The crack of the bat, the roar of the crowd… Four Crimson Romance authors celebrate the love of the game with these sweet and seductive baseball romances.
Traded and jaded, catcher Ben Border is considering stepping out from behind the plate. Then he runs into former flame Scarlett Dare. Turns out the sexy marketing executive still sends him into a fever pitch. But is she willing to trade Fortune 500 success for a happily ever after?
Slugger Gone South:
When New York Yankee Marc MacNeal comes to Merritt, Alabama, for a charity golf tournament, he’s shocked to be reunited with his ex-fiancée Bailey Watkins. It could be the perfect chance to get some long-awaited closure—or the start of a whole new ball game…
Safe at Home:
Amanda Warner hates baseball, but knows it’ll take a swing for the fences to save her dad’s hardware store. Hoping his star power will bring the crowds in, she sets her sights on Scorpions’ All-Star Josh “Hotstuff” Arrevalos brings unexpected surprises. But is her heart ready to play ball again?
That Ol’ Team Spirit:
Someone’s haunting the Sharks’ stadium and creating some major league mischief. So psychic Peg Noonan and her granddaughter Trish are determined to discover who’s menacing their concessions stand. With the help of Trish’s high school love, sportswriter Rob Hanks, they just might have a ghost of a (second) chance.
Get a sneak peek of the upcoming baseball romance anthology Take Me Out (available October 28, 2013) with an exclusive excerpt from each of the book's four stories: “Trade Off” by Elley Arden, “Slugger Gone South” by Alicia Hunter Pace, “That Ol’ Team Spirit” by Bea Moon, and “Safe at Home” by Leslie P. García!
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“Trade Off” by Elley Arden:
Bolstered by too many indecent thoughts of Ben and two dirty martinis, Scarlett closed the gap between them once the elevator doors slid shut. She leaned in just enough for the tips of her breasts to brush his shirt. “Your room or mine?”
He answered her verbal come-on with a physical one, slipping an arm around her waist and pulling her the rest of the way to him. Hot and hard. “Whichever one is closer.”
“Mine,” she said.
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