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All Anna Callahan wants is her independence. Being the youngest member of her immediate family, and massive network of cousins, she’s always been sheltered. That ends now. After graduating with her masters in nursing, she’s ready to move out of her parents’ house, whether they support that decision or not. While wallowing in the guilt of that choice at the local bar, she bu All Anna Callahan wants is her independence. Being the youngest member of her immediate family, and massive network of cousins, she’s always been sheltered. That ends now. After graduating with her masters in nursing, she’s ready to move out of her parents’ house, whether they support that decision or not. While wallowing in the guilt of that choice at the local bar, she bumps into the one guy she shouldn’t go near. A player for her family’s team and her cousin’s best friend, Clark should come with a warning label. Not only because he’s the league’s number one playboy, but because he’s significantly older than her. Unfortunately, they can’t seem to keep their hands off of each other. That initial night together leads to scorching glances across public parties, secret hookups in hidden places, and way more than either of their hearts bargained for. But being with Clark means lying to those closest to them. When their secret is finally discovered, it sends the already skittish bad boy running for the hills. And although she claimed to want freedom with no strings, Anna can’t help but feel the sharp pull to be with him forever. Clark Nyle swore a long time ago he’d never be committed to anyone. After watching his mother ruin his father through adultery and abandonment, he knows that love is for masochists and he certainly isn’t one. Baseball and living life like every day’s a party are his only two passions. Then his father dies, and he’s forced to question everything. It leads to a barstool, too many drinks, and into the backseat of his car with the one woman he should never have touched. Now that he’s gotten a taste of Anna, he can’t stay away. Even if their secret affair comes with way too many consequences. Her family owns the team he plays for, not to mention his best friend would cut off his balls if he knew what they were up to. Plus, he doesn’t want anything long-term, and eventually he’s going to break her heart. But the more time he spends with her, the more he seems to want a different future than the one he always planned on. Until they’re found out, and he’s forced to choose between his demons and the disapproval of his closest friends … or her.


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All Anna Callahan wants is her independence. Being the youngest member of her immediate family, and massive network of cousins, she’s always been sheltered. That ends now. After graduating with her masters in nursing, she’s ready to move out of her parents’ house, whether they support that decision or not. While wallowing in the guilt of that choice at the local bar, she bu All Anna Callahan wants is her independence. Being the youngest member of her immediate family, and massive network of cousins, she’s always been sheltered. That ends now. After graduating with her masters in nursing, she’s ready to move out of her parents’ house, whether they support that decision or not. While wallowing in the guilt of that choice at the local bar, she bumps into the one guy she shouldn’t go near. A player for her family’s team and her cousin’s best friend, Clark should come with a warning label. Not only because he’s the league’s number one playboy, but because he’s significantly older than her. Unfortunately, they can’t seem to keep their hands off of each other. That initial night together leads to scorching glances across public parties, secret hookups in hidden places, and way more than either of their hearts bargained for. But being with Clark means lying to those closest to them. When their secret is finally discovered, it sends the already skittish bad boy running for the hills. And although she claimed to want freedom with no strings, Anna can’t help but feel the sharp pull to be with him forever. Clark Nyle swore a long time ago he’d never be committed to anyone. After watching his mother ruin his father through adultery and abandonment, he knows that love is for masochists and he certainly isn’t one. Baseball and living life like every day’s a party are his only two passions. Then his father dies, and he’s forced to question everything. It leads to a barstool, too many drinks, and into the backseat of his car with the one woman he should never have touched. Now that he’s gotten a taste of Anna, he can’t stay away. Even if their secret affair comes with way too many consequences. Her family owns the team he plays for, not to mention his best friend would cut off his balls if he knew what they were up to. Plus, he doesn’t want anything long-term, and eventually he’s going to break her heart. But the more time he spends with her, the more he seems to want a different future than the one he always planned on. Until they’re found out, and he’s forced to choose between his demons and the disapproval of his closest friends … or her.

30 review for Tagging Up

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rosie

    Tagging Up is the fifth and final book in the Callahan Family series and what a way to end this series! Clark and Anna were each other’s soul mate, it just took one of them a little bit longer to realise. Clark is happy to accept the playboy baseball player reputation because it’s much easier than actually letting anyone in and opening up about his past. He has successfully kept everyone on the team, even his best friend Walker, at arm’s length, until he receives some terrible news. Whilst drown Tagging Up is the fifth and final book in the Callahan Family series and what a way to end this series! Clark and Anna were each other’s soul mate, it just took one of them a little bit longer to realise. Clark is happy to accept the playboy baseball player reputation because it’s much easier than actually letting anyone in and opening up about his past. He has successfully kept everyone on the team, even his best friend Walker, at arm’s length, until he receives some terrible news. Whilst drowning his sorrows, he runs into Anna Callahan in the bar, who has also had a tough day, and he suddenly find himself talking. They find solace with each other, but Anna has always been forbidden to Clark, as she’s Walker’s younger cousin, but also because he doesn’t want to taint her with his past. But Anna is fairly head strong, and know what she wants, and that’s Clark. Their chemistry is off the charts, but can she convince Clark to take the risk, and let someone into his heart for the first time? Clark’s internal monologues were heart-breaking, this poor guy just needed to be loved properly, something he’d never experienced. He played the part of the playboy because it was the easiest way to numb his hurt from his childhood. He fought his feelings for so long for so many reasons, to protect Anna, so as to not upset Walker (who is still my least favourite character from this series by a mile, I really don’t like him) and because he didn’t know what to do with all the emotions, she gave him. But the thing about Anna was that she never expected anything from Clark, she never pressured him to open up or become more, she was honest from the start, and that is the reason Clark felt so comfortable to be himself around her, accepting him for him, not the playboy persona he put out. Anna grew up in this book, growing a backbone to stand up for what she wanted, whether that be Clark or against her parents to be treated like an adult. Carrie has written the most incredible series, that whilst set in a baseball world, that’s not the main focus. She hits on tough topics which pull at your heart strings, and I can’t recommend her writing enough.

