The Trade by Meghan Quinn


Release Date: March 12, 2020

SYNOPSIS: Can you pinpoint a time in your life where you realized you are completely and utterly screwed?

I can. I got the dreaded phone call, the one every baseball player hopes and prays never comes.

I was traded. Yeah, that phone call.

Traded from my long time team of over ten years. And not just to any team, but my childhood rivals; the Chicago Rebels.

Completely and utterly screwed, right? Wrong. The trade was the least of my concerns.

I met a girl. Natalie. Man, she’s perfect.

I swore I would never get involved with anyone during the season. Too complicated. But can you believe I have zero restraint when it comes to this girl? I couldn’t get her out of my head and the more I talked to her, the more I realized I needed her in my life.

So what’s the problem? Why am I screwed? Because, Natalie, the girl I can’t stop crushing on, yeah . . . she’s married.

At least, that’s what I was told . . .

REVIEW: Okay, so I thoroughly enjoyed the first part of this book! The misunderstanding and how the characters kept getting thrown together, add in a vacation and some force proximity with a loyal man and I was all in. I know that a lack of communication due to fear or nerves usually propels a story along, but this one just kind of rubbed me the wrong way. And when the big fight happened I was mad at both characters and didn’t like how it was all blamed on one. Despite all that, I really wanted to know what happened and it was interesting to read about the affects the whole situation had on Cory. The side characters, who are from previous books, also brought a lot to the story!

Thank you to Candi Kane PR for the eARC in exchange for an honest review!

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