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Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Christmas Curveball by Shari Mikels

Christmas CurveballChristmas Curveball by Shari Mikels
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was gifted this book for an honest review from Carina Press via Net Galley.
I received this unedited and never had any problems with it at all. If you get a chance to read this lovely uplifting book then I should.

Kevin returns home, he is in hiding, and Rachel learns of this from seeing a truck with his well known logo on his license plate when at a car service station having her wind wipers renewed. She goes home and tackles her brother about it, she he has told her to keep it a secret.

There is a lovely undercurrent of love and sexual tension that comes out from the pages from them both, but fear is holding them back.

I recommend this book, its only just over 2 hours to read and a nice one to sneak in between book reads.

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When newly-single Rachel Tanner finds out that pro pitcher Kevin Ganlin has come home to recover from an injury, her heart skips a beat. She’s loved him from afar since her preteen years, never bold enough to let him know.

Kevin is less than thrilled when Rachel shows up at his doorstep. She’s his best friend’s little sister and officially off limits. Besides, he’s staring early retirement in the face, a one-man pity-party with no interest in anything more serious than quick flings on the road. Until an icy mishap lands Rachel cozied up on his sofa, irresistible in his practice sweats.

A little game of Truth or Truth reveals much more than Rachel had ever dared to hope and leads to a midnight make-out session that leaves them both panting. But can she trust that he’s truly changed his ways? This Christmas, Kevin will do whatever it takes to make Rachel understand she’s the only one for him


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