The Hot Streak

The Hot Streak

by Cecilia Tan
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The Hot Streak by Cecilia Tan

"The Hot Streak is an interesting take on loving someone who is in the limelight. I enjoyed the book and found it to be an entertaining read."--Coffee Time Romance

Casey hits it big when she meets major league baseball player Tyler Hammond at a photo shoot and they start up a steamy romance. Traveling with Tyler, she's living it up and enjoying all the hot sex she can get between games. Now Tyler's on a winning streak, and he thinks it's thanks to Casey--but she has to decide for herself: is this the real deal, or just a summer fling?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149776801
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books LLC
Publication date: 06/17/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 250
File size: 723 KB

About the Author

Cecilia Tan is the award-winning author of numerous works of romance and erotica, not to mention her baseball nonfiction. Her novel Slow Surrender won the RT Reviewers Choice Award for Erotic Romance. Her other romances include Mind Games, the Struck by Lightning series, and the Magic University series. Tan's erotic short stories have been collected in the books Black Feathers, White Flames, Edge Plays, and Telepaths Don't Need Safewords and she has also edited close to a hundred erotica anthologies for various publishers including Circlet Press, the publishing house she founded in 1992. She lives in the Boston area with her partner corwin and three cats.

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The Hot Streak 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
jeanniezelos More than 1 year ago
The Hot Streak, A Baseball Romance, Cecilia Tan Review from jeannie zelos book reviews Cecilia has written lots of novels but the only ones I’ve read are the fabulous Slow Seduction books. I thought as I enjoyed them so much, maybe this would be a good read for me. Well, it is a good read, a fun HEA romance, a sweet story, but it doesn’t have for me that magic spark that the Slow novels do.....Casey is Ok as a heroine but a bit overly picky in her dates, even her friends seem to think so, and when she meets Tyler she’s questioning herself straight away whether its a good thing, is it going to be worth it? etc. instead of letting things develop. It seemed to me she wants to shape events, and then moans that they don't go the way she wants. She doesn’t really give people a chance to succeed without her pushing and prompting, and thinking it won’t work. Negativity reigns for her. . Tyler was a great lead, funny, caring, and enthusiastic about everything. He was a bit like an overgrown Labrador puppy, words spilling out of his mouth without though, impulse buys and actions...and yet you cant help liking him. Baseball I only know through novels – its not a big UK sport, reminds me very much of Rounders at school, though I know the States revere it! I’ve picked up a few terms from books, and a rudimentary understanding, and there wasn’t anything here that was overly complex to follow. I hate books where I'm so lost in the terms used that I can’t follow the plot, and although this is romance its sport based, and one needs to understand a bit of how people feel about the sport to understand Tyler’s actions. I liked the drama part, but it was a little understated for me, Casey seemed a bit harsh on judging the baseball side of their problems and for me, a bit lenient in the end of the other – to me – Huge problem. I’d need to know far more about that – it was a real shocker and I'd want to know why no one said anything earlier... Overall it was a fun read, but a one off. Stars: four. ARC supplied via Netgalley
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LCJones More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book a lot! I really like the mature and down to earth nature of the characters. The book felt so real that it was easy to imagine yourself in the character places. After reading about Tyler, I have now added baseball players to my list of fantasy men.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago