Sliding Home

Sliding Home

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by Kate Angell
     
 

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The ultimate bad boy baseball player finds a stranger in his shower and decides that no matter how sexy the interloper is, she won�t find a place in his life�little does he know that the baseball diamond is not the only place he�ll be sliding home.

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The ultimate bad boy baseball player finds a stranger in his shower and decides that no matter how sexy the interloper is, she won�t find a place in his life�little does he know that the baseball diamond is not the only place he�ll be sliding home.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014129695
Publisher:
Kate Angell
Publication date:
12/13/2011
Series:
A Richmond Rogues Novel , #4
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
336
Sales rank:
210,242
File size:
312 KB

Meet the Author

National best-selling author Kate Angell lives in beautiful Naples on the Gulf of Mexico, Florida. She�s an avid reader, sports enthusiast, and animal lover. She�s best known for her Richmond Rogues baseball series.

www.kateangell.com

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Sliding Home 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ive heard a lot of good reviews from this book but i was wondering if there was any specific order i should read this book in because im very intrested in reading this series so if you can, post the order of the books you think i should read the in. :) thank you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the Baseball theme and the romance between the players and their spouses to be... Enjoyed the writing style and the characters... A clever blending of sport and personality... You don't have to be baseball fan to enjoy the romance though... Good writing and good character development... Like the way the characters move from one book to the other.
wolf-lover More than 1 year ago
This is the first book I have read of hers. I was not overly impressed. I liked the theme of the book, but found the romance lacking. I felt there could of so much more between the characters and stories. Kason is a pro baseball player who keeps to himself. He does not have friends and doesn't share his personal life with his fans. Dayne comes in and takes over his "abandoned" trailer during spring training. Kason comes home to find her living in his house. Without revealing who he is Kason plays along with Dayne's thoughts that he is in between jobs and down on his luck like she is. She soon learns different and the grow closer. Kason keeps her at a distance to keep from falling for her. She decides to play a "trick" on him to win him back. The book was alright, but just lacked the "umph" to keep me intrigued on the rest of the series, not sure if I will read more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sqeeze play, cruveball,strikeout
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kason Rhodes, the mystery man of the team, deserves to find love and he finally gets it. Good thing she doesn't scare off very easily. I just love this series. I would love for Kate Angell to contine this series, but I realize that she is running out of players. She just has me hooked!
LaurieG0 More than 1 year ago
Loved my first introduction to the Richmond Rogues baseball team and Kate Angell's writing. She has wonderful insight into the game and camaraderie of a baseball team. Kason was a stoic, self contained loner. He was the Rogue's last year's mid season trade addition, as their star left fielder and home run slugger. Dayne was a radio PR rep who was dumped on the air by her DJ fiancé. She takes off and ends up in what she thinks is an abandoned trailer home on an isolated piece of land which is privately owned by Kason. Kason returns to find her living in his trailer and struggling to regain her balance in life. Their relationship has intense chemistry which they both try to ignore. Kason slowly opens up his life and heart to her vibrant and caring personality. He finds himself getting her a job and doing a promotional jewelry campaign to help her out. Angell realistically capture's the team's individual player's personalities and ongoing relationships. A very engaging, humorous story that had me rooting for Kason and Dayne to score at home with a HEA.
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I absolutely love the books about the Richmond baseball boys by Kate Angell. They are all the best. I wish I could read even more by her about these bad boys of Richmond.
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