Making a Play (The Field Party, #5) by Abbi Glines

Making a Play (The Field Party, #5)

The fifth book in the #1 New York Times bestselling Field Party series—a southern soap opera with football, cute boys, and pick-up trucks—from USA TODAY bestselling author Abbi Glines.Ryker Lee is finally enjoying his senior year—he has great friends, hangs out with hot girls, and is on track to get a football scholarship that will set him up for college. Despite this, a small part of him wonders if there’s more to life than parties and m...


Details Making a Play (The Field Party, #5)

TitleMaking a Play (The Field Party, #5)
ISBN9781534403925
Author
Release DateAug 20th, 2019
PublisherSimon Pulse
LanguageEnglish
GenreContemporary, Young Adult, Romance, Sports and Games, Sports
Rating

Reviews Making a Play (The Field Party, #5)

  • Amber Behnke
    1970-01-01
    I feel like their aren't character that Abbi Glines can't write. She has characters that deal with so much! She knows how to write the perfect book. I loved Ryker and Aurora. I never wanted this book to end!
  • Rhonda Ziglar
    1970-01-01
    5 SWEET LOVING STARS!! Wow....This story of Ryker and Aurora was so sweet and loving....I could not put it down. Their story touched my whole heart with the obstacles and love these two went through. I love Abbi Glines storytelling, she keep me engaged all the way through. This is one book and series you will want to read.
  • Rachel
    1970-01-01
    I loved this book, I couldn’t put it down. All the challenges the characters faced in this book, set it apart in a wonderful way. My favorite line from the book was “ can I keep you?” After everything that happened it is such a sweet question. Can’t wait to see what’s next in the series.
  • Micheala
    1970-01-01
    I received this ARC from the publisher. Abbi Glines blew her Field Party series out of the water with this one! I once said book 1 and 3 were the best but I think this one officially takes the top. I found myself so sucked into this book. The issues at hand and the characters were just plain amazing. When this book was announced, having a deaf girl play the main character made me so excited to read it. I couldn’t help but think that this is fin...
  • Michelle
    1970-01-01
    What an amazing book! Of course I don’t think there is a book that Abbi has written that isn’t. This is the fifth book in the series. This one is about Ryker and Aurora. Ryker being a player, not only on the football field but with girls, never thought that one look could change him. A green eyed beauty that made him not want to be the person he is, but someone so much better. Realizing how much of a jerk he really was was an eye opener. Auro...
  • Stephanie
    1970-01-01
    Abbi never fails to make me devour a book and give me all the feels at the same time. This book was no exception. We've all met Ryker but do we really know the man he's grown up to be since first meeting him?Aurora is Hunter's twin sister and now the new girl in Lawton but she's more unique than just being new to town. She's not only beautiful but deaf.Ryker is in his senior year and has no reason to want something serious at this point in his li...
  • Kendra Myers
    1970-01-01
    Abbi Glines makes me want to go back to high school and do it all over again. That's saying a lot, because I absolutely hated high school. These boys are so swoon worthy! Why were none of them in my high school?!Aurora and Ryker have a love story filled with almost equal parts drama and happiness. As happy as they make each other you'd think people would be happy for them. However there sure are a lot of people trying to stand in their way of tha...
  • Anne Milne
    1970-01-01
    Ryker and Aurora was such a beautiful powerful story to read. From the moment we meet Aurora you can tell she is going to be special. I loved reading Ryker fall completely under her spell. There are some very real subjects dealt with in this book and Abbi does them justice. Another good book in this series.
  • Jerilyn
    1970-01-01
    THIS BOOK SPOKE TO ME! It was amazing! My family have all interracial relationships and they were faced with the same challenges. When it is worth the fight you just know. I love how Aurora stood up for herself. Being deaf isn’t the only thing that defined her. While Ryker knew that football wasn’t the only thing that defined him either. I’m glad teens can read this and relate it to it. It is good to learn these lessons as soon as possible....
  • Roselyn Vazquez
    1970-01-01
    Making a Play is the 5th book in Abbi Glines' Field Party Series and follows, Ryker, the very popular football star whose reputation as a player and a jerk and Aurora, Hunter's twin sister that many didn't know existed until she moved to Lawton to live with Hunter and their father. Like the first four books in this series, I absolutely loved this one. Each of the books in the Field Party series address extremely serious topics, such as death, ill...
  • Isabelle (the Book Dutchesses)
    1970-01-01
    3,5 starsA bit too much instalove for my care.
  • Karen
    1970-01-01
    I'm just a bit too old for these books so I'm going to tell you that the story was sweet and much tamer than most of Abbi's other series. It was pretty interesting regarding deaf and whether that made a difference in relationship or skin color as the father felt.
  • Kayla
    1970-01-01
    "She reminded me of an angel . . . and I was closer to the devil. I could be her biggest mistake." Making a Play had a beautiful cover, and even more beautiful story inside. I loved every last minute of this book! Once I started reading it I just could not stop. I swear The Field Party series only gets better and better with each installment. Making A Play was the perfect combination of determination, Football, and high school romance. I love how...
  • Michel Reinhard (Saucy Southern Readers)
    1970-01-01
    I always look forward to August because Abbi Glines usually releases a new book in The Field Party series. I love the high school “Friday Night Lights” themed books and Abbi’s Field Party series stands out among the others.Making A Play is quite different from the other books in the series because it deals with physical issues, social issues, and contemporary peer issues. It gives an honest insight into today’s high school environments as...
