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Breaking news: The bad boy of baseball, Maddox Paige, is totally and utterly whipped.  

Okay, that might not be the headline in the newspaper this morning, but it's the reality of my current situation. It all started a month ago when I received a call from my best friend, Kinsley. She’d gotten a new job in Chicago and needed a place to stay. I've known the girl since I was five, so I figured there wouldn't be any harm in having her stay at my place for a while. 

Ha! Total disaster. 

Now instead of going out every night with my teammates, I'm couch surfing and sketching endless portraits of my best friend...but that's the least of my concerns. The disaster, you ask? I'm rapidly falling head-over-cleats in love with my best friend, my roommate, and my number one fan. 

And she has no idea....

©2020 Meghan Quinn (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • 06-01-21

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There’s some really enjoyable aspects in this story. But I’m completely weirded out by the depiction of a bunch of fist fights in baseball. Baseball. It’s not hockey people. Also, the female leads fear that he’s going be abusive is unreasonable. They act like he’s the only one who is so affected by his past, but I think SHE is more negatively impacted by his childhood. Just because the dude is angry and looks like his dad doesn’t mean he’s going to act like His dad. We all get angry sometimes. We all yell sometimes. Plus, the catalyst for “boy loses girl” is unrealistic. No person, even a little bit sane, wouldn’t turn around and say “did you invite him here” and no girl, upon not being asked wouldn’t say “hey, I didn’t invite him here.” Seriously, why do authors quote grown ass adults like teenagers with zero basic communication skills!?

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  • Nightmaredoll
  • 28-12-20

Almost perfect!

Okay, holy crap! First, congrats Meghan Quinn, first book I have enjoyed THAT kind of sex scene. 😲👏🏼😏 Now, onward... I appreciated the emotional vulnerability of Maddox but Kinsley cried way too much and was super pushy which made her kinda dis-likable. I started with this story so I am going back to the first two. They weren’t listed as a series but more like stand-alones and I would have enjoyed reading them in order, the only thing about that is I didn’t do my research and REALLY wanted to listen to Connor Crais read to me 🔥🔥🔥, so the fault is on me. Still, this was some good story telling! Highly recommended!

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  • 22-11-20

Loved++ Maddox and Kinsley!

Loved the Narration and the Characters in this book so much!
This was a five star +++ book for me, I loved that it was 13+ hours and I was left wanting more.
I really enjoy Meghan Quinn books and this was my favourite thus far.
If you enjoy a sport's romance with a friends to lovers story like me then you'll swoon over this book!!