  2. 5 out of 5

    The Romantic Rush Blog

    Tagging Up is a quick, steamy, and fun read- it’s got fun and drama, and oozes character chemistry. Alas, it’s the last in the series but only my first- and it can easily be read as a standalone, though I enjoyed it enough to inspire me to go back and check out the others. I adore sports romances and live for age gap dynamics, so I was all about this story. We have Anna, the baby of her family who is trying to break free of her overprotective and overbearing but well meaning family. She’s always Tagging Up is a quick, steamy, and fun read- it’s got fun and drama, and oozes character chemistry. Alas, it’s the last in the series but only my first- and it can easily be read as a standalone, though I enjoyed it enough to inspire me to go back and check out the others. I adore sports romances and live for age gap dynamics, so I was all about this story. We have Anna, the baby of her family who is trying to break free of her overprotective and overbearing but well meaning family. She’s always had a little crush on her cousin’s best friend, Clark, who plays on the Callahan fam baseball team. His family challenges are much different than Anna’s- and he’s got quite a bit more baggage. Clark is your classic hot jock- a sexy, endearing charmer with quite a few notches on his bedpost. Given his own baggage, he’s hesitant to give anyone any emotional connection, and certainly isn’t interested in romantic love given the model he saw with his parents. But Anna allures him- and I really liked her as a heroine. She’s kind, caring, focused, clever, and has a good dash of sass. She just wants to find her own independence after so many years under the protective wing of her family, without disappointing them. Her chemistry with Clark is the star of the story- and after a chance bar meeting, sparks fly and they never fizzle. Of course we have pit of the predicted angst and drama, particularly as Clark wrestles with his relationship aversion and his reluctance to do anything to harm his cherished relationship with the Callahan crew and team. But these two can’t stay away from each other- and they have to work through these tensions while also just continuing to find out who they are, realizations about their own needs and aspirations catalyzed by their budding feelings for one another. I read this in one sitting- highly consumable, steamy and sweet!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    Tagging Up is the final book in Carrie's Callahan series and she ends it on a bang! If you read any of the previous books in this series (you do not have to), then you will have gotten glimpses of Clark. But this book delves a lot deeper into him, his past and who he really is. Anna is probably one of my favorite heroines from Carrie. She is very level headed, strong in her beliefs and love that she sticks to her guns. I love that she speaks her mind, but does it with maturity. Clark and Anna hav Tagging Up is the final book in Carrie's Callahan series and she ends it on a bang! If you read any of the previous books in this series (you do not have to), then you will have gotten glimpses of Clark. But this book delves a lot deeper into him, his past and who he really is. Anna is probably one of my favorite heroines from Carrie. She is very level headed, strong in her beliefs and love that she sticks to her guns. I love that she speaks her mind, but does it with maturity. Clark and Anna have immediate sparks when they bump into one another one night at the bar. They both know of each other due to her family. But Anna has always been off-limits to Clark because of her family. But for one night, he can agree to a no-strings attached night of fun. I love this story so much. Carrie delivers a beautiful story full of growth in so many aspects. Clark and Anna are two characters that were just made for one another. They truly balance one another and their connection is one-of-a-kind. And let me tell you, these two are off the charts hot!! Another great book from Carrie Aarons!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kaya

    RATING: ⭐⭐⭐⭐.5 STEAM: 🔥🔥🔥 This book starts off with a bang (literally and figuratively). Clark and Anna hooks up at a bar (and in the car!) after a bad day, thinking that would be their last encounter of that sort. Too bad it does not quite work that way in the land of romance fiction. I really enjoyed this book. The couple's chemistry is so hot that it is almost unbelievable that no one around them felt it. The small details of their interactions, even when family and/or friends are around, bring s RATING: ⭐⭐⭐⭐.5 STEAM: 🔥🔥🔥 This book starts off with a bang (literally and figuratively). Clark and Anna hooks up at a bar (and in the car!) after a bad day, thinking that would be their last encounter of that sort. Too bad it does not quite work that way in the land of romance fiction. I really enjoyed this book. The couple's chemistry is so hot that it is almost unbelievable that no one around them felt it. The small details of their interactions, even when family and/or friends are around, bring so much heat to their connection. I was never frustrated with their emotional tug-of-war because there was always progression. You could see Anna's resilience and care slowly seeping into the cracks of the wall that Clark has put up for so many years with every interaction. In return, Clark's support of Anna's chase for independence helps her stand up to the many obstacles. I especially loved that Carrie Aarons created multilayered characters that brings a new dynamic to the age-gap and secret relationship tropes. There was more to Clark than a stereotypical man who liked his independence and privacy and preferred to play the field. As we peel each of his layers throughout the story, we totally understand the full package: why he keeps even his best of friends at arm's length. I thoroughly enjoyed Anna's fight for independence. It is hard to navigate around parents who are unknowingly emotionally abusive when they think they're just trying to help and keep their kids safe. Anna (and Carrie Aarons) does a phenomenal job in balancing between advocating for herself and acknowledging that ignorance and fear -- not malice -- are driving their intentions. This was my first read in the Callahan Family series. While the books are interconnected, I never felt lost as characters from previous books were well integrated into the context of the book. This can definitely serve as a standalone if you want to read it first. I am voluntarily reviewing an advance copy of this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Laiza

    Sad to say goodbye to the Callahan Clan ⚾️🧢⚾️🧢 #Anna&Clark #Manwhore&BabyCousin #ForbiddenLove #NurseMeAnna #Baseball #Family #Love #TaggingUp

