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Teardrop Shot by Tijan
I’m not a basketball aficionado. Okay, I don’t even watch basketball…except for eyeing some hot b-ball players back in high school. Tall, lean muscled men with stamina? Yes, please. But lest we forget, this is a Tijan book. So, the premise may be about the basketball world and a professional player, but that’s just scratching the surface.
Charlie has her baggage, but what she doesn’t realize is that Reese is fighting his own demons. They come together in a truly unorthodox way, but the realization is that they couldn’t be more perfect for each (even if it’s easy to pretend that they’re not).
You’ll watch them struggle, see the low-level sizzle that ignites into an inferno which not only lights the way but clarifies things for them. Their fire burns hard and hot to help them figure out how to find each other and themselves. In other words, Tijan gives us loads of feels and makes us face some hard situations all while making us love her characters. And when you understand what a teardrop shot is and you finish the book, you’ll go, “Damn…pretty perfect name for this story!” Translation: Great book worth buying and re-reading.