Book 2, The Wild Pitch Series - A Storm Inside Novel
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Baseball’s biggest player is about to get played.
I love women and women love me. It's not my fault I'm irresistible.
Okay, I may be a little cocky too. All I have to do is post a picture of myself shirtless with my cat, Snickers, and the women flock to me.
It probably helps that I'm good with my bat and balls. A selfie, a smile, and I have them in bed—but never in a relationship. Until Carrie entered the game.
She may not know it, but she owns me. And I'm not letting her go.
I'm a professional. No, not THAT kind of professional.
I'm an orthopedic physician for the St. Pete Mantas and my job is everything. I love the game and I love my players … but I never fall in love with any of them. Especially not players like Wes. Especially Wes.
He thinks life is one big game. One sexy, romantic, and sometimes sweet, game that’s left me confused and little bit worried... I may have actually fallen for the ultimate player. I'll have to beat him at his own game if I have any shot at walking away with my heart intact.
***Night Games is the second book in the Wild Pitch series, a spin-off of The Storm Inside series, featuring June Daniels, Eve’s youngest sister, and her two best friends as they navigate ambition, careers, and falling in love with baseball players in the city of Tampa.
Wild Pitch Series: Summer Heat, Night Games, Last Fall
From No Strings to Commitment
Night Games was a different book than I was expecting. It is told in dual POV, Carrie's storyline is told 6 weeks in the past & Wes' storyline is told in present time. Although, you have alternating time frames the book is seamless and has a nice flow to it. Night Games is part of "The Storm Inside" series but, can be read as a standalone.
Dr. Carrie Anne Walker is a Orthopedic Surgeon and married to her job, she left home at 18 and hasn't looked back. She is definitely more bark than bite and keeps herself guarded because when she lets someone in she loves with her whole heart. Marriage is sacred to her even though she didn't have good role models growing up. She marches to the beat of her own drum. She is a runner, meaning she runs from her problems/emotions when things start to get to intimate.
Wesley "Wes" Allen is a celebrity baseball catcher that is well known for his player ways, his instagram post with his cat, and his quirky youtube channel. He is the ultimate flirt! Wes grew up in a household where his parents were completely in love and that has stayed with him through adulthood. He wants to find that forever love that is all encompassing!
Night Games is about letting your guard down and realizing what is right in front of you. Wes and Carrie are cut from the same cloth and don't want commitment. So, how do you prove to the girl you love that you are worth taking a chance on? You have to prove to that gorgeous guarded girl that you really do love her and nothing comes before her & you aren't the guy she thinks you are. When you find the person that loves you for who you are and doesn't want to change a thing about you...that is the person that you need to hold onto and never let go. This was an emotional eye opening journey for both character and it was a light hearted read.
I had to put this book down several times...
I had to a break from reading this book several times... why? It just got too real!! I went from sadness, to frustration, to elation and then back again so many times! The characters were already in my heart from Summer Heat and I was so excited to read their love story because I knew it would be explosive. I just didn’t count on the raw feelings because I cared so much about their story. I find myself wishing there were more chapters because I know these two together would be so interesting because the writing made them so real! One scene- I could feel the rain falling, the confusion and the need...I could see it!! This is an excellent read! The first book in this series was great and it just keeps getting better! Now onto Last Fall because I simply can’t not read more from this author!