  6. 5 out of 5

    Anna Reads Here

    Release Date: September 24th, 2021 You’ll enjoy: » A forbidden romance » With an age gap » That becomes a secret relationship » With a famous playboy baseball player » And the youngest and most wonderful daughter of the team family » A friends with benefits situation that evolves » And is so so SO very hot » With lots of drama and baggage to sort through » In a standalone in an interconnected series Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐✨ | Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥 CW/TW: Emotionally abusive parents, childhood illness Review: I refuse to accept Release Date: September 24th, 2021 You’ll enjoy: » A forbidden romance » With an age gap » That becomes a secret relationship » With a famous playboy baseball player » And the youngest and most wonderful daughter of the team family » A friends with benefits situation that evolves » And is so so SO very hot » With lots of drama and baggage to sort through » In a standalone in an interconnected series Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐✨ | Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥 CW/TW: Emotionally abusive parents, childhood illness Review: I refuse to accept that this is the last Callahan Family book, because I feel like they’ve become such a big part of my life and I’m not ready to let them go! And what a journey this family has been on from picking up the pieces of a broken baseball franchise to having some of the best players in the league to falling in love in places you don’t expect. And Tagging Up, is the perfect conclusion to this wonderful story. I’d also like to point out that it’s still weird to read a romance novel where the female lead shares the same name as me. But this Anna is definitely a character to aspire to be! As the youngest of the Callahan brood - her father is a cousin of the older Callahans - Anna is always treated like a kid. She’s worked her way up in life and in her career and now she’s a nurse with big dreams, but her parents and brothers and cousins all treat her like she’s fragile and breakable. Which only goes to push her buttons and piss her off more. As the only member of the family not partaking in the baseball business, Anna also has dreams of moving out of her childhood home and making a life for herself. Except, her family are less than supportive and don’t accept that she’s 23 and well on her way to achieving great things. I loved Anna so much, because she was feisty and sassy and she fought for what she believed in, but also loved her family so much that she struggled to hurt them with her decisions. She’s also confident and outgoing, not shying away from sex and what she wants in the bedroom - which just adds a whole other layer of awesomeness to who she already is. And then there’s Clark. If you’ve read Control Artist , you’ve already met him. He’d been Dahlia’s steady bed buddy because she met and fell in love with Garrett. And that’s exactly who Clark has been to everyone on the team and otherwise. He’s handsome, charming, sexy and always ready for a good time. But what Clark hides under all of that is the truth of why he’s not letting anyone into his life or letting himself love anyone else. Clark’s got baggage in the form of a messy childhood with two complicated parents and it’s taken a toll on him. I really liked Clark. I have a weakness for Carrie’s heroes and she does them well, but Clark is definitely a big favourite (right after Hayes from Warning Track ). He’s passionate about the sport and knows that it’s the one place where he will never screw up, so he pours all of himself into baseball all the time. And he’s good. He’s admired and respected, guys like cheering for him and women like sliding into his homebase every night. It works. Till Clark and Anna meet at the local bar and everything changes forever! This book is hawt. I remember seeing Carrie post about how the final book in the series would be a scorcher, but I don’t think I was fully prepared for just how wild and hot it would get. Clark and Anna are drawn to each other that first night they meet, but it’s only much later that the sexual tension builds and explodes every time they’re around each other. Clark’s willpower was constantly tested whenever Anna was around and I love it when the hero can’t fight his desire and lust, and just takes the moment the heroine is offering with arms and legs spread wide open. I’m not one for public sex, but good god, these two make me like it a whole lot. That’s how hot the chemistry is guys, it’s just so good and it’s fantastic every step of the way. While Clark is constantly afraid that Anna is going to want a relationship, she keeps reminding him that she’s good with just sex, as long as she gets a lot of it. I really really loved that, because we don’t always get heroines who are ready to toss feelings to the side and just go at it like bunnies. While Anna does have feelings for Clark, she’s not letting them overwhelm her. If anything, she’s falling for him slowly as she peels back the layers and discovers new things about him. There are just SO MANY things working against them and it’s so heartbreaking to watch them come together and fall apart over and over. But at the same time, it just shows you the strength and resilience of a person like Anna and it makes you love her more. Their relationship is complicated, for lack of a better word, and that also tests the boundaries of their own issues and problems. But it’s clear that when they’re together, Clark and Anna are better. Ugh, I just loved how much of each of them we got to see and experience and how much we got to enjoy them together. It filled my heart with so much joy and sadness, because of course the series is coming to an end! If you’ve been following the Callahan Family series then you’ll be happy to see a whole heap of familiar faces from the other books. Tagging Up will leave you feeling full of love and joy, because this family is one of the best! Thanks to Carrie Aarons and Grey’s Promo for generously providing me with an advance copy. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review. Read more of my reviews on anna reads here

  7. 4 out of 5

    Caro

    Reading the Callahan Family Series was really fun. And it's kinda sad that this is the last book because what a journey this series and this book have been. As the youngest, Anna has had a hard time. She's the only member of the family who's not partaking in the baseball business. Her family also seems less supportive of her dreams. But she is such a wonderful character and I absolutely loved reading her story. She's a feisty and confident person who fights for what she believes in. Yet, she care Reading the Callahan Family Series was really fun. And it's kinda sad that this is the last book because what a journey this series and this book have been. As the youngest, Anna has had a hard time. She's the only member of the family who's not partaking in the baseball business. Her family also seems less supportive of her dreams. But she is such a wonderful character and I absolutely loved reading her story. She's a feisty and confident person who fights for what she believes in. Yet, she cares about her family, which puts her in a difficult situation, not trying to hurt them by making her own decisions. And Clark, where do I start. After reading the Control Artist, I was already intrigued and even more excited for this book. He's a character with so many layers other than being handsome and charming. The baggage of the messy childhood he's carrying took a toll on him. And it made my heart break a little. I really liked Clark. It amazes me how Carrie Aarons manages to write all these fantastic characters every time. It's like there's no way you could possibly dislike them. The fact that Clark's so passionate about the sport, pouring his all into it and just generally being awesome, definitely puts him high on my favourite heroes list. Saying this one would be a scorcher, the author did not lie. The protagonists' chemistry was beyond anything I could've been prepared for. I loved how much we got to experience each of them and how much we got to enjoy Anna and Clark together. But let me tell you, it was a ride. I genuinely enjoyed every second of reading this book. I went through so many emotions, but it was awesome. Thanks to Carrie Aarons and Grey’s Promo for generously providing me with an advance copy. It did not influence my opinion in any way.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah~ Book Obsession Confessions

