@GoddessFish – Rookie Season by V.K. Robbins

The Deets

Talented young ballplayer
Clay Love has just been called up from the minors to play major league
baseball. Freelance writer and divorcée Rose Lasting, the world’s biggest
baseball fan, wasn’t expecting to fall in love when she fell into Clay’s arms,
but fall in love she did. Now they are caught up in a whirlwind romance
complicated by the paparazzi, Clay’s ex-girlfriend, Rose’s ex-husband, and a
stalker who puts Rose’s life in grave danger. Saving her life and catching her
attacker takes you on a roller coaster of emotion and intrigue that you won’t
soon forget.
Rookie Season is the first book in the Love in
the Ballpark Series, by V.K. Robbins. This adult erotic romance tale sizzles
with romantic and sexual chemistry, emotion, and suspense. Once you start
reading, you won’t be able to put it down.

A Sneak Peek Inside…

Lots of unexpected things had
happened in my life. When Joel walked out on me after ten years of marriage
that was unexpected. When my grandfather died a few months later that was
unexpected, too. It seemed like all the unexpected things in my life weren’t
the good kind. Until now.

game moved slowly. Painfully so. Then there were extra innings. I wanted to
pound my head on the railing. The only real bright spots were when Clay ran out
to take left field. I sat on the edge of my seat and watched his long easy
stride. Did he really ask me out? I asked myself again and again. Twice during
the game he’d run over to the stands on his way to the dugout and give me the
ball he had just caught. The first time he leaned forward and whispered in my
ear, “I can’t wait to see you later.” The second time, he handed me
the ball and playfully whined like a little kid, “When is this game going
to be o-o-o-ver?”
was thinking the same thing. That’s when Sam chimed in again, “There’s no
way he’s twenty-five. No way.” I rolled my eyes and sat down. It looked
like Sam was falling into one of his melancholy moods, the kind that started
hitting him out of the blue after his wife passed away. But even that couldn’t
ruin my excitement.

the game ended. By that time, I didn’t care about the final score or who won. I
hurriedly said goodbye to Sam and jogged my way up the stairs, dodged a bunch
of people, and jumped over a few seats to get to the stadium exit.

Who is Veronica Robbins…?

Robbins is a published author of both fiction and nonfiction who has been
writing professionally for the last 20 years. In addition to writing fiction
and poetry (her first love), she is also an expert grant writer and copy
writer.  When she’s not writing, she’s
watching baseball, enjoying her children, reading, and trying to train her dog,
Handsome, who so far has been very successful at training her. You can follow
Veronica on Facebook or through her blog, A Writer’s Journey.
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