Katie Rose’s Boys of Summer series returns for a delicious double-header with the story of total opposites who are drawn to each other like moths to a flame.
Nikki Case is no fan of baseball. Her ex gambled away a fortune on the sport, and now her PR firm has tasked her with cleaning up the leagues most notorious bad boys. The New Jersey Sonics are known for wild womanizing and booze-fueled brawls, so Nikki expects the worst. Her first stop in the battle to win hearts and minds is star hitter Jake Baldwinâa legendary ladies man so smokinâ he threatens to melt her tough-girl armor.
Although his teammates prank her without mercy, Jake admires the way Nikki gives as good as she gets. She may be the queen of frost, but thereâs kindling beneath those sultry curves and he’s just the man to ignite it. But when a PR nightmare lands the Sonics in headlines across the country, Nikki is ready to walk. Only then does Jake realize how important she is to the Sonicsâ successâand that winning the love of a good woman is no game.
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There are a number of things that I really enjoyed about this book. First of all this is the second book in the series and if you haven’t read the first one yet I highly recommend it and you all know I love when we get a glimpse of old characters in other books. I loved the interaction of all the characters, especially Nikki and Jake. I enjoyed how much Jake changed in this options about relationships through out the book. I loved the human interest part of it with how Jake helps the young boy (sorry I read it a few weeks back and can’t remember his name).
I enjoyed how Nikki was very serious when it came to her job but fun loving as well when out of it. I did feel bad for her at times with what the things the team put her through, but was proud to see she powered through it and didn’t let them see her rattled. She took the abuse of those damn jocks with stride and showed them she wasn’t a complete ice queen.
I give this book a solid five kisses.