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Third Base

By: Heidi McLaughlin
Narrated by: Alastair Haynesbridge
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Publisher's summary

Every game has rules. He's about to break them....

Since becoming a major league baseball player, I've learned a few hard lessons. Like never give out your home address on social media (sorry, Mom). Never shoot your mouth off without thinking...and never, ever let your personal life interfere with your game. But then I saw her - sitting alone behind the enemy dugout, watching me - and I just had to meet this girl.

Now I know that Daisy Robinson has her secrets, but there's something about her that drives me crazy. Maybe it's her innocence, her absolutely amazing knowledge of baseball, or just the fact that she is so unbelievably beautiful. I have to take it slow. Prove to her that the rumors about me are just that - rumors.

Daisy might be my ultimate lifetime win...if I don't get hit by the curveball that's coming my way.

©2016 Heidi McLaughlin (P)2017 Hachette Audio

Critic reviews

"If you're looking for a book with a baseball playing bad boy with a reputation for living outside the box, and a love story to melt even the coldest of hearts, Third Base is going to be your ticket." (Ashley Suzanne, author of the Destined series)
"Heidi McLaughlin has done it again! Sexy, sweet, and full of heart, Third Base is a winner!" (Melissa Brown, author of Wife Number Seven)
" Third Base hits the reading sweet spot. A must read for any baseball and romance fans." (Carey Heywood, author of Him)