Curve Ball (Home runs Book 2) – Sloan Johnson

Jason Klein’s living with the fallout from a decision he knew was the right one at the time. He never told anyone about the love of his life, which left him to mourn alone when he found out the man he gave his heart to had been killed in combat. Now, his heart has had time to heal, but he’s not sure he’s ready to let himself move on. Until he meets Cam Morgan…

Without a job lined up following graduation, Cam Morgan took his best friend up on his offer to move to Milwaukee and stay with him until he could get on his feet. The last thing he wanted to do the day after getting to town was go to a party filled with a bunch of jocks. Sure, they were “professional athletes” but Cam was convinced that bigger bank accounts didn’t make them any more accepting of people like him. He certainly didn’t expect to meet Jason, the Mavericks’ catcher who broke every stereotype he’d had.

What started out as one hot, sweaty night together quickly grows into something deeper. Jason welcomes Cam into his home and his life, but now he has to teach the younger man that it’s not a sign of weakness to let people help you.

I love the first book in this series so i had high hopes for this one, i have to say this book wasnt as good ass the first. I have some niggles, i didnt really feel the connection between Cam and Jason, i know all people are different but i just couldnt see a tough ball playing Jason with the flamboyant effeminate Cam . I also wanted more of an in depth of what happened between Jason and his first love, we did get some hints here and there but i just wanted a bit more.
That being said niggles aside i did like the plot and the flow of the story, and holy hotness the sexy times were rockin’! these guys were up to there eye balls in chemistry and it oozes off the pages.
I really like the catch up with the characters from the first book Wild Pitch, i loved those guys so much.
I cannot wait to get more books from this series, Sloan really knows how to write M/M romance books and she does it well. I enjoy Sloan’s writing style.
4 stars.

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