    4.25 STARS Clark is the playboy pro pitcher for the baseball team that Anna’s family runs, works for and plays for. Her immediate and extended family are involved with the team in some form. So, him being a known playboy, older and her cousins best friend makes him very off limits. I think that makes it all the more appealing. The forbidden is so very tempting. Anna and Clark are pulled towards each other and start hooking up in secret. Clark is surprised and loves how matter of fact Anna is about 4.25 STARS Clark is the playboy pro pitcher for the baseball team that Anna’s family runs, works for and plays for. Her immediate and extended family are involved with the team in some form. So, him being a known playboy, older and her cousins best friend makes him very off limits. I think that makes it all the more appealing. The forbidden is so very tempting. Anna and Clark are pulled towards each other and start hooking up in secret. Clark is surprised and loves how matter of fact Anna is about sex, her attitude and comments are so refreshing to him and to me as the reader. She is a woman unafraid of her sexuality and not allowing anyone’s opinion to hold her back or shame her. I absolutely loved this aspect of the character and story! I loved that Clark recognizes it as being special and impressive. Clark had a rough childhood. His mother was awful, his father suffered terrible depression. He believes love is a weakness and that he is incapable of having a serious relationship without hurting the person. The two start to really get to know each other and it’s really fun and entertaining. Their chemistry is amazing, their interactions are cute and the banter is great. Obviously there’s a few bumps in the road, his ideas of what he’s capable of and her family’s opinion of them as a couple carry consequences. It was a warm, fun and sexy romance. I love the characters, their story had some fresh aspects that made it stand out from the usual forbidden/bad boy sports romance. The secondary characters, the large extended family add warmth, laughs and heart to the story. It was a really enjoyable, easy read. I like the writing style and look forward to reading more by this author.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Millennial Life Crisis Bookshelf - Samantha

    Loving the Callahan family! With every book, I continue to be obsessed with this fictional family and love each character more and more! Anna has always been determined to make it outside of her family’s name and fortune. Finishing her degree and going to work as a nurse, she feels accomplished while also trying to establish boundaries with her family. Clark has pretty much decided that he will be the playboy of the team no matter how old he gets. One of the older members of the team, he seems t Loving the Callahan family! With every book, I continue to be obsessed with this fictional family and love each character more and more! Anna has always been determined to make it outside of her family’s name and fortune. Finishing her degree and going to work as a nurse, she feels accomplished while also trying to establish boundaries with her family. Clark has pretty much decided that he will be the playboy of the team no matter how old he gets. One of the older members of the team, he seems to be getting sick of the playboy life but doesn’t ever see himself settling down, until he sees Anna at a bar and decides to take a chance on the feelings that he’s felt for her in secret. I love how Anna finally takes charge of her life and distances herself from her family, and while Clark initially lets his past take hold of his thoughts and dictate things, he gets his act together and gets his HEA with Anna. I hope that Carrie continues this series or at least this book world because I love these characters and her books! I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tanja OMGReads

    I've read all the books in this series and when the time came to read this one I was a bit skeptical because I’m always wary of age gap romance. But just like all the books before this one this too was a great read. I really liked Clark in previous books; his boyish charm and easy going attitude spoke to me. Not so much the playboy way but no one can be perfect right? But in this book we get to see that there is so much more under the surface. He's battling his demons and getting involved with A I've read all the books in this series and when the time came to read this one I was a bit skeptical because I’m always wary of age gap romance. But just like all the books before this one this too was a great read. I really liked Clark in previous books; his boyish charm and easy going attitude spoke to me. Not so much the playboy way but no one can be perfect right? But in this book we get to see that there is so much more under the surface. He's battling his demons and getting involved with Anna seems to keep them at bay. She herself has her own matters to fight without adding his problems to her plate. But she is unable to stay away and when they start opening up to each other we finally get to realize that they are meant to be. Another book in an amazing series and I hope this continues because I fell in love with this small town and its residence and hope we’ll see more of them in the future. ***Review copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads Blog***

  11. 4 out of 5

    Karla Lopez

    Y’all trust me when I say this that Carrie Aarons NEVER DISAPPOINTS!! Ugh so good. I’m sad because this is the last book, but it went out in such a good note. I adored each couple in this series, but each one just kept getting better and better. Anna was so relatable and lovable. I connected with her in so many levels and it was a pleasure to read her character. I admire how patient she was with Clark. She never gave up on him even when he’d reject her. She never acted on anger, but understandin Y’all trust me when I say this that Carrie Aarons NEVER DISAPPOINTS!! Ugh so good. I’m sad because this is the last book, but it went out in such a good note. I adored each couple in this series, but each one just kept getting better and better. Anna was so relatable and lovable. I connected with her in so many levels and it was a pleasure to read her character. I admire how patient she was with Clark. She never gave up on him even when he’d reject her. She never acted on anger, but understanding. She was a breath of fresh air. Definitely one of my favorite heroines I’ve read this year. Clark is amazing and beautiful. Even with his reputation, he still had something about him that made me swoon so hard for him. Once we broke his shell, he was gentle and loving in so many ways. It’s crazy he ever thought he was unlovable. This couple will stay with me for a very long time. Even with all the back and forth they both fought for the love they wanted so hard. It also made my heart so happy to see the other couples. 😍 Highly recommend the whole series!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Tagging up has sparks flying between the main characters, Clark and Anna from the first chapter. This small-town romance is entertaining and enchanting. I love Anna's strength and independence. The loyal and intense soul that Clark possesses is unavoidably attractive. I truly enjoyed reading this sports romance. Carrie Aarons' themes of family, friendship, and forgiveness make the book a timeless treasure. The love and loyalty found in the Callahan Family is tested but remains strong despite the Tagging up has sparks flying between the main characters, Clark and Anna from the first chapter. This small-town romance is entertaining and enchanting. I love Anna's strength and independence. The loyal and intense soul that Clark possesses is unavoidably attractive. I truly enjoyed reading this sports romance. Carrie Aarons' themes of family, friendship, and forgiveness make the book a timeless treasure. The love and loyalty found in the Callahan Family is tested but remains strong despite the circumstances. Tagging Up is the fifth book in this series and the only one I have read to date. I will make it a point to go back and read the rest of the books in this series because the characters are irresistible.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Vivien Parry

    Hitting a home run! Anna Callahan has been getting to forge her own path and going into nursing rather than joining the family business - baseball. It's her relationship with baseball that brings her into contact with Clark Nyle, pitcher extraordinaire! Their chemistry is off the charts but he's a womanizer and she's only 23! What happens when they start to catch feelings? Will they fall together or fall apart? How will the family handle them together? This was a thrilling read that had me booked Hitting a home run! Anna Callahan has been getting to forge her own path and going into nursing rather than joining the family business - baseball. It's her relationship with baseball that brings her into contact with Clark Nyle, pitcher extraordinaire! Their chemistry is off the charts but he's a womanizer and she's only 23! What happens when they start to catch feelings? Will they fall together or fall apart? How will the family handle them together? This was a thrilling read that had me booked from the start. The characters were both trying to escape childhood experiences and managed to find that redemption in each other! A true HEA that was much deserved!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Tania's Book Blog

