Double Play (A Pacific Heat Novel #1) (Mass Market)

By Jill Shalvis

Berkley, 9780425271001, 304pp.

Publication Date: January 7, 2014

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

From the author of Slow Heat, The Trouble with Paradise, and the Lucky Harbor novels...

Pace Martin is the ace pitcher for the Pacific Heat. He's got the arm, the experience and the wins. He's also got the pain, the pressure, and the possible end of his career looming over him. The last thing he needs now is a distraction, even if it comes in the form of a tough, beautiful, tell-it-like-it-is writer who sees past his defenses.

Holly Hutchins knows a good story when she sees one, and the tall, dark and slightly attitude-ridden Pace Martin fits the bill. But when she realizes there’s more at stake than just the win, she starts to notice the handsome broad-shouldered jock in a different light.

Pace and Holly begin a seductive game in which neither wants to drop the ball, but in the face of an unexpected betrayal and challenge, they’ll have to find the courage to swing for the fences…


About the Author

Jill Shalvis is the author of several popular series including the Lucky Harbor Series (It Had to Be You; Always on My Mind; Forever and a Day); the Animal Magnetism series (Rescue My Heart; Animal Attraction; Animal Magnetism), the Wilders series (Instant Attraction; Instant Temptation; Instant Gratification), and the Sky High series (Strong and Sexy; Superb and Sexy; Smart and Sexy). Her baseball-themed romances include Slow Heat and Double Play, and she also appears in anthologies such as He’s The One.


Praise For Double Play (A Pacific Heat Novel #1)

Praise for Jill Shalvis:

“Fall in love with Jill Shalvis! She’s my go-to read for humor and heart.” —Susan Mallery, New York Times bestselling author

“Jill Shalvis writes with humor, heart, and sizzling heat!”—Carly Phillips, New York Times bestselling author

"Jill Shalvis will make you laugh and fall in love.” —Rachel Gibson, New York Times bestselling author