Varsity Rulebreaker by Ginger Scott

 


Release Date: 10.08.2020

Synopsis:

Hollis Taylor is allowed to break the rules. She’s coach’s little girl. And she’s good. If that means she gets to bump one of the guys for the starting catcher’s job on the Public High baseball team, then the others on the squad better suck it up and deal.

But breaking rules has taken Cannon Jennings far in life. One of the nation’s top pitching prospects, he came here to throw to his cousin and show college recruiters everything he could do on the mound. Taking his signs from a girl was not part of his blueprint, especially one that screwed over his favorite relative and best friend.

Too bad he broke the biggest rule of all before he knew exactly who she was.

It was just a New Year’s kiss. Totally forgettable. Especially under the circumstances.

So why can’t he stop thinking about it?

Review:


Varsity Rulebreaker was a very good read.

Cannon is new to the Public High, he trasferred to play baseball with his cousin. Hollis's just transferred to PH because her dad is the new baseball coach.
They meet for the first time at a New Year's party and after a few jokes they kiss each other on the midight. They don't know they will see each other often on the diamond and at practice because she'll try to become the team's catcher. Will they give in to their attraction or will they try to refrain because getting a place in the team is more important?
Naturally the arrival of a girl in the team will create some discontment and arguments.
Will our heroine overcome all these hurdles showing all her worth? Or will she surrender to the male dominated environment?

I liked how the author has handled the topic of equality between men and women.
While I was reading this story I was so absorbed in the plot that I felt Hollis' struggles to be accepted by her team and to be seen as an athlete more than a girl like they were mine. I adored how she never step back from a challenge and how she fights all her battles and how she works hard to improve.

I was sad to say goodbye to these characters because I've enjoyed every book in this series and I got attached to all of them.
I'm already looking forward to Ginger Scott next story.



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