Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Too Hot to Handle by Katie Rose



Katie Rose’s Boys of Summer series returns for a delicious double-header—with the story of total opposites who are drawn to each other like moths to a flame.
Nikki Case is no fan of baseball. Her ex gambled away a fortune on the sport, and now her PR firm has tasked her with cleaning up the league’s most notorious bad boys. The New Jersey Sonics are known for wild womanizing and booze-fueled brawls, so Nikki expects the worst. Her first stop in the battle to win hearts and minds is star hitter Jake Baldwin—a legendary ladies man so smokin’ he threatens to melt her tough-girl armor.
Although his teammates prank her without mercy, Jake admires the way Nikki gives as good as she gets. She may be the queen of frost, but there’s kindling beneath those sultry curves—and he’s just the man to ignite it. But when a PR nightmare lands the Sonics in headlines across the country, Nikki is ready to walk. Only then does Jake realize how important she is to the Sonics’ success—and that winning the love of a good woman is no game.
Includes a special message from the editor, as well as excerpts from other Loveswept titles.

Publication Date

January 27, 2015

My Review

*** I received this copy from the publisher and NetGalley in return for my honest opinions.***

This was such a fun book to read, I loved the pranks the guys pulled on Nikki how she handles them. I've never been much of a baseball fan but I was able to get into this book because to be honest there wasn't that much in there that I couldn't deal with. It mostly was about how Nikki was working so hard to make their images better and also about her at first trying to avoid the feelings she has for Jake. When she finally lets it all go it was funny to me how he decided he wanted to go slow at first. Too cute!!! Even though I was able to get into the book it wasn't really a book I loved, I did enjoy it but it didn't grab at me the way some books do. I would read more by the author happily, and I would recommend this book as well, it just wasn't my favorite book. Overall I'm rating this book in at 3 hearts. 

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