$20 Amazon/PP-1 (WW) &1 PB Copy (US)-Playing for the Save, Men of Spring Baseball Series #4 Rachelle Ayala-Ends 5/26 | Miki's Hope

$20 Amazon/PP-1 (WW) &1 PB Copy (US)-Playing for the Save, Men of Spring Baseball Series #4 Rachelle Ayala-Ends 5/26

Thursday, May 4, 2017


Rachelle Ayala has written one of the most sensitive and heart warming novels I have ever read. It encompasses what single, divorced Moms have to endure day after day--couple that with extreme emotional abuse from her ex and raising and loving a child on the autism spectrum along with a child who is not on that spectrum.

How Jamie copes is amazing. Then Ryan Hudson comes into her life. He is able to connect with and help both her sons and her--but she is scared to death. He is not about to give up, but there are a lot of hiccups along the way. That EX is nothing but trouble and downright dangerous as you will read. Ryan Hudson makes the save of his life. How does Ryan know how to do all this? You will have to read this wonderful book to find out.

Anyone with a heart should read this book!

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Veteran relief pitcher Ryan Hudson always saves the game for his team. He’s dependable, focused, and good at what he does.

Which is why he prefers to live alone and not have anything to do with women and all the noise and chaos they bring.

Noise and chaos is all single mother Jamie Rush knows. Working and taking care of her two boys is a full time job, especially since one of them is autistic and she gets no help from her ex-husband.

When her two sons win a day with ballplayer Ryan Hudson, they strike up an odd friendship with the reclusive pitcher. Jamie is wary of the baseball hero, but can’t help fantasizing about him.

Ryan is attracted to Jamie, but desperately tries to hide his past. The only problem, they’re made for one another.

They just don’t know it.

The Men of Spring Baseball Series can be read standalone, but are more fun when read together.

Book 1, Playing the Rookie

Book 2, Playing Without Rues

Book 3, Playing Catch

Book 4, Playing for the Save


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Amazon reviews from Men of Spring Baseball Series

"It’s not every day you find an author that can so easily wrap her words around your heart until they become your world, force your heart to beat, and make your soul sing with joy. If you love to feel the stories as you read them, then you don’t ever want to miss one of her books!" - Playing the Rookie

"Playing Without Rules is such a beautiful story.  A beautiful family story with heartaches in the past which leads to forgiveness. You will laugh, cry and will love this story. My hat off to Ms. Rachelle Ayala for another amazing book."


"Intense, deeply moving, and romantic are the three phases that come to me when I think about Playing Catch."


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Playing the Rookie (A Baseball Romance) (Men of Spring Baseball Series Book 1)

Jessica Song is tired of being a good girl, staying in a relationship well past closing time. Fresh from a breakup, she takes a walk on the wild side as a sports events intern.

Baseball rookie Jay Pak Ahn has been burned one too many times by good girls, especially his cheating ex-fiancée. When he meets wild Jessica, he throws away all caution to enjoy her to the fullest.

Jessica and Jay agree to a week of enchanting, starry-eyed dates and wild, unrestrained sex to get their exes out of their systems. 

Their pasts collide, exposing the secrets in Jessica’s heart and threatening Jay’s position on the team. Jessica must leave her disappointment behind while Jay has to decide whether Jessica comes before baseball. What will they sacrifice to turn their fling into true love?

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Playing Without Rules (A Baseball Romance) (Men of Spring Baseball Series Book 2)

A ballplayer's girlfriend hides his daughter from him because she fears he's like his abusive father.

Marcia Powers wants nothing to do with ballplayer Brock Carter, especially after she told him to go away and pursue his dreams. She has more than she can handle with an elderly father, a business to run, and a four-year-old daughter posing as her baby sister.

Brock Carter's back in town to rekindle his romance with Marcia, and this time, he's not letting her run him out of town. Marcia is unable to resist Brock, but determined to keep her secret.

Brock's already lost his heart to Marcia once. Will he lose every dream, including baseball, when he discovers the real reason Marcia sent him away?


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Playing Catch (A Baseball Romance) (Men of Spring Baseball Series Book 3)
On the field and off the field, bartender Jeanine Jewell plays, collecting one-night stands like baseball cards. She doesn’t need a man, except to curl her toes and make her scream. She’s learned the hard way that love is about control and manipulation—and the last thing she can handle is letting herself be vulnerable, or having anyone discover her shameful secret.

Scoring women is easy for catcher Kirk Kennedy—they don’t call him “Catch and Release” for nothing. He never goes back for a repeat performance. Being traded to a new city is an opportunity for new adventures—until he runs into Jeanine and she refuses to go home with him.

Intrigued, Kirk is determined to catch the elusive blonde and keep her to himself. When he proposes a wingman-to-wingwoman, friends-without-benefits relationship, he’s surprised she accepts.

The no-benefits clause soon falls by the wayside when neither Jeanine or Kirk can resist their explosive chemistry. Despite the sparks between the sheets, they both refuse to acknowledge they’re anything more than friends.

Everything changes when Kirk discovers someone from his past is the one Jeanine is hiding from.

Trigger Warning: The heroine was sexually abused by her foster father and has flashbacks.


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About the author
Rachelle Ayala is a bestselling author of dramatic romantic suspense and humorous, sexy contemporary romances. Her heroines are feisty and her heroes hot. She writes emotionally challenging stories but believes in the power of love and hope. 

Rachelle is an active member of the California Writer's Club, Fremont Chapter, and a volunteer for the World Literary Cafe. She is a very happy woman and lives in California with her husband. She has three children and has taught violin and made mountain dulcimers.

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9 comments :

Sharon Martin said...

I can feel the emotion coming through in your review, thank you so much for sharing xx

Ivonne Tarantino said...

Thanks for sharing such a great review! It is evident that this is a very powerful and emotional book to read!

Gladys Parker said...

The first book sounds amazing. I love when the man is allowed to be good instead of always the bad one. The second book sounds hot an steamy but not too much! We all need a little wild even if it is through a book. The third one I think would be my fave because it shows what a woman would do to protect her child and that sometimes it is wonderful not to have to. All for .99 WooHoo

Emily Endrizzi said...

No, I don't really have a sports hero. I don't really follow any sports.

Deb PelletierC said...

I like to watch sports ,but I do not have a sports hero. I think of hero's as firemen, doctors, ect... People who help or save other people.

Lisa Queen said...

Oh yes! A few lol. I come from a sports family. My favorite football hero was a friend of my brother's in college and Joe Montana. A girl has to dream! Of course, Michael Jordan for basketball and Chipper Jones for baseball. Thanks!

Sara said...

I do not have a sports hero right now.

Rachelle Ayala said...

Thanks so much for your review. Yes, it was an emotional story. Took a while for me to decompress and get onto the next one.

F Cristina Gutierrez said...

Thank you for your heart felt review!

 
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