THIRD BASE (The Boys of Summer #1)

THIRD BASE                            HEIDI McLAUGHLIN

EVERY GAME HAS RULES. HE'S ABOUT TO BREAK THEM . . .Since becoming a major league baseball player, I've learned a few hard lessons. Like never give out your home address on social media (sorry, Mom). Never shoot your mouth off without thinking . . . and never, ever let your personal life interfere with your game. But then I saw her - sitting alone behind the enemy dugout, watching me - and I just had to meet this girl.

Now I know that Daisy Robinson has her secrets, but there's something about her that drives me crazy. Maybe it's her innocence, her absolutely amazing knowledge of baseball, or just the fact that she is so unbelievably beautiful. I have to take it slow. Prove to her that the rumors about me are just that - rumors. 

Daisy might be my ultimate lifetime win. . . if I don't get hit by the curveball that's coming my way.

HUBBY'S REVIEW:
This is a story about a third baseman playing for an fictional team. His name is Ethan Davenport, he becomes taken by a fan who is always at the games. Her name is Daisy Robinson, she is going to college studying journalism and sits behind the visitors’ dugout. Ethan wants to meet her and afterwards he wants to start dating her. She wants to takes things slower. You find out as the story goes along why. Ethan on the other hand is wanting to be with her but is also obsessed with a blog that is written about the team and cannot believe people read these things, but throughout the story he is reading it as well. He complains about being in a blog or press and for me he seemed like he was complaining about things that were making popular. He reminded me of some of the athletes that read those things and feel like they have to respond, but here was a case where the blogger was writing good things about him, and he was upset about the rumors that were already out there any way. He should have been trying to spend more time getting to know her instead of getting upset with her when she was on the page. An okay story and I will let you find out if he can get out of his own way to make it work with Daisy. I got this book from netgalley. I gave it 3 stars. Follow us atwww.1rad-readerreviews.com

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