    Anna and Clark were so good together!!!! She was his best friend cousin and she was so protected by her parents. Clark was the forever bachelor until he met Anna. They always knew each other and were friends but no one not even them expected for a relationship to develop between them and being each other’s forever. They had their ups and downs, obstacles they needed to get over and some close to them that at first didn’t agree to their relationship but after seeing how they were together everyon Anna and Clark were so good together!!!! She was his best friend cousin and she was so protected by her parents. Clark was the forever bachelor until he met Anna. They always knew each other and were friends but no one not even them expected for a relationship to develop between them and being each other’s forever. They had their ups and downs, obstacles they needed to get over and some close to them that at first didn’t agree to their relationship but after seeing how they were together everyone accepted them. Their relationship was so real and they were so good for each other. Loved it!!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    •Cici• Theory of A Dreamer Book Blog♥

    Having read Ms.Aarons' work before I always look forward to picking up her books! I've been wanting to get into this series and as soon as this one was announced I knew i had to read it! I enjoyed this story so much! Anna and Clark's journey had me feeling so many things! It wasn't easy for these two. I wasn't sure how their story was going to play out and that got me into it even more. I was so glad to get into the Callahan Family world! With Tagging Up, Ms.Aarons has created a great read! I can' Having read Ms.Aarons' work before I always look forward to picking up her books! I've been wanting to get into this series and as soon as this one was announced I knew i had to read it! I enjoyed this story so much! Anna and Clark's journey had me feeling so many things! It wasn't easy for these two. I wasn't sure how their story was going to play out and that got me into it even more. I was so glad to get into the Callahan Family world! With Tagging Up, Ms.Aarons has created a great read! I can't wait to go back and read the previous books in this series! *I volunteered to read and review a copy of this book from Grey's Promotions / the author*

  16. 5 out of 5

    jos (sportschicreads)

    Brb while I cry because The Callahan Family series is over 🥺⁣ ⁣ This series will always have a special place in my heart because it is a sports romance series set in a small town 🥰⁣ ⁣ Tagging Up was the cherry on top!⁣ ⁣ Clark & Anna were an unlikely pairing and reminded me a bit of Garrett & Dahlia from Control Artist!⁣ ⁣ Carrie packed the steam into this one and makes you fall for the couple instantly.⁣ I also enjoyed bits and pieces of the other couples in this one 🥰

  17. 4 out of 5

    mimi_reads

    I just loved Anna and Clark! Anna is such a caring person and she is just perfect for her leading man. I liked getting to see Clark’s past and seeing why he plays up the rich athlete playboy role. I’m sad that this is the end of the Callahan’s, I’ve enjoyed this series and getting to know this family. Can’t wait to see what Carrie Aarons has for us next!

  18. 5 out of 5

    The Book Lover

    My favorite book out of the 5 in the series, I couldn't put it down.. Miss Aarons outdid herself and saved the best for last! My favorite book out of the 5 in the series, I couldn't put it down.. Miss Aarons outdid herself and saved the best for last!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tatiana

    ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Charming, heartfelt and emotional, this story features excellent characters and an entertaining plot. If you've not discovered Carrie Aarons before? Why not! Tagging Up is book 5 in the Callahans series and can be read as a stand-alone but I think it would be better to read the others in the series and you won’t be disappointed! I really enjoyed reading this series, and getting to know the Callahan Family. Tagging Up, is the perfect conclusion to this wonderful story. You all are going t ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Charming, heartfelt and emotional, this story features excellent characters and an entertaining plot. If you've not discovered Carrie Aarons before? Why not! Tagging Up is book 5 in the Callahans series and can be read as a stand-alone but I think it would be better to read the others in the series and you won’t be disappointed! I really enjoyed reading this series, and getting to know the Callahan Family. Tagging Up, is the perfect conclusion to this wonderful story. You all are going to fall in love with Clark and Anna. Because they are 🔥 🔥 🔥 The love and bond they share is truly magical. The tension between them is sizzling right from the off even if they agree that being together is a terrible idea, but Clark and Anna just can't help themselves. Clark and Anna's chemistry is off the charts, but there are a few things they have to consider - their age gap, the fact that he plays for her family’s team and that he is best friend with her brother. And let's not forget the baggage he has from his past. Clark had a rough upbringing and has never thought he was worthy of being loved. Clark is a pitcher for the Callihan family team, he has the reputation as a notorious playboy, who is steering clear of relationships and commitments. Not even his friends take him seriously. He is just a "fun" guy. That is until Anna comes along. Anna is the youngest of the family and is overprotected by everybody. She has a career in nursing, while trying to figure out a way to prove she is a grownup and can live on her own. Anna has had a crush on Clark since she was a teenager so of course she will jump at the chance to have a night with him. Anna and Clark have an instant connection and decide to start as a no strings attached arrangement. They are wonderful together and even though they have known each other for years, they really do not know much about the other. The chemistry between them is hot and intense. But they have a lot of obstacles to get over first. I love the fact they each open up and become real with each other and even when issues arise they only really want what’s best for each other. Their romance was such a perfect finale to this series! I honestly, loved every single thing about this book! I loved seeing the past characters from previous books and how they are all part of the bigger world that Aarons has created with the Callahan family. This is a well written story which is sweet, heartfelt, heartwarming, and emotional, with secrets, family, drama, and love, which leads to a steamy all-consuming read. Five stars isn’t enough for this book. Highly recommended. *** An Advanced Review Copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Karissa

