Her family tells her she is meandering down the road of life but for Ashley Mercier it's all about where she's going to end up, not how long it takes to get there. And that decision was made in her last semester of college when she took a creative writing class. Born with an overactive imagination and an irrational fear of clowns, Ashley has been spinning tales since she learned to write but she was never sure what she wanted to be when she grew up. Now, with a degree in History sitting on her shelf, she spends her free time jotting down notes and dialogue on whatever she can get her hands on, awaiting her own romance novel hero and praying desperately he isn't a clown. Visit Ashley's website (www.ashleymercier.com) for information about previous or upcoming books. You can also follow Ashley on her blog at lovestowrite06.blogspot.com to find out what's happening in her little corner of the world or email her at with questions or comments.
Fielder's Choice (Carolina Carlyles Book 2)by Ashley Mercier
Now, two years later, Denny and Mallory have reconnected against the wishes of her brother Cam. Will Mallory be able to forget the
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Love and family have always been connected in Mallory Carlyle's mind. When she met shortstop Denny Thatcher, she thought she'd met The One. But catching him half-naked with another woman broke Mallory's heart and ended that dream.
Now, two years later, Denny and Mallory have reconnected against the wishes of her brother Cam. Will Mallory be able to forget the past and trust Denny with the heart he once broke? And how will Denny's own past come back to haunt the couple?
In the bottom of the ninth, what will this fielder's choice be?
(Author's note: Fielder's Choice is 58,000+ words.)
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Loved this book n writer wonderfuk book cant wait for the next one
I have bouncing back andforth conversations with my 22 year old daughter that sound like this book. No, not pregnancy but there is always another hurtle instead of happiness and satisfaction with who you have CHOSEN to have in your life. No talking thru, just tears. When did adults quit having the ability to cope?
I can't wait for the next one. I have ejoyed the series and I like how the author lets you know who's story will be next. A couple of times I wanted to kick the two main characters because they could not seem to pull themselves together.
Wow. Just wow. 500+ pages that keep going in the same fashion as Saving Tate. Well written, you just can't put it down.