Young, rich, and unaware of how seriously hot he is, Brooks Davison is tearing it up as the latest shortstop for the New York Kings, despite his tendency to blush whenever girls scream his name.
When a health scare forces his best friend, Kyle Roberts, off the team, no one can stomach the thought of replacing him, especially so close to the playoffs.
Until Kyle’s sister, Sasha, steps in, convincing management to let her take his place. The idea of signing the first female player in Major League history proves too tempting for the Kings to resist.
Nevertheless, Brooks doesn’t want any part of it. Sasha is Kyle’s little sister, not some sideshow.
Yet when Kyle takes a turn for the worse, Brooks promises to do everything in his power to help Sasha win a championship for him. Because there’s no way he’s letting either of them down. Not now, not ever.
Brooks and Sasha are fantastic characters, and I loved the fact that the author pushed the usual boundaries and incorporated a female professional sports person into what is usually a mans world.
I really liked the story and the family element running throughout. But I must say I did kind of get bamboozled with the baseball jargon, we don’t play baseball in the uk so all the terminology was a mystery to me. But if you forget that and concentrate on the love story it’s great!
The secondary characters are really well written also. I am looking forward to the next story of the New York Kings.
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that enjoys a good romance.