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. ***May contain Spoilers*** In this conclusion of the Callahan Family series we get to take a journey with Clark and Anna. Clark Nyle is the stereotypical heartthrob athlete. He is incredibly sexy, hard-working, charming, and a little bit damaged underneath the cocky, playboy persona he projects to the world. Clark is the man every Jersey chaser wants to catch but can’t. While he revels in the attention and is not shy about his many co I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. ***May contain Spoilers*** In this conclusion of the Callahan Family series we get to take a journey with Clark and Anna. Clark Nyle is the stereotypical heartthrob athlete. He is incredibly sexy, hard-working, charming, and a little bit damaged underneath the cocky, playboy persona he projects to the world. Clark is the man every Jersey chaser wants to catch but can’t. While he revels in the attention and is not shy about his many conquests he is not a repeat customer. He doesn’t do relationships, feelings, or any type of emotional intimacy. This aversion was learned in his youth from parents that showed him that love is a destructive force to your mind, body, and soul. Anna Callahan, the baby in her generation, is a caregiver in her soul. She defied the family status quo and became a nurse in lieu of working for/in the Pistons organization. Anna is stunning, but her good looks cannot outshine the light and goodness she brings to the world. She is smart, determined, dedicated, sassy, and (as the youngest) has been sheltered by her entire family. She yearns for the freedom to chase her dreams and goals without the guilt trips or dejected looks from her parents. Her caring nature can be a roadblock when faced with hurting or disappointing those she loves as she strives to forge her own path. Clark and Anna have a long history being in the same orbit. They have been in the same circles as one another since she was 16 and he was new to the league and Pistons organization. Now almost a decade later he is a seasoned player and she is working full time after getting her Master’s degree. It is here where their story truly begins with a chance meeting in the local bar to chase away a hard day. Within a few minutes it is like a veil has been peeled back, their chemistry ignites, and they throw all inhibitions to the wayside. In the aftermath of their moment Clark is torn by loyalty to his chosen family and the team as well as his unexpected burning need for Anna. Clark and Anna must navigate not only their feelings and growing bond, but how to deal with the many complications their relationship will bring just by being who they are within the Piston’s organization. Will they let fear and the opinions of others dictate their relationship? Will they choose to love and be wholly loved in return? All this drama and more can be found in this final installment of the Callahan Series.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Shipman ~ Two Book Pushers

    Tagging Up is the fifth book in the Callahan Family series by Carrie Aarons. I do believe this is the last book in the series but there is potential for more so here’s hoping! Each book can be read as standalone but I recommend reading the series since they are all unique in their own ways. Clark was there drowning his sorrows. Anna was there after losing a patient. Two single friends. A little bit too much drinking. Some pent up lust. This book starts out with a bang and I am here for it. Clark Tagging Up is the fifth book in the Callahan Family series by Carrie Aarons. I do believe this is the last book in the series but there is potential for more so here’s hoping! Each book can be read as standalone but I recommend reading the series since they are all unique in their own ways. Clark was there drowning his sorrows. Anna was there after losing a patient. Two single friends. A little bit too much drinking. Some pent up lust. This book starts out with a bang and I am here for it. Clark knew it shouldn’t have happened. Anna is his best friend’s little sister. She was off-limits and he was so not a relationship guy. He never went back twice. And he has known Anna since she was only sixteen. She was too young for him even if she was twenty-three now and he was thirty. She deserves someone who could give her more than one night. She was beautiful, sweet, witty, and didn’t let anyone especially him bullshit her. She told it how it was. And now, Anna was telling him that she is a woman who knows what she wants and it’s more sex with him. Without strings. Without telling her cousin, Walker. It’s none of anyone else’s business. Anna was tired of everyone treating her like a child. A fragile child who can’t make her own decisions. She was a nurse for f*ck’s sake. She might be the baby of the family but she wasn’t some kind of princess. She was a badass who has wanted Clark since she was seventeen years old and if sex was all he was willing to give, she will take it. In the bathroom. In bed. In a plane. Up against the wall. You get my point. But she also wants to show him that he is good enough. He deserves more. But what will happen when feelings latch on? I have been slowly falling for Clark throughout the series and his story was so worth the wait! This man has layers. He isn’t just the team playboy and fun guy. He is so much more. And Anna, I love her too. Together, they are fire and complications. It’s one hell of a ride! Quotes: I will never, not until the day I die, forget the look on his face when he stepped into me and grabbed the back of my neck. It was possessive, so fucking hot, and like he knew exactly how I wanted to be kissed. My soul must be floating somewhere up above my body, because I swear I just died. Fucking died and went to lust heaven, because holy Christ, Clark Nyle is dirty talking to me. “You have no idea how good you can be.”

  22. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Barnes

    THE REVIEW FOR THE BOOK: Tagging Up GENRE: Contemporary Romance AUTHOR: Carrie Aarons TROPE: contemporary romance, sports romance, age-gap TYPE: Callahan Family #5 POV: Multiple POV MY RATING: 5.0 Stars Anna Callahan is the youngest in her family. As an ER nurse, she’s broken away from the family mold and forged her own path. She desperately wants to live independently and away from the watchful eye of her family (whom she still lives with). Clark is a seasoned pitcher in his prime who plays for the Ca THE REVIEW FOR THE BOOK: Tagging Up GENRE: Contemporary Romance AUTHOR: Carrie Aarons TROPE: contemporary romance, sports romance, age-gap TYPE: Callahan Family #5 POV: Multiple POV MY RATING: 5.0 Stars Anna Callahan is the youngest in her family. As an ER nurse, she’s broken away from the family mold and forged her own path. She desperately wants to live independently and away from the watchful eye of her family (whom she still lives with). Clark is a seasoned pitcher in his prime who plays for the Callahan owned baseball team. He’s a notorious player and womanizer with no inclination to ever settle down. Anna and Clark have run in the same circles for years. Clark is best friends with Anna’s cousin so they’re friendly…but don’t really know each other. One night at a bar right before Christmas, the pair find themselves alone and mourning together for their own reasons. One thing leads to another… This book was really easy to read and really difficult to try and put down. There are some moments in the book were it was so steamy that I had to take a break. The author doesn’t hold back with these characters; we get spice right at the beginning. I lived Anna and how independent she was. She could have taken the easy route and taken a job with the baseball team like literally every other person in her family. It’s tough for her to be the youngest and under the watchful eye of her parents. They want what’s best for her, she just desperate for her ow space. Clark is a man with a dark past. His mother was truly a villain if I’ve ever read one. That woman had no soul. Clark was so terrified of becoming her, it caused him to hold back who he really was. Anna and Clark were pure fire. The two of them together was both romantic and erotic. If you’re a fan of sports romance, then you’re going to love this story. I love when the couple has to keep their relationship a secret. I was provided with an advanced reader copy in exchange for an honest review.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Emma Weekes

