Hailey Tate thought she was worth more than a straight flush.
When camera-shy author Hailey Tate’s agent loses a bet and brokers a deal, it leaves Hailey in the last place she wants to be: backed into the corner of Publicity and Paparazzi. Now, thanks to her girl-next-door image and role as pretend girlfriend to a womanizing short stop, she’s getting the attention she always managed to avoid.
Connor Ryan is not only America’s Sexiest Athlete, he’s also the current Bad Boy of Baseball. But when he goes a base too far, management wants to bench him…permanently. One thing he never counted on? Falling for his sweet, fake girlfriend. He’s the guy who can catch anything and now she’s next on his list.
To be completely honest, I nearly closed the book after reading the first sentence. I have a very strong dislike for stories written in first person, it’s such a balancing act for the author to make you feel connected to the hero/heroine, set the stage for the story and keeps the story flowing. Very few authors (in my humble opinion) succeed. Caitie Quinn definitely has the skill required! I couldn’t put the book down!
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