MacKenzie Decker was a question Avery never got to ask, much less answer.
They met when she was a young reporter fueled by ambition, and the ink on Deck's first NBA contract was barely dry. Years later, they've climbed so high and lost so much, but one thing hasn't changed. The attraction that simmered between them in a locker room before is still there. With success like theirs, everything has been possible . . .except them.
But that was then.
The only question is...what about now?
4 Star Review by Ashley
I love Kennedy Ryan's Hoops series gang so seeing this side of the game was a true delight. Hoops Holiday was a delicious little read. It was sexy and fun and witty and had me glued to my kindle.
The first meeting between Avery and MacKenize was a mix of flirty and serious and I could feel the tension rippling right off the page. Flash forward a handful of years and these two are back in each other's orbit. And this time Mac is determined to get the chance he always wanted with Avery.
I liked that she was a little broken. That she had lived and suffered and still found a way to chase her dream. But she was scarred and held her pain like a badge of honor. Until MacKenzie, using his charm and kindness, got her to open up and share the burden on her heart.
This book was a slow-burning second chance romance that had me swooning and smiling rooting for these two to get on the same page. I think my favorite thing was that even when Hoops Holiday was over, their journey wasn't. It's still open to possibility and my fingers are crossed tight that Kennedy Ryan will bring me more of them.
About the Author
A Top 30 Amazon Bestseller, Kennedy Ryan writes about women from all walks of life, empowering them and placing them firmly at the center of each story and in charge of their own destinies. Her heroes respect, cherish and lose their minds for the women who capture their hearts.
She is a wife to her lifetime lover and mother to an extraordinary son. She has always leveraged her journalism background to write for charity and non-profit organizations, but enjoys writing to raise Autism awareness most. A contributor for Modern Mom Magazine and Frolic, Kennedy’s writings have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul, USA Today and many others. The founder and executive director of a foundation serving Atlanta Autism families, she has appeared on Headline News, Montel Williams, NPR and other media outlets as an advocate for families living with autism.
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