Series: A Coach’s Love #3
angry. Our marriage was over, it had been for a long time, but now she’s
abandoning our son, and neither of us are happy about it.
My assistant, Amber, and I have been flirting for months. There’s a strong
connection between us, and we both know it. Tapping into our mutual love for
basketball, I bring Amber on to help coach my son’s team.
Now my ex is back and making demands. I know I should always trust my gut. When
I don’t, things go wrong, and it leaves us with a lesson…
It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish … rise up!
FIVE 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!
Rise Up shows once again just why I love this series so much! Much like previous books this book is just overflowing with warm feel good sweetness and I couldn’t get enough! Alison Mello has a way of making life’s most difficult moments not only realistic and emotional but also keeping the warmth of the story flowing with her writing. I started this book exhausted and cranky and by the time I finished I was grinning ear to ear and sighing in pure happiness.
Vincent had me constantly swooning with his super sweet flirting. He just may be the king of wooing. On top of melting my heart he was also an amazing dad. Raising his son on his own while trying to help his son get through the mess his ex wife had created. Amber was just flat out sweet. Thoughtful, kind and patient she loved both Vincent and his son in a way that made me absolutely adore her.
talking?” Her eyes stay fixed on the floor. He gives her a minute, but she
never replies. “Well, if you don’t really want to talk, then I’ll go, but I
just wanted to tell you to rise up.” She looks at him confused. “It’s our
saying. When things are hard, we rise up. We overcome them. It’s how we got
past you leaving us.” He stands. “You can rise up too, Mom.” My heart breaks
watching the interaction between my son and his mother.
full-time author. She was born and raised in Massachusetts where she met her
husband while serving in the Massachusetts Army National Guard. Now that he has
retired from the military, they’re living in sunny Florida with their
a love for reading, writing and Taekwondo. After a few years of taking class,
her son asked her to join with him and so she did. They take class and compete
in tournaments together. This is the only place he out ranks her.
Alison has written many stories, she is most known for her Club Thrive series,
Shattered Souls and A Coach’s Love. She has a love for writing strong females
and close friends. She’s also known for intertwining her characters throughout