Review ♥ Major Love by Kate Stewart

November 21, 2016 Angela Reviews, Romantic Comedy, Sports Romance

Review ♥ Major Love by Kate StewartMajor Love (Balls in Play, #2) by Kate Stewart
Series: Balls in Play #2
Published by Self-Published on November 14th 2016
Genres: Romantic Comedy, Sports Romance
Pages: 341
Format: ARC

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"I met her at an all-time low . . . the worst night of my life—a time I never wanted to remember."

"It was a night I could never forget."

"When it came to women, I swore I was done with wishful thinking. Ball and my coaching career were all that mattered."

"I reminded him it wasn't."

"She was everything I was afraid of."

"He was everything I'd ever wanted."

"She was fire—an irresistible piece of southern heaven that I couldn't stay away from.

"He was smoke that clouded me in every imaginable way."

"And the sex . . ."

"Dear God, the sex . . ."

"I fell hard, and she gave me hell at every turn."

"I made a promise I was hell bent on keeping."

"And you kept it."

"Hell yes I did."

"F*ckin' A."

This is a SPORTS ROMANCE and can be read as a standalone.
Series order:
Anything but Minor
Major Love
***Strong language and explicit sexual content.

Major Love review

Just when I think Kate Stewart can’t do any better, she manages to prove me wrong. I was a massive fan of her previous book, Anything But Minor, so this one had fairly large shoes to fill. Well, butter my butt and call me a biscuit if I didn’t enjoy Major Love just as much, if not more.

Andy is a former minor league baseball player turned pro ball coach/bar owner/craft beer brewer. April is a spunky 911 operator. Both of them are nursing broken hearts when they meet one night. Although Andy is at his absolute worst, their meeting has a profound impact on April and they quickly form a friendship.

I fell majorly in love with this couple. April is outrageously funny and multi-faceted—she’s feisty yet sensitive; spontaneous but dependable; a sexy southern tomboy that loves rap music. She keeps it real and takes no crap, but her huge heart makes her incredibly giving toward her family and friends. Quick witted, caring, and devastatingly charming, Andy is the perfect catch for a certain firecracker who is holding out for Mr. Right. He’s a real romantic with a very dirty mind.

Major Love teaser

There’s an abundance of consistently clever humor and seriously steamy sexy times. We’re talking get-out-your-fan-and-have-a-spare-pair-of panties-on-hand hot. More importantly, this is a well crafted heartwarming story. I laughed and cheered April and Andy all the way to very last page.

Major Love is easily one of my favorite romantic comedies of the year. If you’re looking for a hilariously entertaining and sizzling sports romance, do yourself a favor and grab this book. Major Love is the second book in the Balls in Play series, and it can be read as a standalone.

Recommended for fans of:
Romantic comedies
Southern accents
Moon Pies

**ARC received in exchange for an honest review.**










About Kate Stewart

Kate Stewart

A native of Dallas, Kate Stewart now resides in beautiful Charleston, S.C. She lives with her husband of 9 years, Nick, and her naughty beagle, Sadie.

Kate moved to Charleston three weeks after her first visit, dropping her career of 8 years, and declaring the city her creative muse. Since the move in 2010, Kate has written and published four novels including Room 212, Never Me, Loving the White Liar and The Fall.

Kate writes messy, sexy, angst filled romance books with ‘hard to get’ happy endings because it’s what she loves as a reader. She has a scary addiction to chocolate milk and a deep love for rap music specifically the genius known as Marshall Mathers.

In addition to her addiction to romance, Kate also lets her alter ego take over on occasion and writes erotic suspense under the pen Angelica Chase. Her other novels include Room 212, Never Me, and Loving the White Liar which are all available now.

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