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Saturday, September 26, 2015

#Reveiw #Giveaway Screwball by @LDMorrisWriter @InkSlingerPR

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Screwball Synopsis:
Passion dominates the diamond in the second novel in this fun and flirty baseball romance series by the author of High Heat.

Paul Dudley, president of the Plainview Thrashers, is spinning out of control. Preserving his family’s baseball legacy in these tough times takes everything he’s got, and constant clashes with his father have left him struggling for authority over the team and even his own future. So when sports reporter Willow Bourne, a one-night-stand from a year ago, walks back into his life, he knows he can’t give into his feelings for her—no matter how strong they are.

Willow never expected to see Paul again, and she’s got her reasons for keeping her distance. Except the more time she spends around Paul, the harder it is to hide her secrets—or stop herself from falling head over heels.

As the sparks between them fly, Paul discovers what Willow has been concealing from him, leaving him with a difficult choice—keep the team his top priority or make his own legacy by following his heart…

Buy Links:
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Review - 3 Stars
The hero and heroine meet in fiery ball of passion. After meeting things quickly escalated to night of passion that neither can forget. Memories of their night together linger long after they go their separate ways. They both try to reconnect for different reasons.


I had a hard time connecting with the characters after the beginning. Willow never expects to see Paul again. However when they are placed in each other’s paths again she does her best to keep her distance. I didn't agree with how long she kept her secret. After a certain amount of time I just couldn't agree with her reasoning.

When her secret comes to light will it ruin everything that her and Paul have built?
When Paul reconnects with Willow he is ready to start things where they ended on their passionate night under the pier. Only nothing is the same. The passionate woman that he remembers has been replaced 
with someone who is guarded and does everything in her power to keep him away.

Will he be able to break through her walls and bring back the Willow that he hasn't been able to get out of his head?

There were things that I did really like about the book. Paul's reaction to Willow's and Alex's friendship was funny. I also loved that Willow had a great friend in Kendra who always provided sound 
advice. I loved that Paul adapted to fatherhood so easily. It's like he was made for the role. I was even more impressed because Paul didn't have a good father to learn from.

It took way to long for Paul and Willow to get their relationship on a good path. Then once they did it happened so abruptly and so near the end of the story that I didn't have a chance to bask in their happiness.

Over all the story kept me interested.

3 Screwball stars!
*Review for Books Need TLC by Jessica W

Linda Morris Bio:
Displaying LindaMorris_photo.jpgLinda Morris is a writer of contemporary romance, including High Heat, the first book in the Hard Hitters series; Melting the Millionaire’s Heart; The Mason Dixon Line; and Nice Work If You Can Get It. She writes stories with heart and heat, along with a joke or two thrown in. Her years of Cubs fandom prove she has a soft spot for a lost cause.

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Twitter: @LDMorrisWriter
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7 comments:

  1. A very intriguing excerpt! Can't wait to read it.

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  2. Sounds good! I haven't read a sports romance in a while, it may be my next read :)

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  3. The book sounds interesting, thanks.

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  4. This book sounds really good!
    Thank you for introducing me to this author!!

    sn: her twitter handle is @LMorrisWriter (not @LDMorrisWriter)

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