This a good book. It definitely got me laughing! Lol!
Well, the name of the book fits for this story…
***Not many spoilers but there may be some***
This book was pretty interesting, though; towards the end, I realize I read this book out of order. Even though it can be read probably In any order. At least I got the order correct in the next three books to this series lol.
Other than that… it’s crazy how she (Trina) didn’t make the team. Then Matt hurt his ankle (sprang/broke), and couldn’t play. I think it was meant for them to be together since he had a thing for him. & vise versa…. as I was reading this book though; I was like why is this girl complaining about herself being fat when 9 out of 10 she’s probably not fat….it was annoying…
But learning that she had an eating disorder. I am like ahh I see now because that can be a series probably no matter your size you can have one. I don’t think she was skinny, though, and she has an eating disorder. I remember learning that two sisters had an eating disorder. I said to myself it’s good that she has Matt and her friends there for her to push for and let him (Matt) know it’s not him; it’s her.
Not only that, she did a good job with her friend Ariane with shipping equipment overseas to Africa because they didn’t have enough… getting the community and schools among other places together to help was an excellent idea. I think a lot of kids need to learn to do that while in school. I know for a fact the schools where I live wouldn’t.
But I liked Trina’s idea and was glad Matt was on board with her. Besides that, I was dying when those false allegations about them doing the Mcnasty and the kiss and her being pregnant. I was like those kids can spread rumors like wildfire, and Matt and Trina didn’t help themselves any. 🤣🤣 He even had the doctor on his case when he went to the ER.
Kindle Edition, 83 pages
Too many basketballs and not enough kissing.
All Matt Bailey wants is to focus on his position as starting point guard for the varsity
basketball team. When an epic kiss and a social media scandal forces him into the
arms of the beautiful and spunky Trina Wynter, he finds himself in a fake relationship
with a girl just crazy enough to think she can take on the world.
When Trina gets cut from the girls’ basketball team, she thinks her senior year is
wasted, until a closetful of basketballs and two hundred sprigs of mistletoe bring every
athlete in Grand Haven High School together for a good cause, and a great excuse for
Basketballs and Mistletoe is a stand-alone novella in the All’s Fair in Love and Sports
Running to You
Meet Me at Half Court
Pass Me the Ball
Strike Three, You’re Mine (Coming Spring of 2020!)