- File Size: 1816 KB
- Print Length: 210 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 17, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07Y2HY9PB
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,906 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Oh!! And the Swift's Family!!, beatiful and unique, I love, love when you write a book how you included an amaizing family, the support system you always write , was everthing. I can't express properly how I love this book, uff and the Epilogue, was perfect, so perfect. Thank you Leslie Pike , thank you , like always you did an AMAIZING job with thisnseries but specially with The Cannon, thank you!!.
I recomend this book so much!!
The Cannon is part of the Swift Series and focuses on Bristol (the sister of the family at the center of the series) and Sawyer, a baseball phenomenon playing for the team her family owns.
I enjoyed Sawyer and Bristol’s story. They are both interesting characters with back stories that have potential for creating issues/baggage. Seeing them interact and deal with those things was sweet.
As with all things from Ms Pike, the Cannon was well written and engaging. So why then is this only a 3.5 star read?
My first (and probably biggest) issue comes from the the fact that is the third book in the series. I somehow (and need to fix this) have missed the first two book in the series. Certain secondary characters are written as if we know the backstory and while it doesn’t detract from Bristol and Sawyer’s story, it was still there poking at me while I read.
The second piece for me was this didn’t seem to have the seamless flow to it that I expect from Ms Pike’s writing. The only thing I can put my finger on for why I feel this way was the introduction of a secondary character who seemed prominent to the story, but then seemed to fade away with no additional mentions. I don't want to be a spoiler, so I won't share more - you will have to read the book to find out!
Overall, this is an entertaining and fun/sweet read. I am curious about the other books in the series and can't want to see what Ms Pike has for us next!
Sawyer Tom is the hot, new pitcher for the Memphis Mavericks. When he meets Bristol Swift at a team dinner/dance, he's instantly smitten and determined to win her over. But having grown up in a family of baseball royalty, Bristol has no interest in the sport or its players. Despite her obvious reluctance, Sawyer is not deterred and it doesn't take long before Bristol succumbs to his charms and their mutual attraction.
I loved Sawyer and Bristol's story! As characters, they were well-developed and likeable. From Sawyer growing up in foster care and searching for his sister, to the boisterous Swift family welcoming him into the fold as one of their own, a major theme throughout the story is the importance of family. It beautifully illustrated that family is more than DNA, it's made up those who love you regardless of blood relationship. Endearing, humorous, and very steamy - this is the first book I've read by the author and certainly won't be the last.
*** I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC. ***
Leslie Pike is incredibly talented and I truly love her work. Her words move me every single time. I didn't want to put my kindle down yet I wanted to savor every word and take my time finishing. The best kind of experience that I felt mind, body and soul! I live for that feeling -- and am hopelessly addicted. I cannot recommend this author and this series enough!
I have read and absolutely loved every book in the Swift family saga. This author takes sports romance to an entirely new level with her incredible attention to detail, absolutely flawless writing and amazing characters. From the very start I was enamored. The Swift clan is everything an imaginary yet relatable family should be. Inclusive, protective, caring, incredibly supportive, funny - I just adore every single family member. I want to be a Swift. There I said it!
Bristol is such an intriguing heroine. She is independent, tough, very focused and yet sadly closed off. She has these carefully constructed walls. Doesn't give ball players the time of day. She even has this precise schedule and certain terms for seeing people. My inner control freak completely connected with this! However none of it stands a chance against all that is Sawyer Tom*sighs*. He too is independent because he has had to be, focused, determined and not afraid to go after what he wants. He is sexy and romantic. Insert all the swoons - seriously delectable! Together their chemistry is combustible (fans self) every aspect perfectly timed and executed.
What these two amazing characters find goes far beyond lust and love. Like with every couple in this series, their story is so much more. Enjoy the ride!