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Major Love (Balls in Play Book 2) by [Stewart, Kate]
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Length: 357 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1821 KB
  • Print Length: 357 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MSLYUKJ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
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This is the second book in the Balls in Play Series which focuses on the best friends of the two main characters in book one.

Andy was a really likeable hero. He is a sweet guy who has experienced unrequited love. He fell hard for Kristina (a good friend of Alice -Anything But Minor). His heart is sore from his experience with her and the author tackles the issue of the 'other woman' from the start. Kristina never reciprocated Andy's feelings and he has now realised that maybe he was more in love with the idea of her and him than actually loving her. I hate it when the hero has feelings for women other than the heroine but I didn't feel that in this book. Yes, Andy is sad but he knows himself that it wasn't the real thing. They were never together and Kristina had feelings for Rafe (the hero from book one) anyway.

Whilst Andy is nursing his sore heart with a bottle of Johnny Walker at Alice and Rafe's engagement party, he meets April. April is Alice's Maid of Honour and she is a pretty blonde southern belle. She is feisty, quirky, loyal and she falls hard for Andy. Andy is very drunk and pours his heart out to April. They meet again a few days later when it becomes clear Andy remembers none of their conversation that night. They develop a relationship that starts off light but soon becomes very meaningful on both sides but neither tells the other. The path to true love gets pretty rocky in places- there is some angst but nothing too terrible.

I loved our hero Andy. He was a really solid, sweet guy and April fitted him beautifully. He is a romantic at heart and is ready to find the right girl. He is loyal and kind. April is so likeable and I loved her little edge of feisty. Together they are so right. Watching them fall for each other makes for gorgeous reading.
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"You’re my dream."

As soon as I became aware that K.S was writing Major Love , I knew that I had to get hold of it as soon as it was going to be available. Anything but Minor is a book that I enjoy re-reading , I simply love it!

So, when I started to read Major Love , I had very high expectations and let me tell you that K.S has knocked it out of the park AGAIN… BIG TIME!

Andy is left heartbroken after Kristina and her son decided to move away. For Andy , she was the one and he would have done the impossible for her because she was it but she didn’t love him the same way.
“I’d never been the type of man to want anything less than a forever woman. “

Andy is drowning his sorrow at April and Rafe’s engagement when he is introduced to April.
That night changed everything… and one promise was made.

“Give your big heart to a man who deserves it, okay? Make him earn it, make him earn you.”

Those words went straight to my heart <3

In Major Love , KS created endearing, witty, real characters who fill the pages with their fears, hopes and dreams. Andy and April's story is heartwarming, emotional, raw and intense. It is LOVE at its best.
The book is funny, sad- it's romantic, it's engrossing and I love KS ‘s writing style.

I am absolutely besotted with this book!
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Run, don't walk and grab your Kindle to one click Major Love. Kate Stewart has hit it out of the ballpark once again. You are absolutely going to fall and fall hard for Andy. If you've read Anything But Minor you are well aware of both Andy and April. My heart was all in for Andy in Anything But Minor, but it is doing triple time here. Kate Stewart could write the phonebook and I'd love it. Major Love is funny, sexy, heartwarming and emotional. You will not be able to put this book down. I'm not going to give you a synopsis of this book in my review because you can read the description. But what I am going to do is tell you that it is one of my top five books of 2016! Most definitely a five star read for me.
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Although it does say Major Love can be read as a standalone story I did find that the plot crossed over that of Anything but Minor so it would be advantageous to read the series in order.

We already know a little about April and Andy as they are friends of Alice and Rafe's from Anything but Minor. Both April and Andy have been badly burned by previous relationships, either by unrequited love or epic indifference, resulting in reluctance to subjecting themselves to the risk of losing thier hearts again. From the beginning the idea that relationships should occur organically is a major factor within the narrative, allowing the reader as an outside observer to witness the progression of the relationship between Andy and April before the characters themselves are fully aware of what is happening.

Andy and April have definite ideas of what they hope to attain from a relationship and are unwilling to settle for anything less. For me, personally, it felt as if Andy and April had a set notion in their minds and unfortunately tried to project it onto the wrong people in the past resulting in the emotional barriers they now possess. While their relationships needs match perfectly they are unwilling to open up to each other to prove their compatibility in all areas. It was frustrating to the reader to witness April and Andy continually hold themselves back from expressing their feelings because of their respective histories, thus creating additional problems rather than alleviating the ones they already had.

In al honesty if I was in April's position I do not think I would be able to undertake a relationship in any sense knowing the other person was in love with someone else, even if it was just an illusion.
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