Bryant “Slam” Nash is known for three things…
His intensity on the field,
His drive to win the World Series,
And scoring on the first date.
Gearing up for the biggest season of his career, Slam is determined to focus on his game, calling a time out on anything considered a distraction. Including Layne Scott.
Layne Scott doesn’t do complicated.
Independent and focused on raising her daughter, Layne is a woman running a business dominated by men. Managing the sports bar her father left her, she has no time for the arrogant ball player who keeps strutting through her door. With chiseled good looks in baseball pants, Slam Nash is a temptation she can’t afford.
**Content Notice: This book contains adult themes, strong language and sexual situations. Recommended for readers eighteen (18) years of age and older.**
Sport romances are really one of my favorites to read, y’all know that hockey and football are my number 1 and number 2 favorites but baseball holds a very special place in my heart. It was my granddad’s favorite sport so when I read a baseball romance it reminds me of my granddad. Okay sentimental memories aside, Slam was a good baseball romance. The balance between baseball and everything else was done very well.
Bryant “Slam” Nash is known for his reputation with women, he doesn’t want a relationship but something or should I say someone makes him want to change his mind. He is sweet, sexy, funny and honestly I am adding him to my book boyfriend list. I fell in love with him from the first few pages and that love continued to grow until the very end, even when he may have acted like an idiot. I can’t forget about Connor he is Bryant’s best friend and a total goof.
Layne. I am torn with how I feel about her. I love how she made her daughter a priority, because she should be, but there was just something really rough around the edges when it came to her that had me not liking her for a good majority of the book. At times she was acting selfish, like her feelings and life were the only ones that mattered. I loved Gracie her daughter and her crazy best friend Mandy. While Layne isn’t my favorite character I did at the end like her.
I hope we get a book about Connor and Mandy or even separate ones because they had me laughing more than once with their antics. Slam was a good sports romance and one that I did really like and can easily say needs to be on your TBR lists.
5 Stars from I Don’t Get Sundays Book Blog - “This sports romance will keep you hooked until the end. The writing and the characters are so likeable that you will love the flow of the story. You will fall in love with dysfunction that is real life.”
5 Stars from Shawn on Goodreads - “ I couldn't put it down. It was refreshing. It was a fun and light story that had just enough drama.”
5 Stars from SBR Reviews - “Slam is the first novel of Andee’s that I have read and I am happy to tell you I enjoyed it.”
Although Andee grew up a military brat and traveled the world with her family, she has made her home in southwest Idaho with her husband and two sons. Working in the legal field, shuttling her boys around, chasing her two crazy dogs and reigning in her adrenaline junky husband keeps her busy. She has always had a passion for reading and writing, even as a child. Andee loves a great glass of wine, reading late into the night, and spending time in the mountains with her family and friends.