Recovering from a shoulder injury that could end his career as starting pitcher of the New York Empires, Drew MacIntire comes to Silver Bay for solitude and privacy from the media frenzy his surgery has created. After he dances with the beautiful baker, Baylee, at his sister’s wedding, his heart not only wants baseball back, but a future with her as well.
Baylee Nelson is settled into her simple, small town life in Silver Bay with her young son, Casey. When Drew saunters into her bakery intent on asking her out, she can’t help but be thrilled. He’s handsome, sexy, kind, and also takes interest in Casey. Baylee knows she needs to keep things casual. She and Drew live in separate worlds, and she needs to keep her focus on her business and son, but Drew didn’t get to the top by giving up easily.
Sweet read with a feel good vibe and very low angst.
This romance is very squeaky clean. Too squeaky clean for my liking.
Baylee has a son with Asperger’s it’s been tough but she does what is best for her son. His father wasn’t interested and boy is he a piece of work. She envies the love she sees that her friends have.
Drew, baseball pitcher is having a tough time. With a busted shoulder he doesn’t know what is happening now let alone in the future.
That is until he meets Baylee at his sister’s wedding and can’t get her out of his head.
Baylee and Drew are sweet together and they make their feelings clear from the beginning there is an instalove feel to the book. They have the press to deal with and what it will be like for a small town girl garnering the attention of such a high profile athlete.
Kate, Drew’s sister stuck her nose where it was none of her business to stick it. I didn’t like that woman at all.
Although well written I got to say this book didn’t move me. I reckon this is me and not the book so don’t let it deter you from reading the book.