Monday, April 14, 2014

Line Drive by Erin Lindsey Maurer - Review & Giveaway!



Line Drive

A Philadelphia Liberty Romance

By: Erin Lindsey Maurer

 

 

Blurb

Mattie Duvall is just starting to rediscover his dreams. Signing with the minor league Philadelphia Liberty gives him a second shot at playing professional baseball. What he didn’t expect was to fall for the cider-haired pixie haunting his dreams. Ashlynn Davis isn’t looking for love. She’s busy chasing down her own big dream: finding a way to use her cooking skills to give back to Philadelphia’s less fortunate. The two cannot deny their mutual attraction, or that they’re heading rapidly towards that four letter word they thought they’d never say: LOVE. When secrets from Mattie’s past bubble to the surface, Ashlynn begins to question her position in his life. Can the two put the past behind them in time to race toward a future together? Or is love destined to play second fiddle to big dreams and even bigger secrets?

 
 

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Review:

Line Drive was a fun read. It had bits & pieces that were unexpected (Mattie's past) but those pieces added to the story and made the book a bit different from other romantic sports stories I have read lately. I loved Mattie's sister and hope something comes of her story in the future!

Overall, Line Drive was a great, sweet love story. Not a lot of jumping in bed, just a lot of working together to make the relationship work.




 

Author Info

Erin Lindsey Maurer grew up surrounded by stories. She made up stories about well everything and often got caught reading under her covers with a flashlight. Today, she is still cooking up tales, with a spicier spin. Line Drive is the first title in her Philadelphia Liberty series, celebrating the boys of baseball and the women they love. 

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2 comments:

  1. Aww thanks! I am glad you enjoyed it...and yes, Rainbow does have a book in the works.

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