domingo, 31 de janeiro de 2016

Playing Hard (New York Saints #4) by Melanie Scott

I was given an ARC in exchange of an honest review.


Baseball fanatic Oliver Shields has had his eye on the ball since he was a kid. Playing for the New York Saints is a dream come true, and making the play-offs is a reason to celebrate years of dedicated field work and batting practice. The season isn't over yet, but meeting gorgeous Amelia Graham seems like a bonus grand slam—until one night of partying threatens to take Oliver out of the game for good…


All work and no play has always been Amelia's motto, earning her a coveted job on Wall Street job and the professional clout she's always longed for. Oliver is a real player—in more ways than one—and a distraction she doesn't need, especially given her dating record. When flirtation turns to attraction so fierce neither one of them can say good-bye, will Oliver and Amelia step up to the plate—and give love a chance?

Very well written, Playing hard is a great ride. Oliver and Amelia are terrific characters with depth and space to grow even more. Their chemistry is the kind to melt panties.
I didn't like the Castros, though, not even one of them. They´re all self-asserted assholes, and they treat Amelia very poorly. I expected Finn´s behavior toward her, after all he was an asshole through the whole book. His parents didn't seem so fond of Amelia as she thought they were. And Em´s behavior was quite right shocking. I don´t know if I could forgive such treason act.

But, Castro´s aside, I loved the story, how it was told, how it developed. it was perfect.