Friday, April 16, 2021

The End Run by Christy Hayes



Formerly published in 2014 under the title, “A Kiss by the Book,” this book has been extensively revised from the original.

Tutoring college athletes at Southeastern State University is more than a job for Jenna Peterson; it’s a way to pay it forward after long-ago tragedy struck too close to home.

Golden boy, Zach Chamberlain, isn’t the first jock Jenna Peterson’s tutored with cover-boy good looks, and he won’t be the last. When Zach’s storybook life begins to unravel, Jenna discovers he’s more than just a gifted athlete with a pretty face. A sprig of mistletoe and a searing kiss pits the playmaker against the rule maker. When secrets are revealed and the game is on the line, will they follow the game plan, improvise, or make an end run around their hearts?


Another delightful and fun read by Christy Hayes. This series has been an enjoyable one for sure and certain!
Delightful characters all the way around and some funny scenes included.
I think Jenna is my favorite character. I wish I could be more like her. I like how she doesn't let anyone railroad her so to speak and especially Zach! He hasn't been my favorite character thus far. He's stuck up and likes to bully people into what he wants.
I loved the funny scenes the best! They made me smile and laugh out loud. This was a great read!
Hayes" style of writing is awesome and I really like how she covers even some of toughest subjects. She has that special way of making you laugh, cry and even sniffle at times.
I highly recommend this read! You'll enjoy it as much as I have!
My thanks for a copy of this book. I was NOT required to write a positive review and all opinions are my own.


Christy lives outside Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and three dogs. When not writing, she’s reading, walking dogs, or stalking her adult children on social media.

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