Tomboy Casey Beeler is used to being a loner. But one viral video gives her more than she bargains for, including a chance to start the softball team she’s always wanted. In love and sports, timing is everything. If Casey doesn’t do what it takes to get her softball team off the ground now, she may not get another chance. The only problem . . . it could cost her the one thing she loves more than sports—Lucas Hargrove.
This was exciting the whole way through. I whipped through it. Despite being short, it possessed all the qualities of a well-written full length novel. Basically you get all the feels in a nicely timed bursts. Highly recommend this.
Read it in all of 2 sessions because it was so easy to get into. The first book felt complete and was satisfying, but the hints at wants to come for book 2 show that book 1 only touched the surface. The concept of assassin debt collectors is eerily plausibly. But I wonder what the bank gets off of killing people other than scaring people with very low debt to pay up and people to not getting credit cards in the future.
The ending was good. Not so keen on a cop dating a student though, 18 or not.
This was just as enjoyable as the others in the series. I loved Max, and it was nice to see a kinder side of the misunderstood bad boy, Alex. I would have liked even more chapters. My favorite parts were the closet and hallway scenes.