New Release + Review: Rookie Move by Samantha Lind

 Release Date: February 25

Dylan

My future was all mapped out.

Graduate high school.

Get drafted.

Make a professional hockey team’s roster.

Marry my high school sweetheart.

I had it all within my grasp;

Everything was falling into place.

Except for the distance,

And our conflicting schedules.

How can we both follow our dreams when the roads keep taking us in different directions?

Hailey

My future was all mapped out.

Graduate high school.

Graduate Med-School.

Land my dream residency.

Marry my high school sweetheart.

My dream took me to the opposite coast, but my heart just wasn’t in it anymore.

Could I find a new path to my goal and still find happiness?

Was thinking we could make this work just another rookie move?

Britt 5

I know going in every time I pick up one of Samantha Lind’s books I’m going to be happy, and Rookie Move was no exception. This lighthearted, swoony read was like walking into the warmest hug. Zero angst, drama free, and overloaded with sweetness Rookie Move is the exact book you need if you need something to cheer you up. Dylan and Hailey are flat out couple goals. Their relationship is one of the most solid ones I have ever read. They have a strong foundation and a deep love that conquers all distance.

 

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Meet Samantha Lind

Samantha Lind is a contemporary romance author. Having spent the first 27 years of her life in Alaska, she now calls Iowa home where she lives with her husband and two sons.

She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, reading, watching hockey (Go Knights Go!), and listening to country music.

 

 

 

 

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