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Stories for His Glory

Falling for the Centerfield March 26, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 3:50 pm
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About:

Everybody thinks Cole is a ladies’ man, but his heart belongs only to one.

Major League Baseball Player, Cole Hunter, has strong ties to his college days and the university he shared with five of his best friends, now known as the #BellTownSixPack. When an old acquaintance, Harlow Ember, walks in, wearing his jersey and his signature sunglasses, he knows this woman might have what it takes to capture his heart. But none of Cole’s typical efforts to gain a girl’s attention seem to work on Harlow.

Harlow Ember is asked to report on a charity event for children back in Belltown sponsored by Cole Hunter and the Six Pack. Even though Cole attracts her in all the right ways, she has goals of her own that don’t involve losing her heart to one more guy who will end up leaving her cold. While her trust is at an all-time low, her interest and attraction are a raging pull in the other direction.

Will her hurts from the past and the secrets he hides work in their favor or end things before they can even begin?

Welcome to Belltown! Six baseball players meet in the college town of Belltown, Massachusetts, becoming best friends, their lives intertwining as they each get called up to the Major Leagues.

My thoughts:

This was a fun read. I reviewed the first book a couple of weeks ago so it was fun to read about another of the guys in the Six Pack. They sound so charming. But there is more then meets the eye with each of them so it’s nice to get that deeper look at what is really going on in their lives.

Harper is a spunky character trying to find her way in the world. As much as she tries to not find her way with Cole she just might find out that’s the way to go.

Grab your copy at your Amazon, or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own. 

 

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