Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Review: Home Run (The Boys of Summer #2) by Heidi McLaughlin

****4 Stars****

I couldn't wait to read Home Run as I had previously read the first book in The Boys Of Summer series.
Cooper Bailey is the new rookie baseball player for the Boston Renagades, he lives and breathes baseball this is all he's ever ever wanted to do, he set his dreams and goals high to prove to others especially his father that he can be successful and nothing will get in his way that is until he meets Ainsley Burke at the zoo during a volunteering day where she works.
Ainsley Burke has been warned by her mother never to date athletes, her mother has past experience, but when the two meet the attraction is extremely noticeable between the two, can Ainsley push the warnings from her mother to the back of her mind?
Cooper is persistent in his pursuit to woo Ainsley but after several knock backs Ainsley finds herself backing down but when her mother's health takes a turn for the worst Ainsley starts to push Cooper away but could a twist of fate turn things around for the couple?
I really enjoyed reading Home Run, the writing as usual is brilliant, characters are easily likeable especially Cooper!!!

( I loved the secondary characters) reading Home Run was emotional, heartbreaking and sweet and I really can't wait for the next installment.

Reviewed by Gemma Curran

The second novel in New York Times bestselling author Heidi McLaughlin's Boys of Summer baseball series.

Cooper Bailey finally has a shot at being a major league ballplayer, but it will take all his focus and energy during spring training to make it happen. Complicating things is his instantaneous connection with Ainsley Burke. He can't get enough of her, and before he knows it, they're spending every night together. But as happy as he is off the field, his focus on it is suffering, and he isn't willing to risk his lifelong dream over a girl.

But without Ainsley, Cooper's miserable, and his game is still off. No matter what he tries, he can't get her out of his head, and he's starting to realize that maybe he doesn't want to. Baseball is just a game, but Ainsley might be the real thing. Now he just has to convince her of that.

Amazon UK - http://amzn.to/2iWlagV 

Amazon USA - http://amzn.to/2jMkcDM

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