Love All


  • Title: Love All
  • Author: Kelly Hashway
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 408
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Love All”

    1. I want to thank the author, Kelly Hashway, for providing me with a copy of this novella to read and review. Obtaining this book for free has in no way influenced my review or opinion.Blurb from :Seventeen-year-old Meg Flannigan wasn’t very lucky at love. In sophomore year, her idiotic boyfriend dumped her by making out with another girl in front of her locker. Ouch! Now a senior, and with a little more self-confidence, Meg catches the eye of not one, but two guys at school. Lucky! Both attend [...]

    2. Meg is a tennis freak, and is quite disciplined about practicing her game. She has a sure shot at making it to varsity if she keeps up her game. But there are undeniable and continual distractions! One of these is her main squeeze, Ash, a dreamy and sweet guy who she's sure is on the verge of blurting out the L word--love you!Noah Turner, a super confident and outgoing ace player is even more of a distraction because he won't leave Meg alone after never giving her the time of day before. Does he [...]

    3. Kelly Hashway proves that she cannot only write excellent YA zombie, necromancer, sci-fi books, but also love themes in Love All. Hashway blends love and sports in this three part series.Meg Flannigan is a tennis player in committed relationship with her boyfriend Asher. He’s a great boyfriend and on the verge of using the “L” word. Days before her senior year is to start another boy on her tennis team, Noah, starts to take notice of her. She’s had a crush on him for two years. He starts [...]

    4. Love All by Kelly Hashway is a great start to the Game Set Match Heartbreak series. The tennis scenes were so well-written, but the real standout in this novella was the characters. Meg is an authentic character in so many ways. Her conflicting feelings over two swoon-worthy boys was totally relatable. Asher or Noah? Well, I know who I would pick. I can't wait to read the rest of this series to find out who Megs picks!

    5. This book was so fun. Fun to live in Meg's head through all of the drama that goes on in this quick, enjoyable read. I felt every emotion right along with her and rooted for her in the big tennis match. Mostly, I really like Ash and want Noah to go away lol. Can't wait for the second instalment of this series. Bring it on!

    6. This is a really cute short story. What I love about it is it's a love triangle, and I could never decide which guy I was rooting for. One minute I wanted her with Ash and the next I wanted her with Noah. Once the action takes off it's full of suspense. I'm ready for Heartbreak Advantage!

    7. This is a fun, easy to read story. It's a novella so it is also a very quick read. It kind of ends abruptly so I guess the next book could really be the same book - the first chapter of the next book is at the end - you'll get what I mean when you read it.

    8. Boy was this a believable love triangle. Meg had a great guy, a really good boyfriend but here comes another hottie whose interested in her. What is a girl to do?

    9. I don't usually read novellas so this was a refreshing and quick read. I found it a tad hard to relate to Meg and her personal situation between boyfriend and old crush but that could have just been a personal thing. Overall, I think Hashway has a really great voice (loved it!) and I'm a sucker for sports movies and books. I think pacing is something one has to be very careful with in a novella. It's so short that we need a sort of climactic moment as well as a resolution. I think Hashway wrappe [...]

    10. Meg is a competitive and strong tennis player who wants to spend time with her best friend, Grayson, who needs help in tennis. Currently a love triangle is proving to be a great distraction. Meg is with Ash, but Noah won’t leave her alone. Both boys are gorgeous and have great qualities. This novella is a great beginning of a teen romance story.

    11. Love All - This was a very fast and entertaining read. The characters are easy to connect with and the romance and "teen" issues are true to life without being overly drama'd up. This was book one in the series and I can't wait to see what is in store next.

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