‘Sweet Spot’ starts out with Cat and Law meeting in a costume club (a night club that celebrates Halloween every night of the year by requiring that attendees dress up in costume, which sounds pretty fun) with Cat dressed as Wonder Woman (which is awesome) and Law as Captain America (Rowr). The attraction is instantaneous, but then Wonder Woman flees the scene when things start getting hot and heavy on the dance floor. She leaves behind her golden Lasso of Truth, though and Captain America (Law) vows to find the owner and make sweet sweet love to her.
Cat’s an investment consultant and the next day shows up at the office to discuss investments with a new client only to discover its Captain America, better known as James “Law” Lawless second baseman for the Richmond Rogues. Even though this book follows the old romance plot of Cat recognizes Law as have being Captain America, while Law bumbles along freakin’ clueless until towards the end (the club was dimly lit, she was wearing a wig, blah, blah, blah….), I still found the story entertaining.
There was a secondary story going on in the background involving another baseball player, Brody, and his childhood sweetheart, Mary, that was okay. I’m really glad the author didn’t try to make that story into a book on it’s on because while it was mildly amusing, anymore would have just been aggravating.
Overall, I enjoyed this book and the books connected to this one all involving the Richmond Rogues. They are all sweet reads.