The Perfectly Imperfect Match
Pitcher Dylan Dennings has his future all mapped out: make the minors straight out of high school, work his way up the farm system, and get called up to the majors by the time he’s twenty-three. The Plan has been his sole focus for years, and if making his dreams come true means instituting a strict “no girls” policy, so be it.
Lucy Foster, needlepoint ninja, big sister to an aspiring pitcher, and chicken advocate, likes a little mayhem. So what if she gets lost taking her brother to baseball camp…at her own high school? The pitching coach, some hotshot high school player, obviously thinks she’s a hot mess. Too bad he’s cute, because he’s so not her type.
Problem is, they keep running into each other, and every interaction sparks hotter than the last. But with Dylan’s future on the line, he has to decide whether some rules are made to be broken…
Disclaimer: This book contains a crazy night of moonlit skinny-dipping, a combustible crush, and kisses swoony enough to unwind even the most Type A athlete
This is such a sweet little story. This book is about Lucy, a senior in high school, who is a free spririt of sorts. She works hard helping her mom in her sewing store, takes care of her little brother Otis, and saving chickens. She has a special talent for hand stitching embroidery and hopes to start her own shop straight after college. One problem Lucy is a little stressed and lonely. She has taken on extra work helping her mom and filling in her dads shoes, while he is deployed. Dylan is a senior in high school with a strict plan to join the minors in baseball as soon as he graduates. He is living his life on a very straight plan. Special diet, study hard, practice hard, and especially no girl friends. Then he bumps into Lucy and his whole world is turned upside down.
This book is a sweet story of two teens who are struggling to with life. The characters are wonderful. Lucy is sweet, funny and a little different from the cheerleader type. Her and her friend Serena are fee spirited girls who get into mischief with their causes. Dylan is a wonderful cute teen who has a hard time deviating from his goal as a baseball player and is real serious. So serious his friends and team mates call him “Iceman”. This book is a YA read, but does have some innuendos. I enjoyed reading this book and I would recommend it.
I give it 5 Stars.
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