Review: Double Play (Hit and Run Book 3) by E.M. Lindsey

Rating: 5🌈 The finale story of the Hit and Run trilogy, Double Play brings back Herve Truffaut, the ex boyfriend of Pietro and ex best friend/employer of Thierry as a main character. Herve’s been a truly villainous person and his actions have caused enormous emotional pain as well as huge harm physically to both those… Continue reading Review: Double Play (Hit and Run Book 3) by E.M. Lindsey

Review: Line Drive (Hit and Run Book 2) by E.M. Lindsey

Rating: 4.5🌈 Line Drive is Lindsey’s actual third story in the series about a fictional MLB team, the Denver Vikings and it’s LGBTGIA players. Line Drive is the romantic story for the Denver Vikings star pitcher, James “Scooter” Harney. A man with an extremely troubled upbringing he’s risen above, James is both a driven ball… Continue reading Review: Line Drive (Hit and Run Book 2) by E.M. Lindsey

Review: Until His Last Goodbye (Scythe #1) by Kiki Clark and E.M. Lindsey

Rating: 4🌈 The Grim Reaper ,that personification of Death, has always been a popular character for so many authors. Doesn’t matter the media, format, culture, or even era, the popularity and mythology even mysticism, makes the Reaper a being of power and fantasy. For many, even romance. How many have posited what could happen if… Continue reading Review: Until His Last Goodbye (Scythe #1) by Kiki Clark and E.M. Lindsey

Review: Nothing Ordinary (A Hit and Run story) by E.M. Lindsey

Rating: 3.5🌈 I’m not sure exactly where the author intends Nothing Ordinary to fall in their series, except as a prequel perhaps. It was originally written as a series, then re-edited, new material added, and now re-released just as the first book in the series was arriving. So it acts as a informative lead-in for… Continue reading Review: Nothing Ordinary (A Hit and Run story) by E.M. Lindsey

Review: Switch – Hitter (Hit and Run #1) by E.M. Lindsey

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Switch-Hitter is the first book in a new sports series by E.M. Lindsey. It exists , per the author’s forward, within a universe where in MLB out athletes are accepted as are those with various disabilities . Wouldn’t that be a lovely place? And indeed it is, for the characters in Switch-Hitter… Continue reading Review: Switch – Hitter (Hit and Run #1) by E.M. Lindsey