Title: Wishbone
Trilogy: Book 1 in the Game On trilogy
Author: Lisa Sommers
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 3, 2016

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Cover photographer: Shauna Kruse
Cover model: Matthew Hosea    and
Believing in the odds on the outcome of a wishbone, Alli closes her eye’s and makes a wish.
There comes a time when enough is enough. Beautiful but broken-hearted, Alli Bane was picking up the pieces of her shattered life when she met Chris during a layover in Dallas. His heated flirtations peeled back her scheduled, prim and proper demeanor, leading to a night of passion like she had never known. And then he was gone.
Chris, a.k.a. Shane McCall, ace pitcher for the San Diego Sun Devils, fell head-over-heels with her.  Due to unexpected circumstances, Shane loses all contact with Alli until he spots her on the kiss-cam during his last game of the season.
Reuniting with Alli does not go as well as expected when he finds her with another man. Determined to make her realize that she is the one for him, Shane pulls out all the stops when he makes it his mission to win her over. Game on . . .



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2.5 - 3 stars

Wishbone was my first book by L. Sommer's. It was a fast read for me. I picked it up because I like sports romance books. 

This book had a lot going on story wise. Alli is fed up with her boyfriend, so she leaves him to move with her friend across the county in San Diego. While on a layover she meets Chris (who is also Shane). He is a famous baseball player, but she doesn't know who he is. They have one night and then he is called away to deal with family issues. They leave without saying goodbye.

Lucky Alli, because her BFF is also in with the baseball team, where she runs into none other than Chris/Shane. Too bad she is now dating his coach. Chris doesn't like this at all, and makes every effort to break them up.

When I say there is a lot going on plot wise... there is a lot. Cheating ex's. Cancer. Wrong names. Thrown out contacts. Death. Famous baseball players. At times, my head was spinning 

Overall it was an ok read.