He decided not to make a big fuss about it, and personally goes to visit the sexy librarian. It's a daring and very affecting storyline, and the cheering of the audience proved to me that it worked very, very well. In conclusion it was my first book of C. Some of the character traits didn't make sense to me so I was getting a little annoyed with both Dash and Vivian. Also he's kinda a jerk.
But underneath the surface hides a dirty-talking and determined seducer. Would I re-read this book: Maybe later. In many scenes he just lines them up and hectors them, and they look like kids patiently watching some crazy white guy work out his issues. Overall Pace of Story: Ok. Overall, I found this couple to be fun, entertaining and very sexy.
This book addresses so much of life. It is not only about sex for Vivian. On the outside he seems pretty perfect, but Dash is more than everyone thinks he is. He doesn't tell her not to and then proceeds to du The hero dumps the h so that when he goes away to spring training baseball player he can keep his regularly scheduled women that he has sex with. The truth is Dash's just a man with flaws. When he meets a feisty elementary school librarian at a school field-trip ball signing, he's taken back by her lack of swooning for him. I am going to really try to not include any or a million baseball puns, I really am.
Honestly, I'm not satisfied because their sex is too tame for me. We might as well face it. Conor brings them together by buying them pizza trading sports tickets for the pizza and leads the team to win their second game 9—3. He's a bit of a jerk, but makes up for it when he meets her again when he notices that his lucky glove went missing and asks her for help finding it. I did have some issues with having the conflict ending and then jumping into the epilogue right away, but otherwise it flowed well and I never skimmed. They could walk off the page, have a conversation with you and you would feel comfortable knowing who they were. It was a nice book and I enjoyed it more as I kept reading.
Sometimes the best parts of a romance are the moments that hurt the most. Even if some of them are a hot mess Fiona Drazen in Forbidden , they're tough. He has an awful past and couldn't move on. Did I mention his abs?? The journey of Dash and Vivian is very fun, sweet, kind, sexy and spot on. But can Vivian Foster be what Dash needs? You could say, she hit it out of the park.
What starts as some kind of tentative friendship between them gradually becomes more. Vivian cannot deny that she is physically attracted to Dash, but as they continue to see each other unexpected places, they start to build a friendship and find more than they had ever hoped. I didn't feel like it was love right away -- Lust? The reasons why Dash behaves the way he does, his complexities and emotions, and the resulting reactions of Vivian, my heart wept for a younger Dash as I experienced his history in the narrative. A grade school librarian who loves her underprivileged kids and everything baseball. The guy had dumped her, trying to make her feel as if she was the boring one and less than. Dash Wallace is a pro baseball player.
I mean she's a librarian for Pete's sake!! Just another side of that quick mind. He's a famous baseball player that is 100% focused on the game. Consider the scene where O'Neill negotiates a weekly payment plan with a collector; they could be working out the installments on a car. He retails some of his dialogue with excessive hand movements, as if trying to guide his sentences in for a landing. He did this, he did that but it was all only written. Dash was a sexy and nice hero, and despite some moments where I wanted to beat him, I really liked the relationship between them. When you have the experience of both a unique story and it is written by an author who delivers a homerun.
A grade school 5 'Dash Wallace' stars Look no further if you are in the mood for a fun, smart, witty, charming and sexy romance. Their meeting ended with misunderstanding, and in addition someone stole his glove during this. We all know Reiss can deliver sexy, suspenseful and beautifully written stories, but I just love it when she writes these fun sexy reads. Unfortunately, the mother was a victim of a drunk driver and from six, he was her everything. Hardball shows the very gritty, dangerous life of some inner city kids who are not only trying to survive, but to find some-thing worth caring about- in this case, baseball. We barely get to know any of the kids on the team except for two inevitable cliches -- the fat kid and the cute little kid who talks a lot. To be honest for some reason I had a hard time connecting with him, at least in the beginning.
I'm also worried for Vivian, whether is she being too compromising for the man she loves. Conor connects with the kids and finds it harder to leave than he thought it would. Dash Wallace did not fail to be the newest addition to my Reiss super-Alpha-hero spank-bank favorites! She's a librarian with bills to pay, a father to care for, heartbreaks and insecurities. This was a sexy and sweet book, and if you like sports romance this will be right up your alley. As I said earlier, the secondary characters were anything but secondary. Club members also get access to our members-only section on RogerEbert.
I loved the story behind both main characters, their chemistry and the relationships they have with people around them. He questions her about her motives and bringing the kids to the event. Until the night I do. A lot of sexy, kinky scenes and dirty talk. One of the movie's most wrenching scenes shows him after he is kicked off the team, wearing gang colors and warning his former teammates with a meaningful glance to get away quickly. I have been waiting for C. ~~~~~~ Before Reading ~~~~~ Take me out to the ball game, Take me out with the crowd; Just buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack, I don't care if I never get back.