Five years ago, switch-hitting left fielder, Bentley Randolph ran from his private shame and never looked back until the Mustangs new trade acquisition, Sean Flannery, walked into the locker room and laid him flat with a single punch, bringing the memories back in a flash of pain and humiliation. Unable to escape this time, Bentley's forced to face his complicated feelings for Sean and the woman he loves.
Sean Flannery hasn't forgotten the incident that changed his life or forgiven Bentley for the cowardly way he handled it--asking to be traded. Recently traded to the Mustangs himself, Sean is determined to keep his distance from the man of his dreams up until the moment his fist connects with the left fielder's nose, and the ensuing brawl on the locker room floor reveals something fascinating--Bentley still wants him.
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Roz and her husband have two grown daughters they couldn’t be more proud of, and are currently raising a twelve-year-old Labrador Retriever, Betty Boop, who isn’t aware of her canine heritage.
When Roz isn’t writing, she’s reading, or traipsing around the country on one adventure or another. No trip is too small, no tourist trap too cheesy, and no road unworthy of travel.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Bentley is in love with both Ashley and Sean but cannot tell Ashley about Sean. Ashley knows something is bothering him but cannot get him to open up. When he does, it could be the end of them all. I liked these characters. I liked Sean. Bentley needed more of a backbone when communicating with Ashley. Ashley was also good but I could not connect with her as I have with the other women in this series. The sex is hot and when they finally decide what to do it is even better. The story was believable. I just wish Bentley could have opened up to Doyle. Doyle could have helped him a lot. I do enjoy this series and these players. I look forward to reading more of them.
What if you're a professional baseball player, in love with two people at the same time? What if one of those people is your smokin' hot teammate? This is Bent (nice joke on the name) Randolph's dilemma. He has a girlfriend, and he loves Ashley. Loves sex with her, the smell of her, the rapport they have... But he is also inexorably drawn to Sean Flannery. Sexually, yes, but emotionally, too. Due to the very explicit (and erotic) sex scenes, this won't be a comfortable read for those who don't like to mix it up. Lost of scorching M/M action, as well as M/F and M/M/F, and a strong emotional punch as Bent comes to terms with the fact that he's not only a switch hitter during baseball games. I loved the way this was written, that all three of the main characters had to struggle to come to terms with what became the Happily For Now.
Wish it was longer.