARC from St. Martin’s Press via Net Galley for an honest review.