Blog Tour | Team Player 2: A Sports Anthology by a group of awesome authors

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Hey, everyone!!!

So glad to see you again! I honestly didn’t plan to post anything today but last night, around 10:30 p.m., our government announced that we would have a typhoon (holi)day on Monday, which surprisingly didn’t went on my radar the entire time Typhoon Mitag inching closer to us; thus, here I am, writing and scheduling blog posts like a dedicated blogger!

Last week was the release blitz of an intimidatingly THICK book called Team Player 2: A Sports Anthology written by a bunch of my favorite authors including Meghan Quinn, Emma Scott, Sara Ney, and Kate Stewart, just to name a few! As you may recall, Team Player Anthology was released around this time last year, and I think I’d spread the word about that book since I vaguely remembered how much I loved the stories.

The first book was indeed an enjoyable read for me and I really hope this one blows me away in all the best ways possible. ❤ Unfortunately, due to my busy working schedule, I can’t manage to finish the entire book anytime soon…BUT I definitely will in the future!!!

All right, enough rambling! Let’s get started, shall we?

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Read-to-Review: Sweet Insanity by Desireé Adele

 

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Old hurt runs deep…

After she left, I was given a second chance at life thanks to my savior and adoptive father. A chance I refused to waste. Determined to be invincible, I became a true fighter in every sense of the word. Nothing and no one would get in my way.

Not even the guy who sat behind me in class.

Zack Graves had the entire world in his hands. A promising hockey career and the confidence and gorgeous looks that had every girl throwing themselves at his feet.

Except me. I was only too happy to wipe the sexy smirk off his face while tossing him on his smug ass.

And he kept coming back for more.

I kept my scars hidden, until Zack managed to trace the lines straight to a place I fought to keep guarded.

Zack was fighting his own immortality, his own scars becoming visible the closer we got. He challenged my guard at every turn forcing me to fight harder, only to realize he would be my undoing.

But some wounds refuse to heal.

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