Book Description

Jessica Song is tired of being a good girl, staying in a relationship well past closing time. Fresh from a breakup, she takes a walk on the wild side as a sports events intern. Baseball rookie Jay Pak Ahn has been burned one too many times by good girls, especially his cheating ex-fiancée. When he meets wild Jessica, he throws away all caution to enjoy her to the fullest.

Jessica and Jay agree to a week of enchanting, starry-eyed dates and hot, sultry nights to get their exes out of their systems. Their pasts collide, exposing the secrets in Jessica's heart and threatening Jay's position on the team. Jessica must leave her disappointment behind while Jay has to decide whether Jessica comes before baseball. What will they sacrifice to turn their fling into true love?

Book Review

Jay is a Korean baseball player hoping to make it to the major leagues. Jessie has a Korean father, and an ex-boyfriend whom she’s trying to forget. A current pest, who pretends to be her boyfriend despite her not being interested and a blooming interest in Jay. Can the tigress hold out against Jay’s ex fiancée, his demotion to the minor leagues and losing out on her dream? I could have done with more story details and less “action” in the book. I mean every time you turned a chapter they were at it again! Although the fact that they both managed to get on with their lives and work on their dreams is a good things

Playing the Rookie (Baseball Romance): A #Played Novella
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