Review: Balls Fore: Ball Games Book Four by Andie M. Long

Ball Games by Andie M Long
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - The Ball Games #4
Release: June 7, 2016
Length: 226 pages

Single mum Beth Woods is finally feeling settled. Her small business, making children’s chocolate bars is growing quickly, rather like Trey, her three year old son. What she doesn’t need right now is another man in her life.
But fate will always smack a girl upside the head and Trey’s father, Golf Instructor, Leo Coleman returns to upset her carefully ordered life. While she struggles with his reappearance, the Turner family decide to help. While Tim and Tyler Turner are sent to have lessons in golf, best friend Camille and her mum Dora will make sure Beth gets lessons in love.

BOOK FOUR IN THE BALLS SERIES.
THESE TITLES CAN BE READ AS STANDALONES.

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MY REVIEW

This review is for all four books of this series

This series was funny, heartwarming, and little unexpected. It's about the Turner familly (Camille, Tyler, Tim and Dora) and their friend, Beth. Amidst a lot of laughter and some inappropriate moments (thanks Dora), there's so much love. The author did her readers a favor by providing love stories injected with plenty of humor. My favorite people? Tim and Dora. Their novella was absolutely hilarious! They were definitely the ties that bind and provided me with plenty of feel-good moments. This was perfect for anyone looking for a good time.

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