Perfect Game by Collette West
Publication Date: March 13, 2015
For New York Kings' first baseman Scott Harper, scoring women is easy. He's ready to get naked anytime, anywhere. But when a hacker leaks his nude selfies, he's unprepared for the scrutiny his full-frontals receive.
About Collette WestCollette West grew up as somewhat of a jock-nerd hybrid. Entering the world three weeks premature, her dad nearly missed her birth because he had seats behind the dugout for a sold-out, highly-anticipated match-up between two of baseball's biggest rivals. Not to be outdone, her book-loving mom taught her how to read by the time she was three. A love of the game coupled with an appreciation for the written word were instilled in Collette's impressionable brain from a young age. No wonder her characters believe in the philosophy: sports + romance = a little slice of heaven. Splitting her time between the Pocono Mountains and Manhattan, Collette indulges her inner fangirl by going to as many games as she can from hockey to baseball and downloading every sports romance novel in existence onto her iPad. When she's not clicking away on her laptop, she enjoys walking her dog in Central Park, satisfying her caffeine craving at the Starbucks on Broadway and keeping an eye out for Mr. Right. But above all, she loves dishing with her readers. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She is the author of NIGHT GAMES and GAME CHANGER.
Collette West has hit another one out of the park. Perfect Game is a beautiful addition to the series and brings us a great story between Carrie and Scott.
There are quite a few surprises throughout this story, No Spoilers, that add an additional angle to view things from and create a little more tension and stir among the other players.
Perfect Game kept me tuned in, curious to see how everything was going to wind up. There were moments I held my breath in anticipation of what was to come and moments when I felt like squealing. This story struck me in a different way than the previous books in series which made me love it all the more.
I loved the characters Carrie and Scott, the banter, the connection, the little bit of comic relief sometimes found between them. It all made for a slightly off beat fun yet still swoony romance.