CHANGE OF HART (Hart #1)

CHANGE OF HART                           M.E. CARTER

My name is Jason Hart.

As the best defensive lineman in the country, I eat, sleep and breathe football. And I like it that way. I’ve only got a few more years before I’ll have to retire, so expending energy on anything other than football seems like a waste of time.

That is, until I have a random meeting with a little boy who just lost his father. We have more in common than you might think and it creates an unlikely bond. As our friendship grows, so do my feelings for his mother.

I know Addison, as a recent widow, isn’t ready to date again. But I want to get to know her better, in spite of all her rejections.

Is it possible that I, a self-proclaimed bachelor, could be having a Change of Hart?
 
MY REVIEW:

       Jason is a linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys.  He is a hometown boy and a childhood friend he had reconnected with asked him to speak at her school for an assembly he couldn’t say no.  He and Lindsey went from toddler to college together.
     On the day of the assembly a little seven-year-old boy, Jaxon, flies up on stage crying and saying, “Thanks for coming for my Birthday, I knew you would come.  He was a little shaken. But something in his shaky voice touched Jason.  In fact, it shook him to the core.
     When he couldn’t get Jax out of his head he asked the principal for a sit down with the boy.  He finds out the boy’s dad died six months ago.  That he’s a huge football star and his grandpa can’t come over as much to watch football like he and his dad used to do.
     After a few dad’s and he called still get Jax’s out of his head.  He talked with Lindsey and asked her to give his mom his number to set up a time to take a tour of the stadium.  When Jax and his mom arrive, he is totally blown away by her.  She might be on the curvy side but she beyond gorgeous.  He loves women with meat on their bones.  She had been made to feel however that she wasn’t enough, to curvy, and to old.
        But for Jason she was pretty perfect he just had to convince her of that. So, when that happens one side of the split was time, he spent with Jax and the other time he spent with her.
     I enjoyed this book and its story of hurt, pain, conflicts.  The characters are fun and witty.  My only problem is that the wedding scene seemed rushed.
     I give this: 5 stars.  Free on Amazon.  Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com.

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