Ethan Davenport is already Boston’s most eligible bachelor. In his second season with the Boston Renegades he has set his eyes on the girl behind the visitors’ dugout.
That girl is Daisy Robinson, a journalism student at the University of Boston and a die-hard Renegades fan.
But with new found love comes challenges and Ethan and Daisy have to deal with his crazy schedule, school finals and his presence on her campus for some much needed media training.
For Ethan nothing can come between him and Daisy, until a secret that she’s been keeping threatens to destroy them both.
I adored this book because it is told completely from the male hero Ethan Davenport’s perspective and in my opinion there is nothing better than getting inside the hero’s mind.
I loved the fact that Ethan watched Daisy over a prolonged time at all the home games he played. He didnt go all big hero sports star and jump in and expect her to fall at his feet.
Daisy is a true sports fan not just some baseball bunny out to bed a sports star. Both these facts really endeared me to the main characters, it was such a refreshing change to follow them as there story unfolds.
I love the slow progression of this relationship and the wonderful things Ethan does for Daisy and her grandfather.
We dont have much baseball in the UK so all the game jargon went over my head a little but by no means did it lesson my enjoyment of this book.
I think this is going to be a great series and look forward to reading more.