The Strike Out by Meghan Quinn – REVIEW –

The Strike Out by Meghan Quinn 

Release Date: January 4th

Genre: Romantic Comedy

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‘The Strike Out’ is Meghan Quinn starting 2021 off with a freaking bang!! This book was everything you’ve come to expect from Meghan and so much more! We met Holt and Harmony in the ‘Team Player 2 Anthology’ and I knew when we got their full story, it was going to be EPIC.

Holt is seriously hilarious and such a genuine guy. His passion for life and everything in it was honestly inspiring. Sure, he has his flaws, but a man that loves like Holt Green is a man to hang on to! And I absolutely love Harmony. She’s not afraid to speak her mind, and she gives as good as she gets. She’s not impressed with flowery words, she knows that actions speak louder than words, and watching her fight her attraction to Holt made this story even better. The banter between the two as well as their chemistry jumped off the pages in a mixture of laugh out loud moments and fan yourself moments!

Meghan Quinn will forever be an author that can pull me out of even the worst of book slumps. I know I can count on her books to be full of laughter and love. I also love that we got to hang out with Knox, Carson, and Jason for a little bit in this story. I’ll also say that Priya, Harmony’s best friend, is the no nonsense best friend I aspire to be! I have loved each and every book in this series, and just when I think she can’t top the last one she does! Every single book in this series is PERFECTION, and ‘The Strike Out’ keeps that perfection going!


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It started with one night out with the boys.

She was the hot diner waitress putting herself through school.

I was the rich, arrogant player everyone misjudges.

On paper we didn’t match.

Yet all it took was one day. One single day to change her mind.

She wasn’t planning to spend her day off with me.

She wasn’t supposed to fall for my charm.

But one day, one smile, turned into several nights of her calling out my name.

I’m not the guy she should end up with. I’m jealous, possessive. Not here for a long time – just a good time.

She’s changed me.

But, for some reason, I feel her slipping through my fingers and no matter what I do, I fear I’m going to strike out with the one and only girl I’ve ever fallen for.

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