It feels like it's been an age since I read a Ginger Scott novel and I remember how much I appreciate her writing. I just don't ever pick them up on a whim because they aren't a light and fluffy read between life. They have all the emotions and a heap of events that make it feel like I'm a voyeur in someone else's life. So I only read them when I am in the mood and have the time.


Sutter was such a different character, and despite the fact I don't have one single thing in common I feel like I know her. The whole time I was reading this I felt like I could look over and shake my head at her. Because for someone who had it all together the girl was a hot mess. But she didn't let that hold her back once she made up her mind to go for something.


Jensen honestly surprised me the most. He started out with such a stick in his uhm, yeah. But his growth and success was beautiful to watch because he was so honest about his perceived failures. And the pair of them together made me feel everything. Honestly, they went from cold to hot to cold to laughing with a few tears mixed in and I loved it.


I was totally engrossed in the book. Which is surprising for me because it was a slower burn than I anticipated. But it was a decent length with so many layers to each of the characters. I couldn't stop trying to figure out how they were going to react or if I was right in some of my assumptions. And it was about baseball, seriously I don't even believe that's a real sport for how much I know of it.




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