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Sliding Home (Richmond Rogues, Book 4) Mass Market Paperback – September 1, 2009

4.5 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
Book 4 of 5 in the Richmond Rogues Series

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Love Spell (September 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0505528088
  • ISBN-13: 978-0505528087
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.2 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #993,344 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By C. Lawyer on August 28, 2009
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Kason Rhodes comes home from spring training to find Dayne Sheridan in his shower. Assuming the trailer was abandoned, and falling on hard times, she had taken residence in the trailer, to work on saving money and healing her broken heart (her fiance, a radio DJ, broke up with her on the air). Kason may play for the Rogues, but he is a Loner with a capitol L and wants her out. She has no where to go, and fights to stay.

I really enjoyed this book. The secondary story was just as interesting as Kason and Dayne's story, and I found myself again rooting for the Rogues, both on the field and off. For those of you who read and enjoyed Curveball, you see a lot of Psycho McMillan, who is my favorite of the "Bat Pack." There were more than a few laugh out loud moments (making love on poison ivy is never a good idea). I love sports romances, and have ready many many many! Kate Angell's Richmond Rogues are one of my favorites...right up there with Susan Elizabeth Phillips Chicago Stars and Dierdre Martin's New York Blades. I hope she continues to write more. They are now a definite auto buy for me.

This is a quick, fun story that will be great to read on that blessed first day of school when peace comes back to your house after a long summer of lots of noise. :)

Enjoy.
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The Richmond Rogues is one of my favorite contempory romance series. I just wish that Angell would write them faster! Waiting a year is torture! Especially since every single one has been a keeper.

Sliding Home is no exception. The fourth book after Squeeze Play, Curveball, and Strike Zone. It features the moody/broody mobile-trail-home living-out-in-the-woods antisocial hero Kason Rhodes. He likes his peace, quite and solitary lifestyles until its disrupted by an unwelcome visitor. Looks like someone's been living in his trailer while he's been away at spring training. But Dayne, a tough talking tomboy, is no squatter. She found the abandoned trailer in the middle of the woods fair and square. And just to prove what a nice person she can be, she'll share some of her bulk foods and her comfort cooking with the good looking Kason. Its obvious that he's down on his luck, no money and no job. And Dayne knows exactly how that feels like. But Kason doesn't need anyone's charity. The Multimillion baseball player just likes living alone with his dog. He'll tolerate the sassy back talker until she can hitch up her stuff and leave. But soon he doesn't want her leaving. Dayne's the only person who's ever meant anything to the badass baseball player. What happens when she finds out she's been duped?

A keeper. Focuses more on a single romance than the previous books in the series, which is better IMHO.
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Dayne has had a rough time, her ex publicly humiliated her and now she just wants to be left alone. Kason is the bad boy of baseball and he doesn't get involved with anybody. Kason comes back and finds Dayne in his trailer that she thought was abandoned. They eventually work something out and when Kason helps get Dayne a job, then they have to do a commercial together, things start to get really hot. Dayne is a self sufficient jaded woman who has no interest in getting involved with someone in the public eye again. Kason is good at baseball, he is hot, but he is really bad with people. These two worked out well together, but I just couldn't get into their story. There was plenty of humor and the sex scenes were good. We get to see some of the characters that were in previous books in this series again. I don't know what it was, but Sliding Home just wasn't as good as the other books something was missing. While I love Kate Angell this book in the series was just ok.
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The story was very good and well written. Characters were great. The characters did not get together till three quarters into the book and the love screens died for me. If you are not for too much graphic detail then this is the book for you. I like it all, story, steam, humor.
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Contemporary Sports romance. Kason Rhodes, left-fielder for the Richmond Rogues, comes home from six weeks spring training to find his mobile home occupied by a strange woman. He's a VERY private person, but she refuses to leave & she grows on him. His Dobie, Cimarron, & her mini-pincher, Ruckus (that he gives her), are cute characters.
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Have to admit, am becoming an avid fan of the sports romance. They are much better reads than para-normal/sci-fi stuff out there. Summertime is baseball time! Had already read the first two Richmond Rogue novels last summer. Like them because of the secondary romance storyline - a 2-for-1 romance. The author creates strong storyline, believable, like-able characters. And the romance is hot, too!
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~* 4.5 Stars *~
Coming home from six weeks of spring training should have been relaxing for left fielder and loner Kason Rhodes. Unfortunately relaxing isn't an option when he finds a squatter in his double-wide trailer. And it isn't Goldilocks.

Dayne Sheridan, suffering from a bad and public breakup with a well known radio personality, is hiding out and licking her wounds. Short on funds but long on moxie, she found the empty double wide on her flight from Baltimore. She slipped in through the bathroom window, settled in, and got a part time job near by, letting the solitude of the woods around the trailer settle her soul. The settling was going well...until a forbidding Kason shows up and claims she's in his house.

Dayne fights for what she believes is hers. Kason just wants her gone so he can be alone. The unstoppable force meets the immovable object and both will be rocked by the experience.

By now I'm I big fan of the Richmond Rogues series, and I've been looking forward to Kason's story since he was introduced in the last book. Something about the quiet, intense, and solitary man appealed to me. After reading about his history and seeing his character evolve with Dayne, I'm even more pleased. I loved his story. I loved Dayne. She's my favorite of all the female leads in the series to date. Her independence, her generosity of heart, and a stubbornness that was solid but never slipped into annoying were all very appealing. She fit extremely well with the stoic Kason, drawing him out bit by bit in a pleasantly natural and organic way.

I was completely enchanted by both of them and was especially pleased that for the first time in the series, we were given a fully developed and broad story that didn't focus on much beyond the main romantic pairing.
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