Down Contact Seattle Lumberjacks ebook
This is probably one of the most decent sports themed (in the football realm of things) books I have read, as well as probably one of the most touching stories of growth written. Just reading about Zach's character and the genuinely kind man that is scarred from vicious words and a torrential childhood, broke my heat. His insecurities almost made me want to just hug the man and tell him that he is more special than he could possibly think he was. Even my heart broke for Kelsey's character. While her youth was misguided and it appeared that Karma reared her ugly head in her direction, I managed to feel proud of her in her journey to make amends with her past and with the one she knew she hurt the most. I truly rooted for these two throughout the book and was very pleased with the ending.
Of course, I did feel that the story dragged a little in places, but my issue with that was quite mild once all the story was told. I will say that the bumbling ways of Zach really touched me to where I actually cried in parts of this book. Definitely recommendable to a friend and I do strongly urge for others to read this book!