- File Size: 1191 KB
- Print Length: 260 pages
- Publisher: Lyrical Shine (January 19, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 19, 2016
- Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00WPRBMI0
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #593,340 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Bryce is a famous baseball player and has just signed a contract very advantageous. Rachel is a sporting reporter who is about to start a promising career. A history between them could ruin their careers, especially that of Rachel: a journalist can't flirt with an athlete. Gossip could destroy them. But the attraction and passion between them is much stronger than fear, impossible to resist and commit a serious mistake. Rachel is pregnant. Bryce has no intention of backing out. Already he has a nine year old daughter who sees a few times a year and this time he wants to be a present father. But how can save Rachel's career? Maybe he has found a way to save it, just has to convince her.
It 's really well written and engaging. The plot catch you and keeps you glued to the pages. There are really romantic scenes and a dreamy marriage proposal, I really wanted to be Rachel in that moment.
Bryce is awesome, charming, rich and famous. He has a terrible marriage ended behind him and will not commit himself more. But he realizes that without Rachel can no longer stand. Rachel loves her independence and doesn' want his money nor a shotgun wedding. She wants a father for her son and a man who loves her. They are two great characters, I loved every second I spent with them.
It's the fourth book in the series "More Than A Game" but each book may be enjoyed as a stand-alone novel.I have read only the last two books, I have to find time to go back to the beginning and read this series from the start.
I have no hesitation in recommending it highly.
Bryce and Rachel, they have the connection, the chemistry, the spark, the passion. The over year long on-off hook ups now has consequences, Rachel is pregnant. I adored how Bryce reacted to the news, the bad boy has a heart of gold, and is a true, solid stand up guy. And he tries so hard, to do the right thing, to be good, to win Rachel's heart, to make a family, you name it, he is all in, but the more he tries, the more mistakes and misunderstandings are between him and Rachel.
Because Rachel just can't believe that he cares, isn't mad, angry, resentful. She has her trust issues, and is ready to see her worst fears come to life, and to run, because her heart has been broken so many times before.
So the fumble, stumble, and botch, but they are on the right path, and as long as they are willing to fight to stay together, for their family, they just might make it.
There's the issues of Bryce's past, his ex-wife, and young daughter. It was commendable how they both, Rachel and Bryce, reacted to that mess. I thought as a story, it wasn't maybe necessary to bring the mess with the ex, maybe there was enough of obstacles on their way already, and in the end, it didn't affect the story as a whole.
Most of the story is told by inner reflection of Rachel and Bryce. There's a little dialogue, I wish there would have been more. The long thoughts give a great insight to the characters, you see how they grow and develop, but too much of a good thing, and it can get a bit heavy to read.
I liked the amount of the actual baseball was part of the story, the moments and events at the ballpark were a big part how the story advanced, and you could feel the excitement and occasional disappointment of the fans and players.
The family of the team, of the people working in the park, how they pulled together, and took care of each other, was lovely. The humor and laughter brought lighter moments into the story, and the passion between Bryce and Rachel was blazing. Bryce with his daughter was just the sweetest thing, with his overly protective alpha male reaction to a nine year old.
This mesmerizing story pulled me in, and I couldn't put it down until the end. To live those moments of fumbling into love, family, and future with Bryce and Rachel were touching, so honest, and somehow raw, I couldn't help but root for them
~ Four Spoons with a teaspoon on the side