The Setup by Meghan Quinn – REVIEW –

REVIEW

My heart. This book seriously pulled at my heartstrings. Lincoln and Indie are hands down my favorite of Meghan’s baseball couples (and that’s saying something because Maddox Paige may be fictional but I’m pretty sure I was in love with him lol). Lincoln and Indie have some of the funniest banter, but some of the most heartbreaking moments as well.

Lincoln is seriously the sweetest guy. When he’s your friend, there is no one more loyal, and no one that you can count on more. He doesn’t take his friendships lightly, and when you become his friend, it’s a big deal. The way he cared about Indie (and the way Meghan described it) was beautiful. He only wanted the best for her, even if that meant it wasn’t him. The push and pull between the two of them, I don’t think I have words for how much I loved it.

And Indie, that girl is seriously one so complex, and I love it. She gave as good as she got, I love that she fought for what she wanted. She’s fiercely independent, but she truly has a heart of gold. The journey that she took to find herself, I felt like I was on that journey right along beside her. Meghan Quinn has once again taken a hero and heroine and made me fall in love with them. She writes in such a way that it makes these characters seem real and makes me want to be their friends!

And Lincoln’s roommates/best friends, OH MY GOSH, these boys cracked me up, Hartley, Hutton, Rusty, Asher, even Deacon, seriously get them all together and I was laughing out loud. I need each and every one of those boys to get a book of their own! And Scarlett, Indie’s best friend, that girl is my spirit animal, no filter, says what she means and doesn’t care who hears it. She’s hilarious and an amazing friend to Indie. All of these secondary characters in this story added so much to this book! One of my favorites reads of 2020!!

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BLURB:

I’ve fallen victim to a heinous act. 

An act so vile, so downright dirty, that I’m not sure as a twenty-year-old man I’ll ever recover. Brace yourself, because what I’m about to tell you might have you gasping in secondhand horror.

Ready? Here it goes . . .

I’ve recently become the pawn of a meddling mom.

Yes . . . A MEDDLING MOM–who’s been trying to set me up all summer.

Now, I understand it’s not a crime for a mother to want her child to fall in love, but when she makes it her relentless MISSION, the heinous act should be classified as a misdemeanor at least.

Of course, my mom, the evil matriarch in the devil’s leggings, made her final stab at finding a girl for me days before I went back to college.

And I hate to admit it, but she saved a doozy for last. 

A titan in black skinny jeans. 

A boss of nonchalance. 

And a girl who would not only turn my life upside down, but do it while juggling a soccer ball, looking effortlessly gorgeous around campus, and is one hundred percent against relationships. Of any sort. 

Thanks, Mom. 

About the Author: 

USA Today Bestselling Author, wife, adoptive mother, and peanut butter lover. Author of romantic comedies and contemporary romance, Meghan Quinn brings readers the perfect combination of heart, humor, and heat in every book.

Connect with Meghan:

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Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7360513.Meghan_Quinn

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/authormeghanquinn/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/AuthorMegQuinn

Website: http://authormeghanquinn.com

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