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: Playing By The Rules (Miami Piranhas Book 3) by Beth Bolden

Rating: 4.5🌈 Playing By the Rules brings to focus a relationship that’s been referred to in the previous books, that of the obviously close connection between the highly stressed young Miami Quarterback and their new Quarterback Coach . This is their story, from beginning to a realistic HFN at the end. With a slight wobble… Continue reading Review: Playing By The Rules (Miami Piranhas Book 3) by Beth Bolden

Review: Playing The Player (Miami Piranhas#2) by Beth Bolden

Rating 3.5🌈 This was almost a book I put down within the first quarter. I’ve just read so many of the same type of romances recently with the same themes. Roommate/Fake boyfriend, discovers he’s actually queer because he’s has a crush/lust/affection for the fake boyfriend/roommate. Who feels the same back immediately. Within the story there’s… Continue reading Review: Playing The Player (Miami Piranhas#2) by Beth Bolden

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: Rookie Move (Playing For Keeps #1) by Riley Hart & Neve Wilder

Rating: 4.5 🌈 I’m such a sucker for stories like this one. Sports romance, younger hot, super talented brother that ends up on the same team as brother’s friend. Who he’s had a crush on. Doesn’t matter the sports. This time it’s the NFL and a Denver team with a hot Quarterback, Warner Ramsey, who’s… Continue reading Review: Rookie Move (Playing For Keeps #1) by Riley Hart & Neve Wilder

Review: Mountains That Move (Kings of Airlie #2) by Casey Cox

Rating: 4.5 🌈 Mountains That Move (Kings of Airlie #2) by Casey Cox is another excellent book in this series about a incredibly damaged family of kitesurfing champions known as the Kings of Airlie. The title is true as is the little known adrenaline rush of a sport. What’s missing from the description is the… Continue reading Review: Mountains That Move (Kings of Airlie #2) by Casey Cox

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