Today I’m coming to you with my review of “The Game” by Sylvie Stewart, a romantic comedy that will make you feel all the feelings and fly through the pages.
This was just a fantastic, fun, charming and adorable read. I wanted to read at all times and when not I was always thinking about it having a happy feeling.
The Game (Carolina Connections, #4) by Sylvie Stewart
Publication date: 2nd September 2017
Gavin was a baseball player that due to an accident his career went down and now he is training new potential players and working in construction. Emerson is a lawyer focused on her professional career, and with a plan of how to get what she wants. Could this two opposites end up together?
Adorable, vivid and charming characters
This is the fourth book in the Carolina Connection series but as all others can be read as a standalone. This is the second book I have read from Sylvie Stewart and I loved it so much. I was kinda falling into a reading slump and this was the perfect pickup for me.
“You don’t eat? Are you part cyborg?Shit, I always end up going for the half-humans.”
As the previous book, my favorite part was the characters, all so vivid and adorable that you can’t help but fall in love with them. I looooved Gavin and Emerson as a couple. Gavin is so adorable and cute, I like how he goes after what he wants. He is determined to make Emerson see past his age.
I liked Emerson too, how she is so focused on developing her career and achieving everything she wants. I love the fighter she is, she even unacknowledged the fact that she has to work with the double standards and even harder than the male counterparts. Nevertheless, sometimes I wanted to scream to her that there are more important things in life than a career, and she doesn’t have to stand what other people think of her or of what she does.
One of my favorite parts was the possibility to read about characters of previous books and how their lives are evolving.
Fantastic writing style
Love how Stewart writes. Whenever I read her books I just can’t put them down and I fly through the pages while smiling most of the time and laughing out loud the other half.
“Everyone makes mistakes. Even your father. You need to forgive yourself and move on. Just don’t let other people decide what constitutes a failure on your behalf. One person’s idea of shortcoming can be another’s greatest gift.”
She has the ability to make you laugh and make you cry in the same book and I love a book that can make you feel all the feelings.
An amazing read that I highly recommend, especially if you want a cute and fun read that will lift your spirits.
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*I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review
What do you think?Would you be interested? Have you read any of Stewart books?