or will they run from their pasts and abandon their future together?
BOTTOM OF THE NINTH
Seattle Skookums Baseball
Game on in Seattle #6
Released Oct 21st, 2016
long-awaited story of the third Wolfe brother introduces the Seattle Skookums
Zeke Wolfe, the man who’s written
off his entire family, rescues a young woman and three children on a stormy
Seattle night. Before he knows it, he has an instant family and a fake fiancé
he’s certain he doesn’t want.
Paisley Madison dreams of having a
real home for herself and her sister’s children. When a handsome baseball
player drops into her life, she knows a gift when she sees one and hires
herself as his assistant.
As their business arrangement turns
into something much more personal, Paisley and Zeke’s pasts threaten to destroy
their precarious hold on a future together. Can they conquer their demons and
find love, or will they run from their pasts and abandon their future together?
USA Today Bestselling Author Jami
Davenport writes sexy contemporary and sports romances, including her two
new indie endeavors: the Game On in Seattle Series and the Madrona Island
Series. Jami’s new releases consistently rank in the top fifty on the sports
romance and sports genre lists on Amazon, and she has hit the Amazon top
hundred authors list in both contemporary romance and genre fiction multiple
times. Jami ranked Number Seven on Kobo’s Top Ten Most Completed Authors, an
honor bestowed on the year’s “most engaging” authors based on an average
page completion rate by their readers.
Bottom of the Ninth was an emotional story that will both break your heart and heal it all by the time the story has finished. Bottom of the Ninth touches on sensitive subjects such as domestic violence. In this story, we get see Paisley cope with taking in her nieces and nephew following a tragic incident that left the kids without their parents. Zeke has a history that allows him to connect with Paisley and the kids. Together the navigate the bases, trying to make things easier for the kids.
This is a story that will show you that through the power of love, you can heal. Jamie hit this one out of the park. She delivered a well-written story with amazing characters. As much as I wanted to rush through this book just to see what was happening, I also found myself slowing down so that I could savor each and every page. Bottom of the Ninth is a great read, and if you can handle reading about tragedy, and domestic violence, then this is a book you should definitely read. I know I will be reading it again, after I meet the rest of the Wolfe brothers of course.