Fastball by Terri E. Laine and A.M. Hargrove

Told from dual points of view I think this moved at a fair pace but there were points where all I wanted was for it to just cool its heels.

We first met Gina in Sidelined and I actually found her a little complicated to connect with. She riled me more than I wanted her too. Nothing drastic, just little bits here and there that had me scratching my head and wondering WTF. Honestly woman cut the guy some slack!

Although taking a good hard look at the whole story and I think that the main problem I had with Gina was more to do with the fact I actually liked Ryder from the get go and so I found the way she blew hot and cold with him a little off putting.

She was so sure that there could be nothing between them but that didn’t stop her almost stringing him along so to speak. She toyed with him and I found that was a side of her that I didn’t like.

Ryder liked her, that much was obvious but with her rebuttal ringing in his ears he was on a mission to prove her wrong.  Now I adored his determination, there was no way he was going to let her stubbornness get in his way, but lord knows, I was beginning to think that she was more trouble than she was worth.

There was a chemistry there between the two of them but my heart belonged to Ryder.

A good read that is worth the effort it takes to see under the shell that Gina has around her, she takes work but they are both worth it in the end

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