Forbidden romance as America's sweetheart beauty queen meets a cocky pitcher in this sexy stand-alone baseball romance!
Samantha Winger is using her beauty pageant title to launch a music program for kids. The only catch? She has to follow the contest’s rules, maintaining absolute “decorum” in public.
That’s easy, until DJ Thomas—God’s gift to baseball—throws her a wild pitch. The Raleigh Rockets’ star pitcher slams her in an interview, and the video goes viral.
Sam’s no shrinking violet. She parlays DJ’s apology into a national TV appearance—and a very unexpected, very public kiss. Soon paparazzi catch the couple in a steamy make-out session, and Sam’s music program is at risk. The blazing hot relationship is threatened even more when DJ’s son begs to trade in Little League for music class.
How will Sam and DJ sizzle past the sour notes to find their perfect pitch?
This spicy HEA with no cliffhanger is the first book in USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky’s Diamond Brides baseball series.
The Diamond Brides Baseball Series:
Each book can be read on its own, and the series can be read in any order.
Perfect Pitch (DJ Thomas and Samantha Winger)
Catching Hell (Zach Ormond and Anna Benson)
Reaching First (Tyler Brock and Emily Holt)
Second Thoughts (Nick Durban and Jamie Martin)
Third Degree (Josh Cantor and Ashley Harris)
Stopping Short (Drew Marshall and Jessica Barnes)
From Left Field (Adam Sartain and Haley Thurman)
Center Stage (Ryan Green and Lindsey Ormond)
Always Right (Kyle Norton and Amanda Carter)
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Sweet and steamy!
Perfect Pitch is a sweet sexy story. The characters are well developed and the story line is engaging and entertaining. The story of Sam and DJs romance is interlaced with character background that really makes you connect to the characters, and cheer them on. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading the rest of the stories in this series.
The ending was the most frustrating thing to read! The guy is so stuck in his old ways he won’t even listen to the girl. The girl is trying to help his son and the guy pushes her away.
I couldn't put it down. Very enjoyable.