A sexy, brother's best friend sports romance from # 1 New York Times bestseller Lauren Blakely!
Let me make a few things clear. I didn’t go to the wedding intending to dance with the best man, to dare him to show me a very sexy pic on his phone, or to accidentally kiss him in the hotel elevator after the reception ended.
But you know how it goes. Things just happen at weddings...
The next day, Crosby and I agree to put all those shenanigans behind us. The fun-loving, stupidly gorgeous, all-star baseball player might be my brother’s best friend, but he’s my friend too and has been for years, so it’s easy to move on, especially because I have a high-profile business to run.
But since he’s newly single and I’m always single, it turns out we both desperately need plus ones. We agree to “publicly date” over the next two weeks of galas, parties and events before his baseball season begins.
The only trouble is the more time I spend with Crosby, the more I keep imagining how much I want him to take my V-card.
And when I broach the possibility with Crosby, his answer surprises the hell out of me.
At Long Last
Crosby and Nadia are a pair years in the making, if only they’d known. They’ve always been friends, having fun hanging out together and teasing one another—they’ve always gotten one another. But she lived in Vegas while he stayed in the Bay Area. That all changes when she moves her team to SF.
Taking A Break From Relationships
Crosby Cash plays Baseball for the San Francisco Cougars. He has an incredible bond and close friendship with his best friends sister Nadia Harlowe who is the owner of the Las Vegas Hawks Football team. Crosby has a terrible track record in dating the wrong woman. He has put himself in a dating “Time Out” with the help of his friends. When Nadia moves the Hawks Football team back to their hometown of San Francisco, Crosby and Nadia cannot stop the pull of hot chemistry and what is happening between them. An amazingly sweet read with the introduction of so many swoon worthy athletes. I cannot wait to read their stories too!
I received an ARC for this book and this is my review.
It’s hella cringe. Not funny at all. Best advice is you should be 14 or younger to read this.