Screw him and his perfect stats.
Lincoln Landry probably even has game-winning stamina.
I’d like to screw her and her perfect ass.
Danielle Ashley probably even has a game-changing personality.
There’s no denying the chemistry between them. It’s so fiery, it’s undeniable. They partake in it. Enjoy it.
They really enjoy it. Attraction is not a problem. Nor is their banter, relationship status, or habits. That’s all fine. Perfect, actually. The problem is as tangled up as their sheets.
4 out of 5 stars
Swing is the second book in the Landry Family series, and is the story of Lincoln Landry, pro-baseball player. Lincoln suffered an injury in the last baseball season to his shoulder, and is currently undergoing therapy on his injury. While heading up to therapy one day, in the elevator, he sees the most beautiful woman he’s ever seen, and he follows her off the elevator.
The woman he follows is Danielle Ashley, who is some sort of social worker in a children’s cancer unit. Danielle has issues with athletes – she doesn’t like or trust them. Lincoln is undeterred though.
Danielle has some major league issues (sorry for the baseball analogy). I didn’t really like Danielle’s backstory and issues. Nor did I find them believable. Given her backstory, though, I can understand why she acted the way she did.
Lincoln, on the other hand, was freaking amazing. I LOVED HIM. He was incredibly sweet and funny. Determined and patient. Funny and loving. I like the Landry family; we got to see a different side of them in this book, and book 3 is about Graham, and I’m excited to read that!
In summary, this book was a good read and I would recommend it.
Happy reading and have a good weekend.