CATCHING HEAT

CATCHING HEAT                                    ALISON PACHARD
Posted:  March 12, 2014


   Life has taught Angie DeMarco that all baseball players are womanizers, and her incredible one-night stand with sexy San Francisco Blaze back-up catcher J.T. Sawyer seemed to prove it. Determined not to give in to their sizzling chemistry a second time, she’s kept her distance ever since, focusing on her accounting job with the team. But now she’s laid off…and pregnant.

J.T. was hurt by Angie’s rejection, but with one more year with the Blaze, he has no time for love. He needs to spend the off season training hard so he can negotiate a better contract with a new team at the end of the year. But when Angie shows up on his doorstep, he‘s overwhelmed by wanting to not just do right by her but pursue a relationship with her. Hoping for a second chance, he proposes.

Angie agrees to marry J.T. on one condition: the marriage will be purely a business arrangement. But as Angie spends time with him and his family, and J.T. neglects his training to spend time with her, what begins as a union in name only slowly grows into something more—something that looks a whole lot like love and friendship.

MY REVIEW:
  Angie DeMarco works for the Blaze Ball Club, a pro baseball team, or at least for the next two weeks.  J.T. (James Taylor) Sawyer is a Relief Catcher for the team, when they saw each other it was love at first sight, just don’t tell them they are fighting it.  There was just one minor problem, Angie does not date ball players.
     Which has the umpires calling foul ball, when after two years they end up hooking up in a one night stand.  When J.T. wakes up the next morning though she is long gone.  Then, she processed to avoid him at all cost.  Now the seasons over they won the World Series and J. T.’s going home for R & R and some intense training for the new season.  At the team apartment that he uses he finds Angie waiting for him outside his door in the hallway.  Waiting to talk to him…She needs to tell him something, she’s pregnant and it’s his.  Woo! Woo! Woo! Hold the phone!  To say he’s surprised is an understatement.
     Find out where Angie and J.T. take their relationship.  Can they make it work?   Will they marry or will they just walk away?
     Totally enjoyed this book.  The conflict of their relationship is so right on right there in your face and theirs too.  You see how they so want each other but are so afraid of getting hurt and really not seeing that by not making a real commitment they are hurting each other so much more.  Angie needs to get rid of her fears from the after affects of her parents relationship and move on and find true love with J.T.  She can’t look at her marriage through the tainted eyes of her mother or she will never see the true loving man J.T. is.  J.T. can’t listen to the ramblings of his family like Justin or he will get caught up in words and then he will say things he doesn’t mean for he will be taking so fast he will not even know he says it.
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