Love may be just a game, but the baseball players in Jennifer Seasons' sexy diamonds and dugouts series— they're playing for keeps!
Mark Cutter has it all: a lucrative baseball career, fast cars, and faster women—and all thanks to his priceless good luck charm. At least, that's what he thinks before Lorelei Littleton shows up. Next thing he knows, he's waking up alone, the sexy brunette has vanished, and his good luck charm is gone. More than a little curious about the wicked-hot cat burglar and determined to get his property back, Mark's going to track down the thief and make her pay—big time.
Maybe Lorelei feels a tiny bit guilty for stealing Mark's good luck charm, but when it's worth $100,000 and the money could save her niece's life? She's not losing sleep over it . . . but him? Lorelei can't get the ballplayer with the bad attitude out of her head. And now he's come after her with more than just revenge in his eyes. Lorelei has a choice: turn over the charm and lose the money, or keep it and risk losing everything . . . including her heart.
I just recently heard about this book and was very intrigued by it. So I started reading it asap! And I was not disappointed. It was good.
It starts out with Lorelei needing money to save her niece so she makes a deal with a baseball players ex-wife to steal his good luck charm for enough money to help her niece. The plan is simple enough, but when Lorelei meets Mark, things start to get very complicated.
I did like this book, however there are several things that very much bugged me about it. It felt somewhat dumb that Lorelei wouldn't admit to why she stole the good luck charm in the first place once she got caught. That made me so mad at her, and not like her at all when I was reading those parts of the book. Otherwise I did enjoy the book. But I have to say it wasn't anything that will want to keep reading about, it was something quick and easy just to pass the time. And I really didn't have a whole lot to say about the book, so I will stop here for now. For a short read to just pass the time, it was interesting.