Review | Home Field Advantage by Liz Lincoln

Review | Home Field Advantage by Liz LincolnHome Field Advantage by Liz Lincoln
Series | Milwaukee Dragons #3
Release Date | July 16th, 2019
Published by Loveswept
Genres | Contemporary, Sports Romance
Format | ARC
Buy | Amazon
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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 exposé 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 she loves, but she still feels guilty about destroying his career. Now Quinn Lowry’s back, and he’s taking over her locker room, flashing his charming smile and reminding her exactly how hot they were together.
After two years out of the league, Quinn is sober and on the field again. He’s worked his ass off and he’s not going to blow his second chance, not even for the woman who broke his heart—twice. Having Natalie around is the last thing Quinn needs while he’s trying to prove he deserves to stay on the team.
Maybe one final night together will give them both some much-needed closure. But with Natalie’s boss pressuring her for another headline-grabbing scoop, can she admit to herself that she’s falling for Quinn all over again?


Second chance romances are my jam and this book has been sitting on my kindle for a while just waiting for me to read. These two definitely have some history and it’s a bit heartbreaking, I devoured every single page to finally get down to the bottom of what happened.

As eager as I was to learn both sides of their story, I truly enjoyed taking a look into their past and seeing how amazing they were together. It wasn’t long, but you could definitely tell how strong their connection was. So why did it have to end

I’m very much a believer of things happening for a reason, as heartbreaking as it was to visit their past, the time away was definitely something they needed. Quinn was at a point in his life where he needed to make some serious life changes or he’d lose everything. But now that he’s finally on his way towards getting through his addiction and just living a better life. He deserves to have all the happiness in the world.

As much as I did enjoy this one, we were definitely going in circles with these two. They really just needed to clear the air.

I think my favorite moments were the ones where they were doing something they both love and that’s working on old cars. It was another side to their relationship that I just absolutely loved. It simply two friends, hanging out and enjoying what they love to do.

Even though I didn’t love it as much as I hoped, I’m looking forward to the next book.

major thank you to the publisher for the complimentary copy in consideration for a review. this does not affect my opinion of the book or review.

About Liz Lincoln

Liz Lincoln has been concocting stories as long as she can remember, and from the beginning they involved two people falling in love. When she’s not writing, she spends her time rooting for the UW Badgers and the Green Bay Packers (or yearning for the return of football season), cross-stitching sassy sayings or nerdy characters (Wonder Woman is her favorite), and drinking too much Diet Coke. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with her husband, two kids, two cats, and a turtle.