Summer Lovin’

Summer is finally here, and we’re beyond ready for it. Beaches, bikinis and… Well, none of that, really. Who has time? But we’re definitely making time for some fun summer reads!

Waiting for Ty by Samantha Ann King

We got together to make a list of the books we’re most looking forward to devouring this summer, and now we’re sharing them with you.

Topping both our lists was Waiting for Ty by Samantha Ann King.

Anah: I’m a huge sucker for bi/curious guys and friends-to-lovers so I’m going to read the heck out of this.Tactical Strike by Kaylea Cross
Dianne: So am I! I love those same elements, with all the uncertainty and tension that comes with them. Woohoo!

Anah: And I’m really interested in delving into Tactical Strike by Kaylea Cross. I love stories that give me multiple plotlines to follow, and this looks like it’s got plot in spades!

The Winning Season by Alison Packard

Dianne: I’m also looking forward to The Winning Season by Alison Packard. I’ve got a weakness for sports stories (which apparently infected Anah, and has given birth to our racing novel, Pit Road).

Besides, it’s summer, the perfect time to turn my attention to some hot ball players—and baseball players are the boys of summer, after all…

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Summer Lovin’ — 9 Comments

    • I’ve finally gotten into baseball in the last two years, and now I want to read just about every baseball romance I’ve come across. The Winning Season sounds like so much fun. I’m really looking forward to reading it this summer.

  1. Some great recommendations. Thanks, ladies!

    I love sports. Don’t know why I haven’t gotten into sports stories before. Only I’m into basketball and football and most of the stories I’ve seen are about racing, soccer, hockey, or baseball. Hmm…

    • I’ve definitely seen football stories around, though now that you mention it, basketball seems harder to come by. I wonder if that’s because the nuances of the sport are more difficult to write in a way that feels easy to read?

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