Opposites attract when a high-strung lady lawyer blackmails a superstitious, cocky baseball player in this sexy stand-alone baseball romance!
Teetering on the brink of success as a patent lawyer, Amanda Carter is courting financial disaster. She's juggling her family's crippling medical expenses and a huge payment to join her law firm partners—nearly impossible burdens because her father stole her identity. If she doesn’t pay up and win her current case, everything she’s worked for will crash to a humiliating end.
Easy-going right fielder Kyle Norton is mired in the worst hitting slump of his career—until a black-haired beauty in the stands offers him her sunglasses. Slump broken, superstitious Kyle is convinced Amanda is the key to the championship his team so desperately wants to win for its dying owner.
Kyle needs Amanda to give him her glasses at every game. Amanda needs to bury herself in work and win the lawsuit—if she can find the money to buy into the firm. Soon, Amanda and Kyle are locked in battle, united by need, and consumed by passion.
In the end, can either one be always right?
This spicy stand-alone HEA with no cliffhanger is the ninth book in USA Today bestselling author Mindy Klasky’s Diamond Brides baseball series.
The Diamond Brides Baseball Series:
Each volume can be read on its own, and the series can be read in any order.
Perfect Pitch (DJ Thomas and Samantha Winger)
Catching Hell (Zach Ormond and Anna Benson)
Reaching First (Tyler Brock and Emily Holt)
Second Thoughts (Nick Durban and Jamie Martin)
Third Degree (Josh Cantor and Ashley Harris)
Stopping Short (Drew Marshall and Jessica Barnes)
From Left Field (Adam Sartain and Haley Thurman)
Center Stage (Ryan Green and Lindsey Ormond)
Always Right (Kyle Norton and Amanda Carter)
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This is another fun story with a baseball theme written by Mindy Klasky. I liked the lead into the need for the superstitious use of sunglasses provided by Amanda, a lawyer on a group outing to a baseball game with her colleagues, and the ensuing routine superstitious Kyle required of her. I was NOT so happy that when Kyle, the baseball main throb, was blackmailed by Amanda. It all works out in the end with some major ups and downs, but I think I would have preferred to see a bit stronger relationship between the two based on something other than money and superstition. Since I have not read all of the other books in this series I wonder if since this was the end of the series it went out with a sputter instead of a bang. It was definitely a fun read and I thank LibraryThing and Ms Klasky for the opportunity to read this story.
Kyle and Amanda's story knocks a home run out of the park! Kyle is a right fielder who's scoring streak begins when he borrows Amanda's sunglasses one afternoon at the ball park. They way they meet is so cute! Attorney Amanda attended the game with members of her law firm, and would rather not waste hours at a ball game. Kyle is superstitious and feels he needs to relive their exchange at every game, so that his streak continues. Amanda needs money to help take care of her family's medical bills and so she tries to blackmail him into helping her. But it soon becomes more than an exchange of money and the ritual of handing over the sunglasses at every game. They begin to care for each other and their attraction is off the charts. I have read every book in the Diamond Brides series and love every one of them. I'm so sad to see the series end. Mindy created characters I care about and love to revisit. Always Right is a fabulous ending to a fabulous series and I can't wait for more books from this author.