Home Field Advantage

Home Field Advantage

Is the Dragons? new wide receiver: A) a fallen NFL star looking for a comeback, B) the sexy player your boss wants you to write an expos on, or C) the former love of your life? For Milwaukee Dragons beat reporter Natalie Griffith, he?s clearly D) all of the above. Three years ago, Natalie?s bombshell report on her ex-boyfriend?s off-the-field scandals landed her the job s Is the Dragons? new wide receiver: A) a fallen NFL star looking for a comeback, B) the sexy player your bo...

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Title:Home Field Advantage
Author:Liz Lincoln
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B07MFHHKMN
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:300 pages pages

Home Field Advantage Reviews

  • Taz
    May 21, 2019
    Quinn was riding high on life and ended up in rehab for his alcohol and pill abuse. He had to fight hard to get back to his NFL body and prove that he was back. Natalie was his college sweetheart who up and left him before he became an NFL star. Being thrown together Quinn and Natalie ...
  • Elizabeth
    Jul 16, 2019
    Home Field Advantage is part of the Milwaukee Dragons series but can be read as a standalone. Sports journalist Natalie Griffith and football player Quinn Lowry were madly in love in college until Natalie abruptly ended things with no explanation. Five years later, Natalie wrote an art...
  • Cheri
    Jul 15, 2019
    3.5 stars Maybe someone was listening to me when I complained about the covers in this series. For the first two books, the models were put into extremely awkward looking poses. Amazing bodies, but so awkward. Finally, here?s a cover with a relaxed pose and an amazing body. Yay! I...
  • Luisa Rivas
    Aug 02, 2019
    I love second chance stories, and if they?re matched with a sports romance, much better. Natalie and Quinn broke up eight years ago, and didn?t get any closure. Natalie just up and left, and next day sent a two sentence email breaking up with Quinn. Quinn went on to professional fo...
  • Karen
    May 11, 2019
    I've read a bunch of sports romances and they have a formula yet this story was a bit smarter and sharper. It was smarter because Natalie was more than a reporter for sports publication. She liked to work on antique cars. She was mechanical and loved the oldies. Quinn loved antique car...
  • Downward dog
    Jul 05, 2019
    http://www.cocktailsandbooks.com Thanks to the author for providing a copy of this book via Cocktails and Books and Netgalley. The opinions expressed are my own. I thoroughly enjoyed this passionate, slow burn, second chance romance. There are great dynamics and lots of chemistr...
  • Sue Galuska
    Jun 24, 2019
    Natalie Griffith is working her dream job at Sports and Leisure News Today (SLNT) as a sports beat writer under her idol, Ellen Blake. She has been assigned to follow the Milwaukee Dragons' football team for the season. What Natalie didn't expect was that Quinn Lowry, her ex, would now...
  • Heather
    Aug 02, 2019
    This is a funny and sad book that not only faces serious issues like addiction and divorce but also birth defects. All of the above seated neatly into a football romance ...
  • Deanna (Deanna Reads Books)
    May 18, 2019
    This review was originally posted on my review blog Deanna Reads Books I'm not much of a football fan (American football to clarify), hockey is more my jam, but I've definitely found the type of sexy adult romances that I am into -- Sports Romances! Home Field Advantage by Liz Lincol...
  • Heather Fineisen
    May 23, 2019
    A sexy romp through a fictitious NFL team. Quinn and Natalie were college sweethearts until Quinn's alcoholic ways became too much for football and Natalie. Now he's making a comeback and Natalie is the writer assigned to the team. Sizzles and delivers on story line. Copy provided b...
  • Leigh Kramer
    Jun 20, 2019
    The Milwaukee Dragons series is my kind of sports romance. It?s not afraid to examine the negative sides of the industry, which makes the stories that much more compelling. Case in point: Home Field Advantage. Dragons reporter Natalie dated football star Quinn back in college bef...
  • Laura
    Jun 16, 2019
    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** Writing books about addicts is a challenge. If you are too dismissive of the past, of their addiction, it feels like it's a plot point that was tossed in that the author didn't quite know what to do with. If it's too much ...
  • Kate ☀️ Olson
    Jun 01, 2019
    (free review copy) For this Wisconsin reader, the Milwaukee Dragons are a dream come true! I adore this series and all of the players and their love interests. This is the most emotionally vulnerable and feminist football team on earth ? This particular story is a whole lot of shoul...
  • Mary
    Jun 18, 2019
    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. This was an emotional book for me. It gives you a first hand view of what its like to not only acknowledge your addiction, the things you have to do fight that addiction, but to see yourself the way the world ...
