Review by Nancy
This book was AMAZEBALLS!! No one can write romantic comedy banter like Sara Ney! Books 2 and 3 in this series are about Tripp and Trace Wallace. This story is about their sister, True. True finds herself homeless and pregnant. Not a good place to be, so she crashes (moves in) to her brother Tripp’s house. You see, True, had a fun night at Trace’s wedding with a teammate of his. One, gorgeous ball player, Jose Espinoza. He knows women because he has six sisters. This entire book is a fun comedy of errors! Chapter 17 had me in an uproar. I think my family believes I’ve lost my mind. Hard Luck lifted my spirits, made me laugh, and brought the heat. Mateo Jose Espinoza is the perfect man for True. Too bad he doesn’t have any brothers. Don’t miss Hard Luck. It’s EXCEPTIONAL! 5++ stars
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