When you go from a pencil – I mean a sharpie (sausage) 😔to a cucumber (package) 😯😱🤯.. …. 🤣… .
Wait I don’t think I need to be saying sausage or package 🤔…. .
my current read “The Trade by @authormeghanquinn”
I’m really liking this book 📖 👀… plus I’m a fan of sports romance 🤷🏽♀️🤪…
Pretty good read, can’t lie. Maybe the trade was good for him, yeah?? I mean, the book title clearly says it “The Trade.”
****Spoilers? Hmm, 🤔 there’s a possibility of a few being splash 💦 here and there in this review📖*****
Okay, so I had this book on my TBR list to read I’m glad I got to read it. Also, it’s another book I think it was “The Line Up” since I saw it floating around last year!
But anyway, I liked this book. The sad thing was all that crap Cory was going through I felt so bad for him. Especially when he got sick and on top of all the crap the media and the Rebel fans put him through!
I didn’t blame him on the break up with him and Natalie. Since he wanted a BREAK, whereas she told him they might as well BREAK UP for Good! She did that because she was upset, which I understood because he asked her for a break!
Though, he told her to stay in the hotel room. I mean, she didn’t listen. & all that crap that happened made him snap and said things that he didn’t mean. It took them seven months to get back together. Which I think was well needed, because it’s a lot of things that Cory needed to work out with himself.
I think Natalie didn’t understand, even when he came to her and ask for forgiveness at her brother Jason’s fundraiser. She pretended like she didn’t understand or didn’t hear him. But she did since she responded to him. & ended up getting him upset and walking away again. Only for her dumb self realize what JUST happened once he walked away when the guy Nicholas walked up to them.
I kind of thought Natalie didn’t understand what Cory went through; he was losing hair and everything. It took him to faint in the locker room to text her brother with worry about what was going on with Cory. For her to come around, which I was glad for. Since I could tell, she cared about him though she was in denial.
Though; that’s what I thought he was doing holding his feelings in when he saw her at the dugout. But I was glad in the end that they worked things out, and he finally got those horrible fans to approve by stating.
“They can take the bat I just used to hit this team to victory and shove it right up their asses.”
It took him to say that and putting up his middle fingers to get approval all smh 🤦🏽♀️ though some still can be mean to him.
Also, I cracked up when he learned the reason behind the name boss. They told him a different story; up until they told him about getting Natalie back. The whole time it was about how BIG he was packing.
Besides that, I can’t wait to read Jason and Dottie’s story because lord, he had me cracking up because he’s ridiculous. & the crazy thing is that was the first book I put on my TBR list for this series that I wanted to READ but forgot!!!!
Can you pinpoint a time in your life where you realized you are completely and utterly screwed?
I can. I got the dreaded phone call, the one every baseball player hopes and prays never comes.
I was traded. Yeah, that phone call.
Traded from my long time team of over ten years. And not just to any team, but my childhood rivals; the Chicago Rebels.
Completely and utterly screwed, right? Wrong. The trade was the least of my concerns.
I met a girl. Natalie. Man, she’s perfect.
I swore I would never get involved with anyone during the season. Too complicated. But can you believe I have zero restraint when it comes to this girl? I couldn’t get her out of my head and the more I talked to her, the more I realized I needed her in my life.
So what’s the problem? Why am I screwed? Because, Natalie, the girl I can’t stop crushing on, yeah… she’s married.
At least, that’s what I was told…
Kindle Edition, 437 pages
Published March 12th, 2020