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Scrimmage Gone South by [Pace, Alicia Hunter]
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About the Author

Alicia Pace Hunter is the writing team of Jean Hovey and Stephanie Jones. Stephanie teaches third grade and wishes for a bigger bookstore in her small town. She likes civil war history and people who follow the rules. She is happy to provide a list of said rules to anyone who needs them.

Jean is a former public librarian who lives with her husband in a hundred-year-old house that always wants something from her. She likes to cook but has discovered the joy of Mrs. Paul's fish fillets since becoming a writer.

Being cradle-to-grave avid fans of Alabama Crimson Tide football, Stephanie and Jean are doubly elated to be part of the Crimson Romance family.


Product Details

  • File Size: 864 KB
  • Print Length: 334 pages
  • Publisher: Crimson Romance (May 13, 2013)
  • Publication Date: May 13, 2013
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CJJWSWI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #374,839 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was really looking forwards to reading this book after enjoying Sweet Gone South. However, I felt they authors spent too much time on Nathan's anger issues and Tolly's passivity. The story really clunked along at times and pacing was two steps forward--one step back.
Character development fell flat. It was pretty obvious the direction they were going with Jaime, the high school girl, who had a crush on Nathan and I felt bored.

I am hoping the next book is better!
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This was a good read, cover to cover, even if there were so many characters I could barely keep track of them. I hadn't read the first book (nor did I know there was one prior to reading it), and found a few references to what I assumed were prior references.

I found the story a good one, the characters that I did remember endearing, and I would recommend this book.
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In Scrimmage Gone South by Alicia Hunter Pace, Tolly Lee may be from old money but that does not take away from the shame of what she did as a teenager. Trying to act wild and older than her then 16 years old, she ended up ruining the life of a young man with her lies and deceptions.

Nathan Scott also known as "The Angel" by everyone in Merritt, Alabama from his college football days has never forgiven Tolly for her deceptions, which led to his accident and his lost chance at the NFL. He believes that all she wanted is to be the center of attention and that he was no more than another star to add to her collection of sport stars.

Now many years later she is back in Merritt working with her cousin as a lawyer, while he is the high school football coach. He has done everything possible to keep away from her since her return to Merrit after a decade. But when the grandmother of his quarterback, Kirby, dies and he attends the funeral he finds himself face to face with her again while she is hugging Kirby, he believes that she is up to her old tricks again, but he will not allow her to ruin another young man's future.

As Kirby finds himself in a tough position since his only living relatives don't want him , Tolly knows that she cannot allow Kirby's family to ruin his future and decides to take custody of him herself. Something that she does not realize will bring her closer to Nathan than either one of them wants. Life as a new mom to a teenager will not be easy, especially with Nathan looking over her shoulder the entire time waiting for her to fail in some way so he can point it out to her.

The chemistry that was there a decade before is still there, but neither Nathan nor Tolly will accept it.
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The hero was mean and I kept hoping the heroine would come to her senses and find someone who treated her better.
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I enjoyed Sweet Gone South by the author team so I excitedly started this book in the series set in the same town and sharing characters. This story was filled with unending drama and missed opportunities which I found annoying. By the end of the book, I truly did not care about the main characters or their relationship. I just wanted it to end. These authors can write a good romance, I feel like they lost their way in this book. I like the series so I hope future books are more in the vein of Sweet Gone South.
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I found myself smiling (and sometimes frowning) many times in recognition of how well Pace portrays the way people act and think not only in the South but also in smaller towns where everyone knows everyone. I was frustrated by how much these main characters kept secrets and how much they didn't say when they arguing about something, but I guess that's what was supposed to cause the tension and I'm sure people do clam up a lot when they should be letting it all out. That's my only complaint, though, that I would have found myself in many situations yelling out what I really felt and thought where these people would leave in a huff without saying anything. But if that's my only complaint, you can see it's really no complaint at all. I enjoyed this book!
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This was an interesting book. I have always known the South was manic for their football. The only question is: Who is more manic, the state of Texas or the rest of the South? That has absolutely nothing to do with this review, just a comparison to let you know this is a football book, make no mistake.

Actually the play between the two leads in the story is the least interesting part for me. By halfway through I was hoping someone would get a grip. They didn't.

Ah, but the rest of the story. Now we are talking about why this is a 4 star read for me. I liked the other characters very much, even though I know most of them are featured in other books. I like the fact they are all football mad. I liked the fact they didn't win every game. And I liked the small town feel.
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I didn't hate the story, but my main complaint about this book was the main story line. I don't want to give too much away, but I will say he had two horrible things happen in his life and where female lead characters in other books get all docile and insecure, this lead male character was angry...all the time, about anything and everything. I dislike big time criers in the woman female leads and now have a new personality trait to add to the male leads...men that need anger management classes. I can deal with sexy hot heads that are overprotective of their girl or friends, but this was way over the top in he's angry over and over again.
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