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    Awesome

    An Awesome addition to the Boys of Summer series. This is easily read stand alone if you haven't picked up the others (you really should though!). I loved these characters right from the start and what a perfect character Gavin turned out to be. After suffering an injury that no one is sure he can recover from, Gavin finds himself being traded from one of the top teams to what is considered one of the jokes of the league, the New Jersey Sonics. Accepting the trade like the professional he is, Gavin is determined to get through rehab, get back in the game, and prove once again he deserves to be on a top contenders roster. Once he meets his very attracted physical therapist, he knows he better stay away from her or all is plans could go up in smoke. Physical therapist Jessica Hart knows Gavin King's type. Love 'em and leave 'em all the way. Been there, done that, not going to happen again. After getting to know him though she begins to think maybe she has him wrong but is she willing to break her no dating athlete's rule??? This is a fantastic easy read that I definitely recommend.
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    Turn up the heat

    This book is the 3rd in The Boys of Summer series. Can be read as a standalone novel, but for reader's benefit, I always recommend the whole series be read in order. Jessica Hart and Gavin King meet when he is traded to the New Jersey Sonics team she works for as a physical therapist. The attraction between them is instant. Jessica is gun shy since she has already dated a baseball player who treated her poorly. Gavin takes an immediate interest in Jessica. He is trying to adjust to being traded, moving to a new place, and getting to know and try to be part of the team. She just makes him feel at peace. Like he can learn to love New Jersey and make it home. Jessica is happy to be friends with Gavin. They click really well and she does find him attractive. She just does not want to be hurt and sidelined like her last relationship did. When her ex comes to town, what is a girl to do? Gavin wants to take her and their relationship to the next level. Can he overcome his own fears to help her past hers? They are great as friends. Is it worth it to risk what they have for what comes next? This was an amazing story that gave me serious feels. They are both just running from their pasts and trying so hard. I was absolutely enthralled by the banter and the sexy times were good too.
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    for fans of sports romances

    I actually tried to read the first Boys of Summer story but it wasn't quite my taste and so I skipped over the second ... but thanks to the third I'm definitely going back to give it a shot :) I love these guys - they are high spirited and fun, but they are serious when they need to be. Gavin has a lot on his plate. He's coming off of a potentially career ending surgery and has been traded to a lower tier team. He's not handling it well and is feeling sorry for himself. He just doesn't realize yet how lucky he is to have Jessica. Not only does she work wonders on his knee but she's good for his attitude as well. I love Jessica. She's grown up in a man's world and is good at holding her own. She understands how their minds work and that is very handy in her job. She's just what Gavin needs to get his head back in the game ... and he's just what she needs to remind her that she's a woman too. There's actually a few things that happen to help Jess's new attitude - Gavin, new girlfriends, and a jerk of an ex. But the more girly she feels and the more time she spends with Gavin, the harder it is to keep from falling for the sexy (both inside and out) ballplayer. I remember thinking that Bring On the Heat was well written but I had an issue with a couple of the characters' actions. And it was true here as well, although not enough to keep me from enjoying the story overall - it's a minor complaint and came at the very end. Jessica seemed to come so far over the course of the second half of the book and then just regressed. I'd thought she'd grown so much and had become such a confident woman that I was a little disappointed in her actions. But Gavin's totally made up for it and had me falling for him just that little bit more. Packed full of spunky characters, complimented with an appealing plot, The Heat of the Moment is the perfect read for fans of sports romances. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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    Fun, cute romance

    This was cute and light hearted, and I really enjoyed it! I haven't read any of the other books in the series, and although it would've been nice to have read them because previous characters are involved in this book, I don't feel like I couldn't enjoy this book because I didn't know the side characters. One thing I don't usually like about sports romances is that the guys tend to be dogs, and just because they are athletes they sleep with tons of women, so I was glad that's not really a big thing in this book; Gavin was a solid guy, and he doesn't play around when he wants what he wants; he's honest and just an all around good guy, and I loved how he doesn't give up, and he keeps on fighting. I enjoyed Jessica as well, she was an intelligent, well rounded woman, and I like that she's a bit of a tomboy. I do wish she got her confidence a bit sooner than she did, but I still think she was great. They had some excellent intimate scenes together; definitely some spicy moments, and I loved their first date; so sweet! I like the injured baseball player angle, and I did enjoy the scenes at the ball club and the games. All in all, this book kept me interested until the end, and I was really rooting for all the characters! I look forward to reading more books in this series!
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    A Standout Sports Romance