  • Elizabeth
    Jul 09, 2019
    3.25 stars I truly enjoyed reading the first 2 Milwaukee Dragon books, so I was excited to revisit the team with Ms. Lincoln's third installment. Unfortunately, I didn't connect with Natalie and Quinn's story the way I had hoped. These two were college sweethearts until.... fast...
  • Danielle Cordsen
    Jul 05, 2019
    Home Field Advantage By: Liz Lincoln ????????? Can old hurts be turned into Love again? For two former loves that left so much pain and unanswered questions about what went wrong can they work together or tear each other apart? I really enjoyed this...
  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Jul 06, 2019
    Rating: 3.5 Stars I am all about second chances, and this story was filled with them. Quinn and Natalie thought they were each others' forever, but after Natalie left Quinn in the middle of the night without explanation, and then years later, wrote an expose on him, they both im...
  • Ruthie Taylor
    Jun 25, 2019
    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the third book in the series - and whilst you could read this as a stand alone, really, why would you not want to read the other two books first? Both players in those books are part of the team an...
  • WycEd Reader
    Aug 31, 2019
    Check out our Home Field Advantage post on Wicked Reads. Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team Mary Jo ? ???? This was an emotional book for me. It gives you a firsthand view of what it?s like to not only acknowledge your addiction, the things you have to do to...
  • Kym
    May 19, 2019
    3.5 stars Really enjoyed the concept here: mistakes made, struggling to regain what was lost, lots of ?self-work? to get back to where one can be truly happy with themselves, etc., but...it just seemed a little too redundant. At times, the points being made by both main characte...
  • Misty (Reds Romance Reviews)
    May 24, 2019
    Quinn Lowry has spent the last two years getting his life back on track, and regaining his focus on whats important to him... his football career. He once had everything he could want out of life, but his addictions got in the way and not only cost him his career, but also the woman wh...
  • Jacqueline Francis
    May 12, 2019
    Liz Lincoln can do no wrong and is a PURE GENIUS for thinking up the Milwaukee Dragons. Once again, another 10 star winner in this series. I adored the chemistry between the hero and heroine and am a sucker for a reunited lovers story. This book was not without its fair share of drama ...
  • Stacie Redinger
    Jul 16, 2019
    Natalie hasn?t seen Quinn since she left in the middle of the night while they were dating in college. Not only did she leave him with no explanation in college, she also wrote a story on him that landed her the job she had been dreaming of, and also landed her on Quinn?s bad side....
  • Adele Buck
    May 29, 2019
    I was *really* looking forward to this book, as I liked the preceding two in this series a whole lot. Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed by it, principally by the pacing. I don't mind having a second-chance couple's backstory come out in tiny little bits, having to figure it out a...
  • April
    Jun 09, 2019
    Liz Lincoln is a new author to me and I was excited to read this sports romance. Quinn is a football player who is given a second chance to play in the NFL after he screwed up due to his addiction to alcohol. Natalie is a professional sports reporter and she finally has landed her drea...
  • Diane McConnell
    May 12, 2019
    Quinn and Natalie have to forgive each other! Milwaukee Dragons football player Quinn Lowry is still angry with his ex-girlfriend sports writer Natalie Griffith for writing the article that got him suspended from playing football for two years for drug and alcohol abuse and he hadn?...
  • Jeeves
    Jul 07, 2019
    A steamy and deeply emotional second chance romance, Home Field Advantage shows that no matter how much time passes, two people who are meant to be can never truly lose the bond they once shared. The story follows Quinn, an NFL player making his return to the sport after getting sober....
  • Smut Report
    Jun 27, 2019
    Review also available at The Smut Report. Heat Factor: Epic Sex Marathon kicks up the heat dramatically at the 60% mark. Character Chemistry: They separately have identical parallel reactions to basically everything. Plot: She broke his heart years ago. Now they have to work toget...
  • Copper78
    Jun 03, 2019
    This is my first book by Liz Lincoln, so I wasn't sure what to expect going in, but I had read a sample and it hooked me so here we are. The first 25% of the book was pretty good, the H/h have a compelling history and there's clearly still strong attraction there on both sides. I loved...
  • Heather 123
    Jul 08, 2019
    Yawn... DNF 38% I tried, because I really liked the premise of the book, but it was incredibly boring. We're supposed to believe that Natalie and Quinn had this incredible history together, yet the author doesn't give us even a glimpse of that history. Why not show us the chemist...