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Publisher Description

WSJ and USA Today Bestselling author KB Winters brings you a romantic comedy about the joys of Baseball!

It's my first pitch for the OKC Warriors.
They put their all-star batter in and I've seen enough plays to know he won't swing on the first pitch. 
Annnnd...he swings and knocks it out of the park.
Straight into the parking lot.
Which brings me to Chelsea Brooks.
Geek extraordinaire. Beautiful, brainy and not my type.
And she hates me.
Baseball from hell and all.
So why is she in my every thought? 
Why do I see that megawatt smile every time I close my eyes?
That first pitch of the season may have been a rookie move but moving on Chelsea isn't.
She will be mine.
Too bad she doesn't know it yet.

Love hot talkin' athletes who can melt your panties in thirty seconds or less? You got it!
Rookie Move is a full-length bad boy romance with a little bit of baseball and a whole lot of HEAT!
No cliffhanger and a very happy ending.

★Previously published as Bring The Heat.★

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2021
January 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
BookBoyfriends Publishing Inc
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
487.1
KB

Customer Reviews

JeanneLee1219 ,

Sweet and funny sports romance

In its first life as Bring the Heat, this was the first book I read by KB Winters and I was pleasantly surprised to find out how good this book was after receiving it. Chelsea meets Cody, a rookie pro baseball player on the same team as her best friend's fiance. She has no interest in dating an athlete and wants to concentrate on the new game app she is developing. She finds herself very attracted to Cody and he makes sure she knows he wants her. They have some obstacles, mostly her reluctance to be serious with him while really wanting it, his traveling for work, and his ex-girlfriend from college who works PR for his team and wants him back. This a well-written and funny book. I would definitely recommend it.

I received a free copy of this book.

Evieo17 ,

3stars

I liked this book. It I didn’t really like Chelsea. She came off as a pill and it made it hard to like the story.

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