(Lucas Brothers #6)
by Jordan Marie
Green Lucas doesn’t know what’s about to hit him.
Complete Standalone Romance
A woman with grit and fire who will help me get my son’s head out of his ass.
You must be self-sufficient and not looking for a gravy train.
Common sense is a plus, book smarts are optional.
Cannot have red hair, as my son seems to go for that type and he needs something to shake him up.
Must have a backbone, but be flexible enough to bend—and I’m not talking in the bedroom—some things a mother doesn’t need to know.
Bonus points if your name is Daisy, Lily, Bluebell, Jasmine, etc.
But not Dahlia, that’s an instant no.
Must love kids, especially puberty-stricken boys who are discovering girls are more fun than video games.
Also, and this is very important, you must hate all things baseball—bonus points if you’ve never seen a game either on television or in person.
If this description is you, or fits someone you know, apply at the address below.
P.S. You must also love cows.
Sometimes a mother has to do what she has to do.
Let the games begin.
Home Run is the 6th book in the Lucas brother Series, It’s not however as good as previous books. I did love the comedy in parts of this book though and it was very entertaining. Unfortunately everything else was very slow going for me which was a little disappointing. I also found it hard to click with Kage she annoyed me so much in certain parts.
“It is. You may not like it, Mom, but Cynthia and I have a history.” “Oh please, that alley cat has history with anything that walks on two legs and has a hangy-down thingy in the middle.” “To be fair, Mom, I think she’s only interested if it’s not hanging down,” White says with a laugh.
Although I was a little disappointed with this book I will read more in this series in the future.
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