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Publisher Description

Fed up with cheating women, Dan Alexander, star pitcher for the New York Nighthawks, grew restless. Searching for something more than a bar babe, he zeroed in on a girl in the stands. He never expected to see a beautiful chick pushing frankfurters. But the hot dog girl looked as smokin' as the food she was selling.

Holly Merrill found a place to hide in plain sight, as a vendor at Nighthawks' stadium. Keeping her secret safe and simply happy to stay alive, she never considered finding love an option. After all, a bad girl doesn't deserve a decent guy, does she?

Coming off his best season ever, Dan went into the playoffs, hell bent on winning the pennant and playing in the World Series. But could he maintain his focus on the field, where everything was going right, when off the field everything was falling apart?   

Caution: Locker room language

2) Matt Jackson, Catcher

3) Jake Lawrence, Third Base

4) Nat Owen, First Base

5) Bobby Hernandez, Second Base

6) Skip Quincy, Short Stop

7) Will Grant, Center Field

8) Overtime

9) A Kings' Christmas

September 21
Moonlight Books
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Jiggy2910 ,

Dan & Holly

I love baseball!! This is such a great story! Holly had a bit of a rocky past and has to change her identity to be safe from the bad guys. Then she meets Dan & they fall in love. A must read!

777sails ,

What a wonderful story!

What a fantastic book! I came into this series on Skip and fell in love with the characters. I read a few other books and fell in love with the team. I decided I HAD to start at the beginning and boy I am glad that I did. This book was awesome. What a plot! I stayed up unto 2 in the morning as I couldn't put the book down. Oh I felt for these two so much. Ms. Joachim put them through the wringer here. This story will enrapture you. The flow is smooth like a movie being played. It is not overly descriptive so the reader can total focus on the scene being played out. I highly recommend this story to anyone.

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