Rocking Player

· Steel Family Book 2 · Love in a Book
4.1
102 reviews
Ebook
200
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

Baseball games are supposed to be fun, right? I got tickets to bring my son.


Popcorn, soda and an easy day in the sun, but then I saw him.


But Surprise! There’s Michael. His last name is Irons. He plays major leagues and he’s the father of my son.


Every instinct told me to take our boy and run. I hadn’t known his name or how to get in touch with him the past six years.


Now not only does he see me in the stand, it takes him a glance at my boy and he knows the truth.


It was like fate brought us to this point, but he climbed into the fan benches to talk and flirt.


I told myself it was just about our son, but alone, our conversations are getting heated. 


I didn’t expect our magical memory would be burned in his brain. 


Or he’d want me again.


All I wanted was a quiet life to raise my son. 


Ball players are dangerous. But what happens when the season ends? Let me tell you the truth… I never expected what actually happened.

Ratings and reviews

4.1
102 reviews
Sheila Lee
March 3, 2020
Rocking Player is the story of Georgiana and Michael who had a brief fling in the Bahamas 7 years ago. When they meet again, Georgiana has a son and Michael is a major league baseball player. Each is shocked when they see each other at a baseball game, Georgiana and her son in the stands and Michael on the field. They meet afterward and begin to formulate a plan for the future. While I usually enjoy this author's writing, this one just didn't grab me. I liked the characters but the storyline just seemed to stretch my imagination. For someone who took motherhood very seriously, using an analytical mind to weigh decisions regarding her son, Georgiana jumped into a relationship with both feet with little or no hesitation. So, IMHO, the story premise fell flat, making this an enjoyable read, but not up to standard I expected. 3 stars.
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Grace O'Toole
September 15, 2020
Great plot idea, poorly executed. Very unclear passages, poor grammar, just overall seems like it was never proofread. Couldn't even finish it.
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S Holt
May 4, 2020
Good storyline. It held my interest, but she needs to hire an editor. Tons of errors: spelling, grammar, and mixing names throughout entire book.
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