Review for Full Count by Lynn Stevens
Title: Full Count
Series: Westland University Series
Author: Lynn Stevens
Genre: NA Sports Romance
Release Date: June 19, 2017
Anyone who says they’re having the worst day hasn’t met me. My girlfriend cheated, I blew out my knee, and probably trashed my chance of going pro. All in one day. Then my jerk professor tells I’m almost on academic probation.
Awesome. Now I get to find a tutor.
Enter Mallory Fine, quiet, a little intense, and my kind of gorgeous. Who also happens to hate baseball and any guy who plays it.
I tell myself this will be nothing more than a tutoring relationship. I’m a liar. I want this girl. How hard can her secrets be to unravel? It might be a challenge, but so is getting back on the ball field and I’m determined to make that happen—no matter the cost.
Lynn Stevens' "Full Count" is a good read. Aaron Betts is having a bad week. First he's hurt playing soccer, then his girlfriend of over 4 years breaks up with him, then one of his professors tells him that he's almost on academic probation. His professor suggests a tutor to help him. He takes the advice and sets up a meeting with one of the top tutors in the history department. Mallory Fine doesn't want to accept the new student to tutor, he's a baseball player and she wants nothing to do with them. But he somehow talks her into it anyways. What she doesn't expect is for him to be nice, and someone she could be friends with. Aaron is having a hard time with his recovery and so his teammate gives him some advice. What he doesn't care about at the time is it's bad advice. What does his teammate suggest? What happens when a horrible decision is made? What are the consequences? Find out in this book.
4 out of 5 stars
Lynn Stevens flunked out of college writing her first novel. Yes, she still has it and no, you can't read it. Surprisingly, she graduated with honors at her third school. A former farm girl turned city slicker, Lynn lives in the Midwest where she drinks coffee she can't pronounce and sips tea when she's out of coffee. When she's out of both, just stay away.