As I began reading “Play by Play” (A Play Makers Novella) by Kate Donavan, I was enjoying it - the introduction to the characters was light and fun. It’s great to have a hero that can laugh at himself and his situation. I understood Sophie's hesitancy to get involved but loved how she decided to become friends first before just writing off any sort of relationship.
As the book progressed, I liked the way their relationship developed. Although, I would have enjoyed a bit more insight into the time they spent together and Sophie’s point of view. The ending also seemed a bit rushed, and, although issues are resolved, I thought more explanation was needed. I suppose that being a novella is the reason.
Despite the feeling that the second half was missing something, I did enjoy the lightness of the book. It was a quick and easy read. ✔✔✔✔