SHE'S GOOD AT HER GAME.
Raina Easton never dreamed she'd end up playing ring master to a bunch of baseball cheerleaders. But when the New York Saints offers her a job to coach its new squad the Fallen Angels Raina can't refuse. As the owner of a burlesque club, she can certainly show the girls more than a few good moves.
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SHE'S GOOD AT HER GAME.
Raina Easton never dreamed she'd end up playing ring master to a bunch of baseball cheerleaders. But when the New York Saints offers her a job to coach its new squad the Fallen Angels Raina can't refuse. As the owner of a burlesque club, she can certainly show the girls more than a few good moves. But as for her new boss? That is, as they say, a whole 'nother story. . .
AND HE'S GOT IT "BAD."
Army veteran, biker, and all-around tough guy, Malachi Coulter isn't your typical sports-team owner. For one thing, he doesn't think cheerleaders belong on the baseball field. Another: he can't seem to separate business and pleasure when he meets his somewhat scandalous new employee. Seems the major-league bad boy has met his match in the gorgeous, feisty Raina. All's fair in love and baseball could it be that, after all this time, Malachi is playing to win?"
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-03-16
- Reviewer: Staff
Scott imbues the third installment in her contemporary New York Saints baseball series (after Angel in Armani) with heart, soul, and a little danger. Burlesque club owner Raina Easton is hired to coach the Saints’ cheerleading squad, the Fallen Angels, and hopes for a bit of publicity for her club in the process. What she doesn’t expect is to fall fast and hard for Saints co-owner Malachi Coulter, an Army veteran and all-around protector. As the Fallen Angels come together, Raina is fighting battles on two fronts: investigating recent attempts to damage her club with graffiti and fireworks, and trying to keep her heart safe from the steadfast man determined to capture it. The snappy back-and-forth between Raina and Malachi is genuine and often funny, and the love story plausible. Readers will root, root, root for their romance to succeed and will eagerly await the next title in this solid series. Agent: Irene Goodman, Irene Goodman Literary Agency. (May)