Title: Night Games
A Standalone Storm Inside Novel
Author: Alexis Anne
Author: Alexis Anne
Genre: Contemporary Sports Romance
Release Date: June 29, 2017
Baseball's biggest player is about to be played.
I love women and women love me.
It's not my fault I'm irresistible. Okay, I may be a little cocky too.
All I have to do is post a picture of myself shirtless with my cat, Snickers, and the women flock to me.
It probably helps that I'm good with my bat and balls.
A selfie, a smile, and I have them in bed—but never in a relationship.
Until Carrie entered the game.
She may not know it, but she owns me. And I'm not letting her go.
I'm a professional. No, not THAT kind of professional.
I'm an orthopedic physician for the St. Pete Mantas and my job is everything.
I love the game and I love my players … but I never fall in love with any of them.
Especially not players like Wes. Especially Wes.
He thinks life is one big game.
One sexy, romantic, and sometimes sweet, game that’s left me confused and little bit worried...
I may have actually fallen for the ultimate player.
I'll have to beat him at his own game if I have any shot at walking away with my heart intact.
Night Games started out pretty slow for me. I just couldn't get why Carrie was acting so scared and freaked out about marrying Wes. Yes, it was unexpected and a drunken marriage, but she just rubbed me wrong. Wes was sweet from the get go and I rooted for him throughout the whole story.
It was hard for me to connect with Carrie, but by the end of the story, I understood her better and I liked her. However, Wes made the story for me. I just thought he was a solid character. Gah, he is just so sweet and his personality was just too fun. I thought these two characters balanced each other out perfectly.
Even though I had trouble getting into the story at first, I'm glad I pushed through. It turned out to be a fun, entertaining read.
Former archaeologist Alexis Anne (who also writes romantic suspense as Alexis Sykes) has worked as an oral historian, GIS specialist, field archaeologist, college professor, and small business owner, before deciding that working from home and writing books was a lot more satisfying. She writes steamy, sexy romance with one half of her brain and romantic suspense, action adventure, and children’s books with the other half.
Growing up she traipsed through the islands of the Gulf Coast, camped in the Everglades, dove the Keys, and generally felt more at home spending her days outdoors with a good book. She currently lives in a home filled with wild men (otherwise known as her extremely extroverted husband, The Sexy Editor, and their two kids), a husky, and a superhero guinea pig.