Review: Warning Track by Carrie Aarons (The Callahan Family #1)
Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author.
Warning Track is Carrie Aarons's newest book. Colleen Callahan may not be seen by the vast majority as the best choice to become the team's general manager. She's only twenty-eight, a woman, and the daughter of the former general manager now in federal prison. She's pretty much expected to fail, but from the time she was a young girl, Colleen knew she was made for this job, and not just because of who her father may be or the fact their family owns the team. She has her naysayers, one of whom happens to the team's latest trade--thirty-two-year-old superstar Hayes Swindell. The guy doesn't hide the fact he hates having to play for a team whose management he believes is corrupt. He just wants to do his time and go...but then he never expects to fall for someone he shouldn't--Colleen.
If there are two things that I know Carrie Aarons writes well about, it's romances about sports and stories about family. She merges both themes in her new series, The Callahan Family, and kicks it off with the story of the Packton Pistons' newly installed general manager and the team's newest player, Colleen Callahan and Hayes Swindell, respectively. Colleen being Hayes's boss is the forbidden element in this romance, and it's a fairly familiar one, although considering just how many books are released in this genre, that isn't really a surprise. I appreciated Aarons's touches of originality and creativity, and when it comes to the entertainment factor, this author has always brought it. Warning Track was a good and enjoyable start to the series, and fingers crossed that the rest of the Callahan Family series are just as good as this one, if not better. Four stars.
Release Date: 06 November 2020
Date Read: 06 November 2020
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