The BookLikes companion to The Romance Evangelist (mharvey816.mh2.org).
Reviewer for Seductive Musings, Night Owl Reviews, and Romancing Rakes For the Love of Romance.
I live for the HEA/HFN and am decidedly pro-epilogue.
A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for an honest review at NightOwlReviews.com.
You can find the full review for this book at Night Owl Reviews.
Full disclosure: I shared a hotel room with Cassandra Carr at Romanticon this year and we got along well.
The bulk of this story is taken up with all the times Sydney and JT enjoy each other sexually in the privacy of the press box, and there’s not a thing wrong with that. The scenes are engaging and neither of them comes across in any negative way. On the contrary, JT shows an refreshingly positive side defending Sydney when another person spots them in a compromising position and attempts to make the most of his discovery. Neither JT nor Sydney expect more from each other than what they have at that moment, and what they have is some well-written sexual encounters that made reading Take Me At The Ballgame a brief but enjoyable treat.