This week’s hook …
by Iris Blobel
He nodded and a sense of relief trickled through him when the doors opened after what had seemed the longest two minutes in a long time.
“Enjoy Melbourne,” he tried once more, but he should have known better. She wasn’t the talkative kind. Shaking his head, he exited the lift and headed towards the front doors. As he walked across the car park, he saw her in the distance and as fate wanted it right next to his car. Choking back a snort in disbelief at the odds of parking beside her, he watched her rummaging in her bag as he approached her.
“Lost your keys?” he asked.
She startled, and the panicky expression in her eyes unnerved him.
Women want him and he wants them…
Pitcher Oliver Dempsey loves playing baseball for a living, yet, when it comes to his private life, ‘love’ is not in his vocabulary. He likes to keep women at an arm’s length … until he meets Tamara. Unprepared for the attraction he feels towards her, he’s drawn in, even more when told by his coach that she’s off limits. And only Oliver can decide whether she’s worth fighting for.
Tamara Amis moved to Melbourne seeking distance from her past. With the help of her uncle, the coach of a baseball club, she quickly finds a job and a place to live. Yet, one meeting with the handsome pitcher Oliver stirs unexpected emotions that threaten to overwhelm her, despite her best efforts to resist falling for him.
It’s Oliver’s injury that brings them together, but as they find out about each other’s pasts, how can they be ready to share a future?
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10 thoughts on “#MFRWHooks “Lost your keys?“ #Bookseries #SportsRomance #mustread”
great first meeting!
Thanks Adriana. Much appreciated 🙂
She is jumpy
Yes she is, for a good reason. 🙂
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Thank you for sharing Dee 🙂
Great hook, and I love the series’ covers!
Thank you Viv ♥
Interesting first meet. Good description. She startled, and the panicky expression in her eyes unnerved him. Enjoyed the excerpt and blurb. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Tena for the kind words. I appreciate it !