Grand Slam

Grand Slam Seven days under the Louisiana stars with major league catcher Justin Harris left Brittney James broken hearted and pregnant Ten years later her son has baseball in his blood and idolizes the last ma

  • Title: Grand Slam
  • Author: Misty Matthews
  • ISBN: 9781631050763
  • Page: 345
  • Format: ebook
  • Seven days under the Louisiana stars with major league catcher Justin Harris left Brittney James broken hearted and pregnant Ten years later, her son has baseball in his blood and idolizes the last man Britt ever wants to see again When she reluctantly agrees to take her son to a game, the worst possible thing happens he catches his hero s grand slam ball Justin aSeven days under the Louisiana stars with major league catcher Justin Harris left Brittney James broken hearted and pregnant Ten years later, her son has baseball in his blood and idolizes the last man Britt ever wants to see again When she reluctantly agrees to take her son to a game, the worst possible thing happens he catches his hero s grand slam ball Justin asks for a meet and greet, but Brittney is terrified How can she face him knowing the secret she s kept from him all these years Justin Harris s first grand slam is one for the record books, but his biggest shock comes from seeing the woman he loved and lost ten years ago up on the stadium screen The fact that her son caught the ball gives him an opportunity to renew an old friendship How will he react when he learns Brittney s secret

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      Published :2019-08-04T13:26:06+00:00

    About "Misty Matthews"

    1. Misty Matthews

      Misty Matthews consists of two authors.Misty Cail lives in Newfoundland with her guy and two wonderful sons She was born and raised in Toronto Ontario Misty is an avid reader and loves writing romance Check out her page to see some of the wonderful books she has read.An avid reader, Susanne Matthews dreamed of becoming a writer When she retired after than thirty years as an educator, she determined to start crossing items off her bucket list Writing a book was there as was having that book published She succeeded on both counts She and her husband live in Cornwall, Ontario They have three adult children and five grandchildren When she isn t writing, Susanne enjoys camping in the summer and watching her favorite crime dramas on television.Coming Home is the first collaboration from these two authors and not the last.

    161 thoughts on “Grand Slam”

    1. Great blurb, good premise but to short. I love baseball and that translates into baseball romances too. So when I saw this I was instantly hooked. But I was dismayed to see that it was only 50 pages. I was really skeptical about the depth of the story. And while there were emotions there, it was all so rushed. I wish this were longer with more flash backs, or even their whole week together. But it was a good short read. Perfect for a lunch break sort of thing.


    2. I won an ARC of the book from a giveaway and I loved it. Justin and Britney are such a great characters. I fell in love with both of them. I didn't agree with some of the decisions Britney made but I loved how in the end everything got resolved :) I definitely recommend the book :) It is a fast and entertaining read. As this was the first book I read from this author, I would definitely check the rest of her books :)


    3. Grand Slam by Misty MatthewsReview by Georgianna SimpsonGrand Slam is a wonderful quick read about delayed true love and HEA! This is a novella/short story about a girl who I like to think made the right decision for the wrong reasons. I know that’s a bit cryptic, but read the story and you’ll fully understand.“Misty Matthews” has done a terrific job of writing a wonderful, although too short – since I didn’t want it to go so fast – love story with wonderful characters. This marvel [...]


    4. The synopsis was interesting with the lucky fact. But this bolk was pretty short, the beginning wasn't as rush as the ending. So I feel this one would have been better with development and length. The ending was so fast and wasn't like the beginning in which the characters seemed to take their time. I knew it would be a quick read and I enjoyed it since I felt the no rush writing but in the end I was quite disappointed.






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