Author: Kristina Mathews

Making a Comeback Release Day Blast

Posted July 7, 2015 by Kate in Blog Tour, Release Day Blast / 1 Comment
Making a Comeback Release Day Blast

Enter to Win a  $15.00 Amazon or B&N eGift Card MAKING A COMEBACK More Than a Game #3 Kristina Mathews Releasing July 7th, 2015 Lyrical Press: Shine With a divorce in the works, Annabelle Jones heads out to Southern California, the land of sun and starting over. She wants to prove to herself and her young daughters that she still has what it takes to turn heads as a swimsuit model—that she doesn’t need a man to take care of her. Until an accident forces her to rely on the hunky, yet mysterious man next door… Nathan Cooper is trying to revive his own career. Once a top left-handed relief pitcher, he tried to get over a hidden injury with the aid of banned substances. Not only was he caught and suspended, he was traded and missed out on winning the championship. Now he’s a free agent without a contract, and that means life is ready to play ball… BUY NOW Amazon | B & N | iTunes | Kobo Today was a good day. A glorious day. Sitting at the stoplight in the Southern California sunshine, Annabelle Jones did a drum solo on the steering wheel of her convertible Mercedes. She didn’t care if people stared at her singing along to “Don’t Stop Believing.” She hadn’t stopped believing, and look at her now, fresh off her first modeling job since filing for divorce. So it wasn’t the cover of Sports Illustrated, still, it was a job. Something she could be proud of. Her daughters could […]

Worth the Trade by Kristina Mathews

Posted June 9, 2014 by Kate in Liked It, Review / 0 Comments
Worth the Trade by Kristina Mathews

As previously mentioned I have an undying love of baseball. And for some reason I have been picking up every romance book with even the mention of baseball lately. Well to be honest, I’ve been picking up every book with any kind of sport in it, or at least that’s how it seems. As for this one, I liked it, it was pretty good. First things first, the baseball. I think the baseball was done pretty well in this book. I think the inner politics of the sport were well done, as well as the dynamics of what goes on behind the scenes to make a baseball team actually function. I wouldn’t have thought to write a book about a female owner, but it’s a nice concept, and you have to admit when it comes to baseball there aren’t a lot of women involved, so this was a nice chance. Although at the end I was a little bit bummed at how quickly Hunter was willing to sacrifice herself, you’ll see what I mean when you read the book. So Hunter is a pretty good character, I liked the whole woman owning a team and being the managing partner, it’s nice to see women in strong roles. I also liked that even though she is wealthy, she’s simple, she is comfortable in simple clothing, and nothing about her is over the top. Hunter did have some jealous tendencies, which is normally something that is annoying to me, but Marco is […]