Review: Sliding Home by Kate Angell

41317957From the back of the book:


The left fielder for the Richmond Rogues had returned from six weeks of spring training in Florida to find someone had moved into his mobile home. That person was presently in his shower. And no matter how sexy the squatter might be, Kason wanted her out.

He had his trusty dobie, Cimarron; he didn’t need anyone else in his life. Not even a stubborn tomboy who roused all kinds of wild reactions in him, then soothed his soul with peace offerings of home-cooked meals and kindness. The bad boy of baseball was ready to play hardball if need be, but with Dayne Sheridan firmly planted between his sheets, he found himself. . .


I read a book by Kate Angell a while ago and didn’t really enjoy it, so I have passed on the other “Rogue” books till now. I borrowed Sliding Home from the library with the thought that if I didn’t enjoy it, I wouldn’t be out the money. So, I read the book and really enjoyed the hell out of it. The story is realistic and the characters relate-able. I loved Dayne. She was feisty and tough. I loved how she stood her ground, even though she was squatting on someone else’s property. Kason took some getting used to, but I came to love him too. This book made me want to go back and give the others that I missed a chance!

the book girl gives SLIDING HOME 4/5!

To find the book:


Barnes & Noble


To learn more about the author:

Kate Angell

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