    POV: First person / Dual Genre: Sports Romance (Baseball) / Small town / Age Gap / Secret|Forbidden Relationship Clark and Anna - these two- Swoon! Clark is the pitcher for the professional baseball team that Anna’s family own and run, he’s older, a playboy and emotionally damaged as a result of his upbringing, but underneath he’s loyal, protective and an all round good human. Anna is the youngest of the Callahan brood and surrounded by overbearing relatives. As an ER nurse, she’s broken away fro POV: First person / Dual Genre: Sports Romance (Baseball) / Small town / Age Gap / Secret|Forbidden Relationship Clark and Anna - these two- Swoon! Clark is the pitcher for the professional baseball team that Anna’s family own and run, he’s older, a playboy and emotionally damaged as a result of his upbringing, but underneath he’s loyal, protective and an all round good human. Anna is the youngest of the Callahan brood and surrounded by overbearing relatives. As an ER nurse, she’s broken away from the career path her family expected and has forged her own path. She desperately wants independence and to live alone, yet her kind hearted nature keeps her at home and under the watchful eye of her family. Anna is beautiful, smart and witty, and completely off limits to Clark. As his best friends youngest cousin and a member of the family who own his team, he knows he should keep his distance but one night at a bar right, Clark and Anna find themselves alone and mourning together for their own reasons. And you guessed it, one thing leads to another… From their first night there’s an instant attraction and despite the walls Clark tried to put up, every time they meet sexual tension builds and explodes. Clark’s willpower is strong but in the end he just can’t fight his desire and lust, and takes everything Anna is offering him. What starts as a no strings deal soon becomes more but with Clark’s inner demons and Anna’s protective family nothing is straight forward and easy, but then… nothing worth having ever is. Tagging Up was a well written and heartfelt romance, filled with steam, drama, passion, and emotional baggage. Note: This is the fifth book in the Callahan series, I haven’t read the first four books (yet) and can assure you that Tagging Up can easily be read as a standalone.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    As being the youngest sibling of the Callihan family, Anna has always been looked out for and overly protected by her family. In a way she is sheltered and tired of not being able to live her life on her own terms. Anna tries to step up and find her way in life, craving her independence it will be hard to convince her family that this is something she can do. While I might have gotten aggravated with her parents’ behavior, I always understand their hesitancy to let her go, the fear a parent has As being the youngest sibling of the Callihan family, Anna has always been looked out for and overly protected by her family. In a way she is sheltered and tired of not being able to live her life on her own terms. Anna tries to step up and find her way in life, craving her independence it will be hard to convince her family that this is something she can do. While I might have gotten aggravated with her parents’ behavior, I always understand their hesitancy to let her go, the fear a parent has when a child gets sick stays with you for a while and in this case, it has clouded their judgment when it came to Anna. Clark is a professional baseball player for the Callihan family, his best friend is Walker who is Anna’s cousin, so things are kind of taboo as they enter this arrangement to be together. Clark came from a rough past with parents who were rarely there for him and never really showed him what a relationship or love was like. He is always afraid that he will end up like his mother, hurting those that care about him, so he treads carefully never letting anyone in too close. Clark and Anna become very close, the attraction and chemistry is off the charts, but can things progress? Will Clark let Anna in and can they be open with her family? They both don’t want to hurt each other or her family, but they can’t seem to stop with each other so what will happen? Will they stand for each other or walk away? I loved this story and I think it and Clark are my absolute favorite of the series. Watching Anna stand up for herself and go after she wants was also amazing and these two were pure perfection!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Misty (Reds Romance Reviews)

    Clark Nyle is the one man she shouldn't be attracted to, the one man she definitely shouldn't get involved with... but she does. He's kind of forbidden as he plays for her families' team and is her cousin's best friend. But one night while wallowing in her own misery at the bar, he pulls up a seat beside her, they talk, she admits something that should have never left her lips and things just spiral from there. They know they are playing with fire... but living on the dangerous side of things ha Clark Nyle is the one man she shouldn't be attracted to, the one man she definitely shouldn't get involved with... but she does. He's kind of forbidden as he plays for her families' team and is her cousin's best friend. But one night while wallowing in her own misery at the bar, he pulls up a seat beside her, they talk, she admits something that should have never left her lips and things just spiral from there. They know they are playing with fire... but living on the dangerous side of things has never looked so good! Tagging Up is story of taking chances, finding your independence, healing old wounds, and embracing love. Clark and Anna planned on only one night of no-strings fun, but one night turned into many more, and before long that "just for fun" turned into something a whole lot more. They knew it would cause an uproar if they were found out, but they just couldn't stay away from one another, the connection was just too great, and felt far too right! Clark never planned on forever with anyone, but suddenly he starts to consider it with Anna... but old memories start to cloud his mind and cause him trouble. Can he really do forever or is he like his parents? This beautifully written romance had my heartstrings pulled tight the whole way through, these two found themselves in an impossible situation and I felt every bit of their torment and heartache. If you like dramatic, passionate, and emotionally charged romances then you will love every single second of this one... it's words will torture you in the best possible way! Highly recommend! I requested an advanced copy of this title from the publisher, and I am voluntarily leaving my honest and unbiased opinion.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer DeJong

