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Moonshot by [Torre, Alessandra]
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Moonshot Kindle Edition

4.2 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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Length: 424 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Language: English

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Baseball shouldn't be a game of life and death...
The summer that Chase Stern entered my life, I was seventeen. The daughter of a legend, the Yankees were my family, their stadium my home, their dugout my workplace. My focus was on the game. Chase...he started out a distraction. A distraction with sex appeal poured into every inch of his six foot frame. A distraction who played like a God yet partied like a Devil.

I tried to stay away. I couldn't.
Then, the team started losing.
Women started dying.
And everything in my perfect world broke apart.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2359 KB
  • Print Length: 424 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #45,781 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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“Baseball isn’t supposed to be a game of life and death…”

“Moonshot” by Alessandra Torre was such a highly anticipated book for me. I had heard about it for such a long time that I could not wait to read it. I found it to be quite enjoyable. I do love Alessandra Torres’ imagination and storytelling. She has always had a way of making stories enthralling, yet so unique and “Moonshot” for me was no exception. It was such a riveting love story and suspenseful murder mystery set on the backdrop of America’s favourite pastime, Major League Baseball.

Tyler (Ty) Rollins is the daughter of the New York Yankees infamous closer, Frank Rollins. They have a very special bond and are extremely close. Ty lives and breathes baseball, everything from the dugout to the stadium to the clay. It is the greatest love of her life. She is part of the team, “one of the boys.” Baseball has been her everything since the death of her Mother when she was seven and went to live with her Dad; becoming a Yankee ball girl. She is home schooled and never misses a game. She even travels with the team to all their away games.

“The kiss should have never happened. If my father found out, if anyone did, it would be disastrous. Together, we would only bring chaos.”

When Ty is seventeen, she meets NY Yankee new recruit Chase Stern. He is an amazing ball player and everything the Yankees need in order to make and win the playoffs. Frank is not too impressed about the Yankees newest recruit and warns Ty to stay away from him. He has a bad reputation and is perceived as a womaniser and player, due to his most recent indiscretion that occurred whilst at his last team.
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We follow the journey of Tyler "Ty" Rollins through her life's journey. Witnessing her grow from a distraught seven year old, to a 17 year old teen on the verge of womanhood & as a grown woman/wife/Team Owner. Living vicariously through her first love, heartbreak, decisions made whilst hurt & with the help of alcohol, plus many more of a life lived.

This boom had everything, love, loss, mystery, suspense & a HEA what's not to love.

Highly recommend
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This is an intense story of forbidden love, loyalty and second chances. The characters are intense and the story is suspenseful and heartbreaking. Alessandre Torre or AK Torre (whichever her books go by) is an auto buy for me so I have read them all. I have enjoyed them all but not always given her 5 Stars. Moonshot however deserves it. I have to be honest I am not a fan of sports and don't know the first thing about Baseball so was a little apprehensive before reading this - it really didn't matter at all....
What makes this story so good, is the intense connection between Chase Stern and Tyler Rollins. Chase Stern, baseball player extraordinaire, was traded to the Yankees due to his inappropriate behaviour off the field. Tyler Rollins, a minor, who's father is the all star closer for the Yankees. Together their love is forbidden and doomed. My favourite line of the book - He scowled. “Life is a series of stupid decisions interrupted by luck.” Their relationship is hidden in the dark, kept safe from prying eyes. Until one tragic night everything they built was lost by mistakes and misunderstandings. In an instant their lives are ripped apart.
Ty moves forward with her life becoming Mrs. Grant, married to Tobey Grant and the Yankees. Her life changes from the ballgirl on the field supporting the team, to the woman in a suit found in the sky box. She's learned to love Tobey. Their passion for the game has brought them together.
Then out of nowhere Murders are committed and connected to the Yankees. They have to win the World Series to stop further deaths. They needed to replace their weak man and so they do with Chase Stern. He has to be the key to winning and stopping a serial killer.
I was tormented by this story, I had to sneak in the next chapter when possible.
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I wasn't really sure what to expect with Moonshot. But it is an Alessandra Torre, and she has never done me wrong yet.

I am the most unathletic, unfit person I know, but I do love a sports romance. I have never played baseball, never watched it, but I LOVE to read about it.

The story started out with the characters being a lot younger than I was expecting - not sure why, but I was surprised that Ty was only 17 when it all started. Not that this affected my enjoyment at all.

And Chase... he just has exudes that bad boy vibe.

They are so wrong but so right for each other, and it is fascinating watching them circle each other.

There is so much more between them than just sexual attraction and tension. Their pasts have kind of defined them for a while (maybe not to anyone else but to themselves) and seeing them grow and move on from this was wonderful.

There was a suspensey story running in the background that I felt was a little redundant. It didnt' detract from things, but it didn't really add to the story that was Ty and Chase, didn't really affect where their characters went in life. This might just be me though.

I wanted to shake some sense in to our lovelies at times, tell them to communicate dammit!

Moonshot is a heartwarming but at times heartbreaking story of first love, true love.

"First loves were supposed to be flimsy and temperamental. They were supposed to burn bright and fade fast. They weren't supposed to stick. They weren't supposed to eat away at a man's heart, his capacity for life."

I couldn't wait to turn each page to see what would happen next. And now it is over, I can't wait to see what Ms Torre brings us next.
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