    Gavin King was at the top of his game, but one bad injury may have just ended his career. His team isn't even willing to give him a chance to recover, and he suddenly finds himself traded to the Sonics. Leaving behind the bright lights of L.A., he's now stuck in New Jersey, playing for a second rate team, and even his model girlfriend has moved on without him. The one bright spot in all the gloom is Jessica, the physical therapist assigned to get him back in playing shape again. But... For the most part, I loved this book, but there was one thing about it that was worse than nails on a chalkboard. Jessica has a male friend who is gay. That in and of itself is fine, and I can even deal with him being some kind of fashion diva, given that I've known a few myself who have fit that particular stereotype. But I almost ditched the book partway through when Jessica repeatedly referred to him as “girlfriend.” Not “he's one of my girlfriends,” like he's just one of the girls, but “Girlfriend knew what he was doing,” and crap like that. Over and over again. It went from being a stereotype to a ridiculous caricature, and while I'm sure I was supposed to read those scenes and appreciate how close these two were, it pretty much ruined that aspect of the story for me. The Verdict: Jessica has always been one of the guys. She does have a feminine side, but growing up with four brothers left it little room to develop. Now a physical therapist working for the Sonics, she's completely in her element, dealing with professional athletes and using her sports and psychology knowledge to build a strong career. But after a romance gone completely wrong, she knows better than to get involved with a ball player. Gavin had everything going for him and then had it all taken away. Pushed relentlessly by his father to be a sports star, he lived the high life in L.A. and had the arm candy girlfriend to prove it. But one injury has changed everything, and while he hates having been traded to a team in New Jersey of all places, he knows it's his one chance to prove he's worth something to the sport. I really loved the relationship between Gavin and Jessica, right from the moment they met. He was certainly attracted to her, and she couldn't deny to herself how good looking he was, but there was no rush to satisfy that lust. He wasn't over the woman who dumped him, and she wasn't about to make the same mistake twice. But once he settled in, accepted his new life, and saw past Jessica's defenses, he wanted nothing more than to carve out a future with her. Gavin really surprised me, not that he was a nice guy, but rather the way he proved it in just about everything he did. His ex-girlfriend was some famous model, which certainly fit the lifestyle he once had, but when she dumped him, he was honestly hurt. It wasn't just a case of his pride being wounded or needing to have some hot young thing on his arm. He was, of course, attracted to Jessica at first sight, but he wasn't over his ex just yet, and he didn't go all conceited and immediately put the moves on her. Even his acceptance of the much less glamorous life he now had in Jersey showed just what a good person he was. Sure, he was disappointed, but he wasn't looking a gift horse in the mouth. As for Jessica, normally it annoys the hell out of me when someone disregards an entire cross section of people based on the actions of just one. However, in this case, it kind of made sense to me. She'd gone all head over heels for a guy who thought nothing of hooking up with groupies on the road, and it had really done a number on her self-esteem. Given that she was surrounded by men who had the same temptations, I couldn't blame her for deciding not to risk her heart on any of them. But Gavin was too sincere in his feelings for her to let her dismiss him so easily, and the patient and understanding way in which he worked to win her over made for a wonderful story. Sports romances tend to follow a pattern, and The Heat of the Moment did so in the best way. With some standard plot points and scenarios, Katie Rose managed to write something fresh and entertaining, and while I figured I would enjoy it, I didn't have a clue just how much! Jessica was easy to relate to, Gavin was just incredible, and their story didn't really take the overused turns I expected. The Heat of the Moment is a standout romance for sports fans and anyone who loves a man in a team uniform. ***FicCentral received this book from Random House LLC (via NetGalley) for free in exchange for an honest review.
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