• Meet Me at Half Court

  • All's Fair in Love and Sports Series
  • By: Julie L. Spencer
  • Narrated by: Christa Heiser
  • Length: 2 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

All’s fair in love and sports...until her boyfriend comes home.
 

Basketball was Christine’s ticket from high school to college and her dream of becoming a scientist. The cocky new kid at school was getting in her way, and into her heart.
 

Dylan knew his snarky new tutor was smart, gorgeous, and a great basketball player. He just didn’t realize she had a boyfriend, until after he kissed her.
 

Now he has a choice, play fair and wait for Eddie to screw up? Or fight to win back Christine’s heart?

©2019 Julie L. Spencer (P)2019 Julie L. Spencer

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held my attention

I enjoyed this young adult romance. There weren’t really recurring characters from the first book, but I was quickly drawn in to these characters and their story. There is definitely a few surprising aspects. It held my attention.

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Great!

Meet Me at Half Court is a really sweet YA story. The characters are realistic and interesting and the storyline has a nice pace and kept my pulled in with the turns it took. The narrator did a wonderful job throughout.

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Cute YA romance

Cute teen romance! I liked that it was about a girl who was very smart and very athletic. I didn’t love her devotion to her boyfriend who wasn’t a great influence. As a mom of an almost 17 year old girl I cringed a bit thinking how hard that has to be as a parent to watch. But the parents seemed to be fairly absent and very trusting.
All in all a good, quick listen! I liked it and would recommend for anyone who likes a clean YA romance.
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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Cute & Interesting Read

Cute story with some serious sides (which we’ve come to expect from Julie L. Spencer) that is a really good read for some lazy afternoon.
This narrator? So so good for this character!
Liked this one much more than the first!
The third one? I think I need to read like right now

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Sweet YA High School Sports Story

Story: 3.5 stars

A good story about a High School girl’s basketball player trying to choose between her boyfriend who just got out of jail and the new kid at the school who she has made a connection with.

It’s well-written enough that we connect with the characters and all the romance stays sweet.

Narrator: 3 stars

Ms. Heiser has a good voice for this story. She has the intonations of a female jock and that’s excellent, since those are the characters she is trying to bring to life! She reads well, with good pacing and expression. My only complaint is that there was no difference in her voices; everyone, male and female, sounded the same.

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very cute

Loved how skillful the MC is with ball. She doesn't miss a shot. But all the drama and heart-wrenching love triangles made this a very enjoyable read. I don't normally care for love triangles, but it was a cute story overall.

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Great high school HEA

This story is a great example of the bad boy next door who isn’t good. Definitely NOT a romantic misunderstood bad boy gone good for the girl. Julie L. Spencer did a great job at demonstrating how easy it is to get caught up in the moment and how deceptive a guy can be just to get what he wants. I loved this HEA with a strong athletic girl who has a good head on her shoulders! I wasn’t very impressed with the narrator. She did a decent job and the story flowed well but it was hard to follow who was speaking at times. Her voice for the females was too close to the male voices and there were times I thought it was the guy speaking. There just wasn’t enough distinction between the different speaking characters or narration parts. It was still a great listen as the story made up for the lacking narrator. I really enjoy this author!

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Cute YA clean romance. I liked the characters and the narrator did a great job. I would recommend.

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Meet Me at Half Court

Wonderful story of two teenagers falling in love. Learning to make the right decisions and becoming friends. It shows what teenagers have to go through in school now days. I loved the story and I highly recommend this.story. I was given a ARC of this book and this is my honest opinion.

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Meh

Story was a little annoying. It's hard to relate to and "root" for a girl who is an idiot. Christine is supposed to be a smart girl but waits 2 years for a guy who deals drugs. Yeah, no.

Narrator wasn't my favorite either.