Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Blog Tour, Book Review, Giveaway | Screwball by Linda Morris (@LDMorrisWriter)


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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…

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Paul Dudley was made president of the Plainview Thrashers, and yet everyone knew he couldn’t take full control because his father was still holding the purse-strings. He wanted to make some changes, but his father wouldn’t allow him to do so. It was a battle of will, and Paul just wanted to have full authority and for him to work on his own. He knew his capabilities and he knew he could do it. Here comes sports reporter Willow Bourne, a one-night stand some ages ago whom he couldn’t forget. But with all the problems he got on his shoulder, he just couldn’t let her into his life, digging into his secrets.

Willow didn’t expect to see Paul again. Her life was beginning to get in order, and she can finally envision a brighter future. But she needs to keep her distance from Paul. He was dangerous to her heart. She has some secrets, and she wasn’t willing to share them with him, yet.

MY THOUGHTS No one can deny the connection that never really wavered since the first time they got together. But because of work, they both have to shove it away. Nevertheless, this had made them step back from the attraction a bit and instead of being rushed in by lust – they get to know more of each other.

I may not agreed with Willow’s decision on keeping her secret (having a whole lot of opportunities right there to tell him), but I somehow understood her worries: she has a job to do and it would only make things a little more difficult with her working on a piece without being bias. When the secret was out, I didn’t expect Paul to go into the role so flawlessly, considering the situation he grew up in.

It was a long, tedious journey for our two lovers, but once they made up, I thought it was the ending was wrapped up pretty fast, but nevertheless it was okay. I always love happy endings.

It’s an easy, and sweet sports romance read despite the complications rooting from their first meeting.

RECOMMENDED FOR: Readers who love an easy sports romance read.

Rating:
Characters - 4
Plot - 3.5
Steam - 3.5
Cover - 4.5
Romance - 4
Pacing - 3

Overall: 3.75
Buy Links:
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CHECK OUT THE REST OF THE SERIES:
High Heat (#1: Sarah & Tom)
❉Purchase Link ➙ http://amzn.to/1MlYanv




Linda 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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