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Roz Lee¿s BASES LOADED is an erotic, contemporary romance. W
Roz Lee’s BASES LOADED is an erotic, contemporary romance.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
When Antonio Ramirez was a New York baseball player and Clare Kincaid was living in New York, attending Julliard, she watched Antonio’s baseball games as often as possible. Clare was attracted to Antonio and would often fantasize about him, although they had never met. Clare is now the organist for the Dallas Mustangs Baseball team and Antonio has just been traded to the Mustangs, as their new centerfielder. Antonio sees Clare at an auction they are both attending, and falls head over heels. Antonio introduces himself to Clare and she is thrilled, but unfortunately she has no self confidence. Clare can’t imagine why Antonio is attracted to her when he normally dates models and actresses. Clare is curvy and full figured and doesn’t realize how beautiful she is.
I liked Antonia, he is a nice guy, a hot baseball player and always trying to make Clare feel good about herself and let her know how he much he likes her. Antonio had a wild past and is finally ready to settle down once he sees Clare. However, I found it hard to believe Antonio could fall in love with Clare so quickly. It’s hard to believe he could have such strong feelings for her after one conversation.
I liked the idea of a handsome, rich baseball player falling in love with a normal, everyday women rather than a supermodel, but Clare’s whining got on my nerves. She constantly complained about feeling unattractive and didn’t understand why Antonio wanted to date her. Antonio is willing to do anything to convince her.
There are a lot of hot steamy scenes in BASES LOADED. Some of the scenes are between Antonio and Clare and some include other people joining them. BASES LOADED has a whole new meaning for me now!
Reviewed by Karen for Cocktails and Books