Sawyer Tom is a tall Texan with an easy smile. It masks his rough start in life.
Now destiny has flipped the story for the baseball phenom, and life’s riches are within his grasp.
But it’s the chance meeting with a beautiful stubborn girl that has him reaching.
Bristol Swift is the only daughter in a Memphis baseball dynasty. What stands out most though, is her apathy to the game and its’ players.
As far as she’s concerned, her medical practice deserves all the attention.
Funny how a look, a touch, one dance, can change two worlds.
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Sawyer shows that you can be a member of a sports team and still be honorable. He is creative when he decides he wants to meet someone. Bristol is a woman who doesn’t seem to mingle with those men that play ball – her brothers being the exception. She’s not easily impressed.
After getting through the first two books in The Swift series, I knew that I was going to have to listen to this one as well. I’m glad that the author had two new narrators with this book. Since the main male characters are her brothers, it made sense to have the same narrator voice those books. It gives us a new perspective of the main characters – just like in real life, we all have different voices.
Mr. Shedlock and Ms. Bloom are voice actors that I’m familiar with and enjoy listening to the books they’re associated with. Mr. Shedlock has me create a picture of what Sawyer may look like and how he is likely to act as I get to know him. Ms. Bloom shows me what makes Bristol so special and how different she is from her brothers. Put these two together and the chemistry of our main characters are off the charts. They also do a great job in creating different voices depending on the character that is speaking.
Our author shows that Bristol’s story needs more time than her brothers. All good things take time. After all, our main characters meet as strangers. But the fun begins after the introductions are made. This story wraps up the series and the author doesn’t rush anything in order to get us to the epilogue. I’ve enjoyed getting to know this family and was a little disappointed as it came to an end but since I have all three audiobooks, just like any good friend, I can visit the Swift family any time I want.