  • Linda
    1970-01-01
    Abbi Glines has release another book in The Field Party series. And I am super excited! Like I just love Abbi Glines and I never get disappointed at all. Making A Play will introduce Nash Lee cousin, Ryker Lee, and he falls hard. Ryker Lee is very known as player in high school. He prefers especially since he has football to focus. But things alway change when you meet the one which will be Aurora (Hunter twin sister). She definitely change the g...
  • Antonella Carolina
    1970-01-01
    5 Stars ! Abbi Glines wrote another amazing book in the Field Party series ! I loved Ryker and Aurora relationship. The chemistry between them was instant. Their story is filled with love but also drama because people (as Aurora's controlling father) are trying to stand in their way to their newfound love.Ryker tried to prove himself and her dad's that he deserved to be with her. On the other hand, Aurora is a strong girl who didn't let her dad c...
  • Stefania Siragusa
    1970-01-01
    The story of Ryker an Aurora was heart warming. I couldn't put this book down and I finished it in less than a day. There was a lot of obstacles that they had a go through so they can be together. Which were their communication issues, Ryker being a so-called player, and the issue of his skin color but in the end they came out on top. Every book in the Field Party series just gets better and better. I love how she had a deaf girls as one of the m...
  • ➳ johanna
    1970-01-01
    Things we do not appreciate:1. No diversity until the FIFTH BOOK in a series2. Cheating and/or encouraging cheating3. Insta-insta love, like, two seconds, the fuck?Also my big problem with this whole series: all the guys be acting like the girls literally can't do a single thing on their own and telling them what to do. For example; putting on their seatbelts, carrying all their stuff, telling them to eat, and so on. BORING! It's not like they di...
  • Heather
    1970-01-01
    Great book. Very similar read to all the others in the series. My only complaint, the whole book was wrapped up in the last ten pages.
  • Heather
    1970-01-01
    Well I really loved this one! I love the biracial couple also the deaf aspect. While reading this book I thought I was going to punch the father in the face so it definitely had me feeling a lot.
  • Kelly
    1970-01-01
    Abbi Glines' Field Party Series always have my heart and soul. From the journey of West, Gunner, Brady and now the next class - Nash, Ryker (and soon Asa I hope!).My book hasn't arrived yet, but from every other review I know I will have a great time reading it ahead. I don't know much about Ryker, and I hope he steals my heart like the others do.Congratulations, and have a good day, Abbi!
  • Rebecca/Bex
    1970-01-01
    I absolutely love every one of the Field Party books so far, for their feel-good romance and realistic and relatable characters. Each story shows two young loves facing real-word problems that they have to overcome, and Abbi Glines writes them each so well, readers are given insight to how people have to deal with these issues. Previous themes have been: PTSD, death of a loved one, drug use, family drama, being a teen mom, and problems with self ...
  • Maria
    1970-01-01
    Aurora is the new girl in town, she is Hunter’s twin and he is super protective of his sister, Aurora is not your typical heroine in books, where she seems to have her life somewhat figured out, or she is a total mess.“She’s innocent, she’s sheltered, she’s the quarterback's sister, and she is deaf.” She was born that way and although Hunter is her twin she feels as if she is the broken child. She battles with showing everyone her spe...
  • reenie
    1970-01-01
    I was very disappointed by the last Field Party novel Losing the Field because it was a very problematic plotline and characters. I hoped Abbi Glines would redeem herself from the trainwreck that was Losing the Field. However, Until Friday Night remains my favorite Field Party novel.The love between Ryker and Aurora was very fast, but I love how Ryker changes for the better as soon as he meets Aurora. The time jump proves Aurora and Ryker's love ...
  • Carmen Triplett
    1970-01-01
    Loved it! Making the Play is the fifth book in The Field Party series. This book can be read as a standalone, but I thoroughly enjoy all the characters that have been introduced to us in the previous books. Unlike the first three books in the series I would say the fourth and fifth book are written in a tight sequence. If you can, give Losing the Field a read as well! Ryker Lee isn’t a new character, but he is finally the main character in The ...
  • Breen Rdz
    1970-01-01
    “It’s been years since I follow Abbi and seriously I love her. I’m a loyal fan to her, I’ll always support her. Every time she announces a new book my fangirl mode starts. As a loyal fan I made the promise that no matter how much I love her, it’s my duty as a fan to always be honest about what I think about her books. Making the Play is not the exception. Here I go…Abbi hit the jackpot with Making a Play! The first word that come to m...
  • Tracie Nguyen
    1970-01-01
    Drama, drama, and more drama 👏. Abbi Glines has paired up another great couple. I love the characters ! I love all of the characters she creates, Aurora and Ryker are no different. Aurora is an amazing girl with a no-nonsense attitude, and I'm here for it. She also happens to be deaf and her father is controlling to say the least. Ryker is your stereotypical jock that turns into a hopeless romantic 💕. I have to say that they are the cutest ...
  • Novel Grounds
    1970-01-01
    Eek! It is finally here and I loved every single page of it. Abbi sure knows how deliver a breathtaking novel in this world she has crafted and this book? This one might be my new favorite. This is Ryker and Aurora's story and it was all the swoon. These two had so much to overcome, but the way that Abbi crafts their story leaves you right beside them as they navigate their storms.This was such a quick read for me. I absolutely could not put it d...