Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Eliza's Review: Worth The Trade (More Than A Game,#2) by Kristina Mathews

Worth The Trade (More Than A Game, #2)

Title: Worth The Trade (More Than A Game,#2)
Series: Yes (Can be read as Standalone)
Author: Kristina Mathews
Release Date: 7th July, 2014
Rating: 3 Stars
Cliffhanger: No

A ballplayer and a team owner would give anything for a championship—even their hearts… After inheriting majority ownership of the San Francisco Goliaths baseball team, Hunter Collins wants to prove to herself—and the rest of the league—that she’s got what it takes to build a champion. Her first move is to trade for a hot left-fielder. He’s got it all, speed, power, and a desire to win. Not to mention undeniable charm. Marco Santiago is tired of being the new player in town. After four teams in six years, he’s facing free agency at the end of the season. He wants nothing more than a long-term contract and a World Series win. Hitting on his new owner probably isn’t the best way to get it, but love may be the most powerful challenger either of them has ever faced...

Hunter Collins is the majority ownership of the San Francisco Goliaths baseball team. Fresh from the loss of her father and working in a male dominated field, she aims to prove herself, knowledge and experience. Her first order of business is to sign Marco Santiago.

Marco is hoping to put down roots, make his mark and lead new team to victory. That's his plan and he's sticking to it, until he meets his new boss and struggles to keep his head in the game.

There's more to the story that a straight forward boy meets girl scenario, Hunter and Marco are both trying to prove themselves and strive for success as professionals; add to that the attraction they both try and deny and eventually surrender to and it's a winning pitch.

I enjoyed the forbidden element to the story with Hunter technically being Marco's boss, as well as the angst and the chase. The reason I haven't scored higher is because I usually like my story's with more of an edge. Marco wasn't my type of male lead hero although he was sweet enough he didn't hit it out of the park for me. I found Hunter to be sweet and likeable, just like the story.

~ Copy provided by publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you ~


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