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- Print Length: 296 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: SJ Books (June 11, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 11, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ZGYBGCQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98,218 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There were a lot of things I didn'tlike about this book, and not much I liked.
The two main characters were ok some of the time, but I never felt connected to them. I didn't believe their attraction at all and their actions were ridiculous at some points, like one of them storming out of every conversation.
Sean's little sister helped them a lot with driving between Milwaukee and Chicago so the MC's could spend time together and she packed all Mason things from his apartment, but they weren't very nice to her. Mostly they thought she was in the way. When she confides in Mason about something troubling her, he doesn't really listen or care. It's not only his sister, but their bad attitude towards women in general, that bothered me.
The story was weird, because things happened out of the blue and it seemed like attempts at conflict and drama. But I wish less things had happened and then it had been written better. Things happened off the page, that confused me, and it made everything seem fragmented and random. The dialogue felt stilted and awkward.
At least I got it for free.
Sean and Mason had easy banter and chemistry in and out of the bedroom.
Some storylines were predictable, while others I didn't see coming.
While i enjoyed the book it was getting a bit long winded.
Other issues: time passage was handled poorly; very little character development – we don’t know who or how these guys were before they were MLB players, they hardly interact with anyone not connected to MLB, and they seem to have no life outside of the MLB; the author made them a little TOO manly – there were a few occasions where an MC was either thinking or commenting that being romantic or showing emotion/affection was too effeminate or girlie (heck, maybe that’s why Mason’s wife cheated); the writing seemed too disjointed from one chapter to another, plus the story was kind of boring; the characters were SO lifeless and dull that I had no feelings towards them and cared more about getting this book over with than what happened to them; Mason & Sean spent too much time misunderstanding and/or getting upset with each other and it got real old, real fast. And I was tired of Sean always waiting for the other shoe to drop, therefore not really allowing himself to think of being with Mason long-term, retiring from baseball, and possibly raising a family until 90% into the book. The book ends at 95%.
Questions: When did Mason’s divorce actually become final? As of Chap. 21 he was still legally married, and the book has 25 chapters and an epilogue. At what point was it decided that Abi would give her baby to her brother? It was already done and decided by the epilogue but there was never any discussion. Were Sean’s parents ever going to be told or would Sean just lie & say he decided to adopt? How did the reporter find out Mason & Sean’s secret? It was never revealed.
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