Swinging at Love-Book Review

Title: Swinging at Love

Author: Kendra C. Highley

Publisher: Entangled Publishing

Pages: 240

Publication Date: March 6, 2017

Stars: 4/5 🌟

Synopsis: Tristan an outfielder, can’t seem to hit the ball other then a tiny ting. He needs the practice before he ends up benched. So, he goes Swing Away, the batting cages where no one ever is. He can practice without anyone from school seeing him. Then he sees Alyssa and he knows this can’t be good. He doesn’t want her to tell people so, her goes and talks to her.

Alyssa is a ballerina who works at her dad’s batting cage. She used to play softball from 4-13 but she loved dancing more. Their family business is about to be shut down but then when Tristan starts to practice there and brings his team, the cages start to get more business.

Thoughts: This was such a cute book! I loved the descriptions and the use of secrecy to really get the feel for the cages and field. The way the two interact is so realistic. The sweetness and hotness that radiates off of Tristan is unbelievable. It made me love Tristan even more than I already did. I also really love when authors use dual perspective. When you get the views from both characters it makes the book more enjoyable. I would highly recommend this! I would also suggest reading The Bad Boy Bargain the first book in the series, it can be read as a standalone!

Disclaimer* I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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