What would you do if the hottest new female country music singer, asked you to come up to her place?
Nat Owen, formerly nobody from nowhere, now World Series MVP, followed his instincts. The star first baseman fell under the spell of the singer the minute she batted her eyelashes at him.
What about Nicki? Were they only friends, or about to become more? The female pro softball catcher and the first baseman had chemistry. Just as Nat made his move on Nicki, Lucy strutted into his life, offering stardom, glitter, and a lifestyle he could only dream about.
What's a man to do? With his head in one place and his heart in another, Nat bounced from one to the other, trying to make up his mind. When an offer he couldn't refuse was dangled in front of him, he went for it. Little did he know, he had a lot more to lose than his heart.
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This is book four in the Bottom of the Ninth series by author, Jean Joachim. This one is a little grittier than the other three books in this series, but the story it tells will have you thinking about life choices and the effects they can have not only on the here and now but on your entire future, as well. Nat Owen is young, handsome, single, and has just become the World Series MVP. He’s on top of the world and living his life to the fullest, including dating a world famous country singing star. Sharing in all her perks, publicity, and parties, and yet he is also yearning for what his teammates have. A wife or fiancée to share his dreams and accomplishments with, someone he can talk baseball with, someone like Nicki Overton, the best friend of his best friend, and teammate’s, fiancée. Nat is under the impression that, in his charmed life status, he can have both country singer, Lucy, and beautiful, female, softball catcher, Nicki. Nat has always been a gentleman with Nicki, flirting with her, but never stepping over the line. This has led Nicki to believe that Nat is not really interested in anything more than friendship with her. She has been attracted to him since the first time they met but has never really let him know that. She’s afraid he will reject her, and break her heart. Not willing to take that chance she decides she will have to settle for just friendship with Nat. A holiday snow storm changes everything for Nicki, but Nat is not ready to give up all the glitz and glamour that Lucy can bring to him and he has a hard time understanding why Nicki is not willing to wait for him. Life is tough, and Nat is about to learn some lessons the hard way. What will it take to make Nat realize that fame and fortune will never warm his heart or give him the peace, joy, and comfort that Nicki did? This one brought out all my emotions and had me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. It had me laughing one minute and angry the next. Mentally high-fiving Nicki while wanting to smack Nat on the back of his head and tell him to wake up. I love this book, it allows its characters to be human, to have flaws, and gives them a chance to redeem themselves. It has a soul.