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    Great second chance romance

    I enjoy second chance romances. I also enjoy a character that has issues (be it an addiction or otherwise). So when I read the blurb for Home Field Advantage, I wanted to read it. I am glad that I did because this book was a great read. When I first started reading Home Field Advantage, I didn’t get a good vibe from it. Natalie was too focused on Quinn for me to get any sense of who she was. Quinn came across as a bitter jerk who was aloof when it came to his teammates. But, as I continued to read the book, a miracle happened. The characters that I thought I had pegged changed. I loved it!! The author did a fantastic job of showing how hard it was for Quinn to stay sober. Instead of glossing it over and making his recovery easy, the author threw obstacles in his way. I also liked that his recovery was linked with therapy. He could discuss what was happening that week with his therapist and feel better about it. I wasn’t a fan of Natalie at the beginning of the book. But as I continued to read the book, I started to understand her. I understood why she ghosted Quinn after being together a year. She was terrified of being with someone like her father. It doesn’t excuse the article, though. I thought that was low. I also didn’t understand why she didn’t tell her boss to take a flying leap earlier in the book. It would have saved a whole lot of heartache and misunderstanding. I liked Quinn. He captured my heart right from the get-go. His pain and anger at Natalie weren’t an over exaggeration. He had every right to be upset with her. He was slow to trust her, which again, I didn’t blame him for. I also didn’t blame him for flipping out when he saw her email. If I had the background that those two did, I would have done the same thing. The romance angle of the book was right on. Quinn and Natalie’s feelings for each other never went away. That became clear when they started hanging out together. Their feelings went to a whole different level, the more connected they became. Quinn and Natalie also had insane sexual tension. It radiated off them whenever they were near each other. That tension grew and grew until it exploded into one of the hottest sex scenes I have read to date. What impressed me was that the author was able to keep that sexual tension present throughout the rest of the book. The end of Home Field Advantage was typical for this genre. Everyone got their HEA. I am wondering who the next book will be about? Matt and Cee? Oh man, I hope so because my heart was broken for both of them in this book!!!
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    Fun second chance at love story!

    Natalie Griffith is working her dream job at Sports and Leisure News Today (SLNT) as a sports beat writer under her idol, Ellen Blake. She has been assigned to follow the Milwaukee Dragons' football team for the season. What Natalie didn't expect was that Quinn Lowry, her ex, would now be on that team. She may be still feeling a little guilty for the article she wrote on him a few years ago. Quinn cannot believe he is seeing Natalie in person again after all these years. She broke his heart when she left him, and then again when she wrote her article. Now he just wants to concentrate on making the team and doing a good job. The more Natalie and Quinn see each other it becomes obvious that they both still are attracted to each other so they agree to one night together to get it out of their systems. So much for well thought out plans! LOL These two realize that one night is just not enough and quickly things start to escalate. Pretty soon they both find themselves falling hard but are both afraid to voice their feelings. As these two both take a long look at their lives they realize that they both need to make some changes if they ever want to find their happy ending. I enjoyed this story. Both of these characters had demons from their past stopping them from having their one true love happy ending. They both needed to really dig deep down and come to terms with a few things in order for that to happen but when they finally did it was all worth it! I loved how they liked to work on old cars....that was fun and interesting to read. Overall a fun addition to this series.
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    Second chances

    I'm a sucker for second chances and sports romances, so I was a little disappointed with this one. The story starts out okay, but the first half was a lot slower than I cared for. Quinn and Natalie's back and forth, 'I want you, but I don't want to want you' grew tiresome. Once we're finally given the whole backstory, and that took a while, I understood why they felt that way, but it, like a lot of other things in the story, was repetitive. Once they finally get together, the pace did pick up, but we went from the push and pull between these characters to marathon sex sessions. I'm talking page after page, and considering this pair isn't all that adventurous, there was only so much ground to cover. I ended up skimming a lot of that in the second half of the book to get back to where this relationship was going. As far as the romance, Home Field Advantage runs the usual formula, and the bit of angst to test the relationship was glaringly easy to see coming. Looking back over it, I think I enjoyed the football talk more than the relationship with this book. I didn't hate the story, but I didn't love it either, and it's not one I'll think of in terms of books I would read again.
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    Fun second chance romance

    I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley for my honest review. Quinn Lowry and Natalie Griffith were college sweethearts. Before graduation, and Quinn’s draft in the NFL, Natalie left in the middle of the night and broke up with him via email. Five years later, Natalie is the Sports reporter who wrote an expose about Quinn’s off the field problems that halted his career. Quinn is now two years sober and trying to resurrect his career with the Milwaukee Dragons. Of course Natalie is a reporter that is covering them, and is shadowing his roommate. This is a classic enemies to lovers/second chance sports romance. I really liked Quinn and his realistic struggles with his sobriety. Natalie did drive me a bit crazy, her occupation is all about communication, but she had problems with communicating in her personal life. Overall, this was an enjoyable read and I would definitely recommend this series.
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    Quinn FTW

    After each book in this series, I become more of a fan of the Dragons and can't wait for the next story to come out. This book checks all my boxes: friends to lovers, second chance, sports romance. These are three of my favorite tropes so I love that this is all three rolled into one. I loved how Natalie and Quinn gave glimpses into their previous relationship from their perspectives. I enjoyed the slow build up to these two getting together, all while trying to overcome their history. I can be a bit of a snob with addiction storylines because that's where I live my every day life. For the most part, I thought Quinn's alcoholism was treated respectfully and Natalie accessing her own support was an amazing addition. I did wonder why Quinn didn't go to anything other than therapy since this probably wouldn't be something that would be suggested by his treatment team but I still loved how honestly this topic was dealt with. I need Matt's story in my life so I really hope his book will be on the horizon. This Dragons fan wants all the players to get their HEA!!
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