Tuesday, September 1, 2015

*~*~* Rerelease*~*~* Full Count by Cori Williams

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Title: Full Count
Author: Cori Williams
Publisher: Booktrope Publishing

Dylan Turner wasn’t looking for love, all he needed was someone to warm his bed and be gone by morning. Baseball was what made his life worth living. The hunger to play, the need to live and breathe baseball—it was ingrained in his blood and veins, making his heart thump, beat for beat. It wasn’t until he met Paige that everything changed. She became part of the game, only it was a game he never wanted to end. Paige’s love for baseball was ingrained in her before she was even born. She never thought she would find love in the form of a baseball player though but that all changes when she meets her new schools first baseman. Was Paige really ready for this roller coaster ride? When the count is full, will what they have survive?

Full Count is a sweet love story. While there are a lot of very popular baseball type stories out there, I don't feel like Full count needs to be added among them. 

Paige is the quintessential sweet, girl next door. Moving off to college can be a daunting task, but she managed. Paige has been around baseball all her life. She can pitch and bat with the best of them. 

Dylan is the epitome of player. Never the same girl twice. He never dreamed he find a girl who could match him in every way, and he didn't want to. He was too happy to live in the moment. Then he met Paige. Then he found out of her love of the game. 

Full Count isn't an angsty read. It's one that you'll want to fall in love with over and over again. 


Cori Williams is a contemporary romance writer who resides in Michigan with her husband and three young children. Her love of reading from a very young age transferred over to a love of writing and now the stories are never ending. Her love of writing and romance combined make the perfect equivalent for creating the happily ever afters for her characters with sometimes bumpy journeys along the way. “Forever isn’t always easy.

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