Chloe wants to heal her broken heart. Austin is reconnecting with a childhood friend. The author sets her characters up with a situation that is either going to go very wrong or end up being very right. Once that set up is done, I was hooked.
Usually I’m all about getting involved in the book’s theme or setting. With this book, even though it’s a sports romance it takes a backseat to the romance. But the author has set part of the story off the coast of my home state. With that in mind, this would make for a great beach read. Or, since some of this takes place in Boston going to see what the city has to offer is never a bad thing. Our weather can be hot and humid this time of year so going back to the sports theme, you could find a hockey/skating rink, get out of the heat, and sit in the stands to read the book.
Our author makes it easy to become a part of Chloe and Austin’s circle. She also wrote the story in a way that if you haven’t read the previous three books that’s ok because you won’t feel lost. But I found myself wanting to see what characters came before and who their love interest was.
If I was going to be sad about anything it would be how quickly I finished the book. When you’re really enjoying what an author has created, you really don’t look forward to the ending even though it was perfect for our main characters. And I look forward to reading it again.