The Perfect Game (Arlington Aces Book 3)


Pauly Byrne has fought hard. As the only female starting pitcher on a professional baseball team, it hasn’t been easy. While she faces a decision whether to turn her talents to coaching, she finds herself in a difficult position when one of her teammates fails a drug test right before the playoffs. Enter Ian Pratt. To say he and Pauly are opposites would be an understatement. Their differences could jeopardize the playoffs, but neither can deny the searing attraction that seems to be burning between them. Can they put their differences aside for the team while working out their personal feelings?

Take two passionate baseball players, throw in some major differences and you’ve got the recipe for “The Perfect Game”. Ian and Pauly’s passion for the game is obvious, and their journey is a rollercoaster ride of arrogance and determination. The plot flows well with only a couple of little hiccups where descriptions slow it down, but it soon picks up again. Ian's naughty thoughts about Pauly will keep readers warm during the cold winter nights. This is a good addition to the Arlington Aces series, and readers will be keen to read the others if they haven’t already and be keen for a fourth book.

Lynn-Alexandria McKendrick