    When you are the youngest in a big family, you tend to have everyone taking care of you. The last thing you want is to be sheltered but you don’t have much choice. That is what Anna has dealt with all her life. As she sits in a bar dealing with the fact, she is trying to get out from under it all she has a chance meeting with one guy she should stay away from, baseball player Clark. Clark plays for the team her family owns and is one of her cousin’s best friends. Yet, the connection for them is When you are the youngest in a big family, you tend to have everyone taking care of you. The last thing you want is to be sheltered but you don’t have much choice. That is what Anna has dealt with all her life. As she sits in a bar dealing with the fact, she is trying to get out from under it all she has a chance meeting with one guy she should stay away from, baseball player Clark. Clark plays for the team her family owns and is one of her cousin’s best friends. Yet, the connection for them is so instant and strong neither can deny it. So, the set out on a secret fling after that first scorching night. The problem is secrets don’t tend to stay secrets for long. What happens once their relationship is discovered. I love how caring Anna is. She has the perfect attitude and love that a nurse should have. That caring nature is for all those that are important in her life. Clark is your typical hot baseball player. He knows that he is amazing, and he also has skeletons in his closet that make him relationship shy. Truthfully, I really like these two together. She has a way to help bring the best out of Clark while he protects her in a way that she wants and not like her family. This was my first book by Carrie, and it was great! I loved all the writing aspects of it and even though this is in a series, it worked out perfectly as a standalone. I don’t feel like I missed anything not reading the other books.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I love any book that gives me strong feelings, whether it’s happiness, frustration, sadness or lust! This one gave me that whole range, and then some. I’m usually a read-a-series-in-order kinda gal, but Tagging Up is the first of the Callahan series that I’ve read, and that honestly made me happy. I was glad that I didn’t have an preconceived notions about any of the characters, but especially Clark and Anna. We’re told that Clark is a playboy, but we don’t see that on the pages of this book. Al I love any book that gives me strong feelings, whether it’s happiness, frustration, sadness or lust! This one gave me that whole range, and then some. I’m usually a read-a-series-in-order kinda gal, but Tagging Up is the first of the Callahan series that I’ve read, and that honestly made me happy. I was glad that I didn’t have an preconceived notions about any of the characters, but especially Clark and Anna. We’re told that Clark is a playboy, but we don’t see that on the pages of this book. All we see is a guy who’s dealing with his feelings about his dysfunctional family and his desire for Anna. And Anna knows what she wants…independence and Clark…and she’s determined to have them both. I loved their connection and their banter, not to mention their smoking hot chemistry. But above all that, they are so good for each other. Their struggles are similar in that while they don’t want to disappoint people…her parents and his best friend/her cousin…they also need to do what’s right for themselves. I know I’ll go back and read the rest of the series, but I’m not sure I can love any other couple like I do Anna and Clark. Carrie Aarons sucked me into their orbit from page one and never let me go. From dialogue to character development…two things that really elevate a story for me…this is a book I loved and was sad to see end. But Tagging Up is going on my list of favorite reads of the year.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sunny Shelly Reads

    After getting to know Clark a bit as a side character in Dahlia and Griffin's book (Control Artist), I was excited to see him get his own story. Anna is a character I honestly didn't expect to be a heroine in the Callahan Family series since she was kind of just casually mentioned in the previous books. But OH. MY. GOSH. Together, Clark and Anna are fire! Anna is the youngest cousin amongst the extended Callahan family, the owners of the MLB team for which Clark pitches. She's led a very sheltere After getting to know Clark a bit as a side character in Dahlia and Griffin's book (Control Artist), I was excited to see him get his own story. Anna is a character I honestly didn't expect to be a heroine in the Callahan Family series since she was kind of just casually mentioned in the previous books. But OH. MY. GOSH. Together, Clark and Anna are fire! Anna is the youngest cousin amongst the extended Callahan family, the owners of the MLB team for which Clark pitches. She's led a very sheltered life as a result but is ready to strike out on her own. She's been around Clark for years, and a night at the local bar where they are both drinking away their pain leads to a steamy quickie in his sports car. And then another quickie at a party. And then another... Being friends with benefits suits them both well since she is focused on her career as a nurse and he is a commitaphobe with major emotional baggage stemming from a difficult childhood. But Anna brings out a sweet, vulnerable side to this playboy, and it's so amazing to see the two of them together. For a while, their agreement works, and they keep their fling on the DL, but when feelings get involved and their relationship is exposed, Clark goes running rather than face the music. I am sad to see the Callahan Family series come to an end! I have loved spending time with the Callahans and the Packton players! I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Loredana

    Carrie Aarons did something in this book I didn't think was possible. She made me like a character I found reprehensible in previous books from this series. Without spoiling the story for anyone, I will share that the book is named very appropriately. Both characters are "stuck". And the most striking part of it all is that they are stuck by the bars of the prison they have allowed to be created around them, built either through care, reputation, dear, or self-defense. After giving myself a day o Carrie Aarons did something in this book I didn't think was possible. She made me like a character I found reprehensible in previous books from this series. Without spoiling the story for anyone, I will share that the book is named very appropriately. Both characters are "stuck". And the most striking part of it all is that they are stuck by the bars of the prison they have allowed to be created around them, built either through care, reputation, dear, or self-defense. After giving myself a day or two to truly digest the book. I think what stuck most with me is the idea that we often allow things that have happened in our past to hinder us. Sometimes it's hurt sustained and other times it's someone else's care. While looking in it can be so easy to see how to "free" yourself of these confines, being the one held captive to this cyclical situation is anything but easy. You're almost conditioned to be a certain way or stay in a certain role because venturing outside of those confines is scary and potentially more harmful. But that is when growth occurs. In short, Clark and Anna are the same and this is how I see them. Maybe it won't appear so at first blush, but they most both break free to find their true selves and determine what path they should take rather than what they believed has been pre-destined for them. It was a great series and you'll see some of your favorite characters throughout. Read the last installment and bid them a teary adieu!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Edie L.

    Tagging Up by Carrie Aarons With every book I read from this author I become more and more of a fan. This autor with this book she has done something very little do and that is making you feel like you are the one telling the story. Without spoiling the story for anyone, here is what I think of this amazingly written book. Tagging Up is a book of two people who are stuck. Wether it being stuck due to self-defense, reputation or a prison that has been created around them. The part of the book that Tagging Up by Carrie Aarons With every book I read from this author I become more and more of a fan. This autor with this book she has done something very little do and that is making you feel like you are the one telling the story. Without spoiling the story for anyone, here is what I think of this amazingly written book. Tagging Up is a book of two people who are stuck. Wether it being stuck due to self-defense, reputation or a prison that has been created around them. The part of the book that hit home the most was the fact that we often allow things that have happened in our past to hinder us and confine us. Clark and Anna they are an example of no matter how hard you fight an attraction and a connection to somebody else, if it is meant to be, it will. They are both trying to get away from the shadow of their parents-Anna wants her independence and Clark wants to feel better about his father and his dysfunctional mother. They both have careers that put them front and center into intense situations-Anna is a nurse and Clark is a professional ball player who Anna has had a crush on. Clark is broken, and wants to do everything in his power to not hurt those he loves. That on its own makes him someone you can respect. Anna is a woman who is grounded and yet feisty and makes her so relatable. This we such amazing book I can’t recommend it enough. I was extremely lucky to have received an ARC from Grey’s Promotions.

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