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Bree hates football even though her entire family loves the game. Her grandmother roots for the Steelers. When a new neighbor moves in next door, it turns out to be a new quarterback for the team. Bree must try to heal the rift between her father, and get over the memory of how her past boyfriend was hurt playing the game.
The writing moves smoothly from one scene to the next. While it doesn't dig deep into any subject, and the characters are stereotypical ("gran gran" wears her hair in a bun the way Victorian ladies did while most current grandmothers wear a blow-dry cut), it is an enjoyable read. I would have liked it better if the locations were described more and the chit chat cut to the important part of the conversation.
Posted March 18, 2014
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