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- Print Length: 273 pages
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- Publication Date: May 9, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F40342Q
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,966 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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One of my favorite moments is after Nicks big game. "I deepened the kiss, tasting the remnants of cherry coke and cinnamon mints. It was the flavor of love. Yep, totally cheesy, but I was cool with that."
This one brings together the sweet natured but somewhat untrusting Cody from "Triple Play" and Nick, who has never appeared before but is the 24-year-old son of the son of the general manager of the Mavericks. The setting is four years after "Triple Play," which might be a bit of a stretch considering all the goings on here, but it works.
There are several subplots, including an explosive one which I expected in the previous book but which, on reflection, belongs here. And the book is more geared toward the business and political part of baseball rather than on-field exploits--and this is handled very well, indeed.
Why only three stars? Well, I simply could not get myself to like Nick. He is so self-centered in his confusion over his identity and his guilt over having dumped Cody four years before without an explanation that it took the whole book for him to really get over it. I also despised the fact that there wasn't a plausible delineation of the fact that Nick was purely a top and Cody so submissive. It did very little to amp up any sympathy I may have had for Nick.
There is a bonus at the end--the first chapter of the next book in which two of the sneaky characters author Johnson brought into this book become rather opposite MCs. I will complete this series, hoping the next two take me to a level of satisfaction the previous three had.
I also really enjoyed the other books in this story and really loved Cody so I was excited to read his story.
My problem is with Nick! His head was so far up his *** that it took most of this book to get it out. Cody deserved better and I'm glad that in the end, he got it with Nick.
That being said, this book includes all of the other characters and through reading this book, you get a chance to catch up with them and their lives.
This book needs to be read after the other three to appreciate it.