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Making a Play by Abbi Glines

Making a Play by Abbi Glines

A year ago


Eek! It is finally here and I loved every single page of it. Abbi sure knows how deliver a breathtaking novel in this world she has crafted and this book? This one might be my new favorite.

This is Ryker and Aurora's story and it was all the swoon. These two had so much to overcome, but the way that Abbi crafts their story leaves you right beside them as they navigate their storms. This was such a quick read for me. I absolutely could not put it down. These characters jump off the page at you and the issues Abbi takes this she does so with such fines and grace that you will love her writing even more when you are finished reading. While you don't NEED to read the other bookish this series to read this one, you absolutely should do so. You will miss a lot if you don't. All the Feels and All The Swoon.

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Synopsis:

The fifth book in the #1 New York Times bestselling Field Party series—a southern soap opera with football, cute boys, and pick-up trucks—from USA TODAY bestselling author Abbi Glines. Ryker Lee is finally enjoying his senior year—he has great friends, hangs out with hot girls, and is on track to get a football scholarship that will set him up for college. Despite this, a small part of him wonders if there’s more to life than parties and meaningless hookups—and if football even means as much to him as it does to his fellow teammates. And when he meets the new girl at school, his world totally changes… Aurora McClay is new to Lawton. She’s grateful that her twin brother, Hunter, is star of the football team and can help her adjust to her new school, but she’s not grateful at how overprotective he is over every person she meets. Just because she is deaf does not mean people have to treat her differently. When she meets Ryker Lee, the two of them spark an instant and intense chemistry, one that proves to be controversial not only because of Ryker’s reputation as a player, but also because of Aurora and Hunter’s father’s bigoted views about who Aurora can and can’t date. Aurora and Ryker know in their hearts that they are meant for each other. But can their relationship endure the turmoil of rumors and prejudice?

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