By Audrey Carlan
Baseball, beer, and a hot boy. Nothing can beat that. Until I meet Mason “Mace” Murphy the next “it” pitcher for the Boston Red Sox and my client. He’s immature, arrogant, sexy as sin, and the last man that’s going to get into my panties. He’s not used to hearing the word no from women, so I’m going to spell it out for him.
N = Not going to happen.
O = Out of your league buddy.
I was hired to cuddle up to the annoying, beautiful athlete, and give prospective advertisers and fans a different view of this hot-shot professional baller.
Only he’s everything I detest in a man all wrapped into a dream package. Baseball player, talented, athletic body, sculpted face, and ass you can bounce quarters off of. Unfortunately, he also believes he’s God’s gift to women, a man-whore, throws money around like it grows on trees, and conceited. The challenge for him, to break down my defenses and get in there. My challenge, avoid hopping in the sack with him at all costs.
APRIL was another great read about Mia and her journey across America working as a high-end escort. She had high hopes with this job, getting to play the pretend girlfriend for one of the pitchers of her favourite baseball team. But those hopes were dashed the second she meets her client, Mason Murphy, and he opens his mouth. Plainly put, he’s a pig, expecting women to fall at their feet just for a piece of him. Sadly, he acts that way because they all do. Well, except for Mia.
Mia: This guy was going to be challenging. He was smug, sexy as hell, irritating, sexy as hell, downright crass, sexy as hell, and immature. Did I forget anything? Oh yeah, sexy as hell.
After spending some time together, she discovers he’s a pretty fun guy and the pair become great friends. She slowly helps him to clean up his image and together they organise a charity event to support a cause that’s close to his heart. The whole team gets behind it and they end up auctioning several players much to the delight of all the women in attendance. The auction was good, but I would have loved to have seen more about who the men were paired up with. Maybe some funny stories about what the guys had to do with the ladies that purchased them? In the end, Mia’s mission to help Mason with his image was a huge success, and she walked away with another friendship or two under her belt.
Sadly, her relationship with Wes has taken a turn, and at this point I’m not sure if it’s for the worst or if they’ll find a way to get through it. My fingers are crossed on the latter happening.
Mia: For me, though, when he came to Chicago on that whim, something had changed, and I thought perhaps I could wait for him.
April (Calendar Girl # 4)
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