An Impressive Read
By SF Flora Jean
This book was well written and very emotional. So many happy tears flowing for the last few chapters I didn’t think I’d be able to finish the book.
Bottom of the ninth
By Gaming nut
I don’t normally write reviews; however, this book deserves recognition. The plot, twists, turns, character development were great. Really enjoyed this read-thanks!
Lots of heart.
Lots of love.
Bottom of the Ninth
Very emotional story, but good.
Bottom of the Ninth
By Bun Brrabbid Lop
Awesome story. Jami Davenport delivered many emotions from the well developed characters. And, she kept me in suspense of what would happen next. I could hardly close the iPad to get some sleep. There is passion /romance. Also, 3 adorable children siblings are involved. A spunky sunshine upbeat young lady - who is their aunt - is the catalyst for the children and the baseball player. And, 3 estranged brothers -- 2 trying to work on the 3rd one to make peace with them and be a family again.
Great ending. Recommend this book. Yes, it was free. New author to me. Am willing to purchase more books written by her.
By Mom's Cooking The Books
This is the first time I have read a book about baseball and because I love sports romance, it was right up my alley. This can be read as a standalone, but I wish I would have read the other books prior to this one to get the history of his brothers. It is not necessary though, there is enough information given in the book that you don’t feel like you stepped in the middle of something.
Zeke is definitely a tortured soul. His family life is all fabricated by his agent and he tries to portray the good guy, stay out of trouble athlete. He is a good guy, but he has so much pain from his past that he harbors that he is now in a batting slump and was traded to Seattle of all places! Both of his brothers play for their respective sporting teams, one plays pro hockey, the other plays pro football. Zeke wants nothing to do with them and tells them so repeatedly. Their family history will break your heart.
Paisley is on the run trying to make a new life for herself and her sister’s twins, Sophie and Sadie and her nephew Brayden. Her sister was found murdered and she knows her brother-in-law did it and is currently in jail for another charge, so she got temporary custody of the children and left Idaho for Seattle. Paisley didn’t have a happy childhood either but she was such a positive person. She worked hard to make life better for everyone.
This book took me on a journey that made my heart hurt at times. I felt so bad for the characters and all they went through as the story unfolded. They found refuge in each other’s arms and their chemistry is hot! Zeke and Paisley were believable, developed characters and the relationship they had with the children was wonderful. I enjoyed every heartbreaking moment.
Another sexy Wolfe brother!
By Lynn B888
You're no stranger to the Wolfe brothers if you're a fan of Jami Davenports sports romances, and now it's the elusive Zeke turn! Great characters and descriptions sweep us up into the story from the start of Chapter One, and don't let us go until the final page! Lots of emotions come to the surface along the way ... sadness, empathy, and finally a huge swell of joy!
Newly traded to the Seattle Skookums, pro baseball player Zeke Wolfe is not happy at all to be in the same town as the two brothers he wrote off years ago. He arrives into town in a bad mood, and on the way to his new house, his mood doesn't improve much as the conscience that still lives beneath his fake demeanor forces him to stop and rescue a stranded woman and three kids along the side of the road.
Paisley Madison is in dire straights with her nieces and nephew, so when this handsome ball player is suddenly in front of her offering help ... even if begrudgingly! ... she can't kick a gift horse in the mouth! She buries her worries and puts on a bright face and hires herself on as his assistant!
Neither of them wants to feel the instant attraction to each other that they do, and at first they try to fight it ... but eventually, it's easier just to give in. Can this ready-made-family actually turn into the real thing, or will their ugly pasts come back to haunt them before all is said and done?
One of my Favorites!
By Mojo back
So what does a loner, angry anti-social, baseball star do when he runs across a soaking wet, tired woman and her three kids? Picks them up and takes them home, of course.
Zeke Wolfe is a star professional baseball player, who is in a slump and gets traded to a struggling team in a town he hates. Not a good week for Zeke. On his way home, in the rain, he turns a corner and inadvertently drenches a woman and her three kids. Zeke isn’t one to have a big heart and he doesn’t even like kids, but something makes him go back and check to see they are ok.
Paisley Madison, her nephew and twin nieces are down to their last $5.00, they are tired, hungry, homeless and now soaking wet. When Paisley’s car breaks down on the side of the road on a rainy night in Seattle she doesn’t know what she will do. With nowhere to stay, no money and no transportation she’s struggling to see the upside to her situation. When an expensive SUV turns the corner and sends a wave of water over her and the kids she is pretty sure she has hit rock bottom.
Zeke convinces Paisley to come with him, he will put her up for the night, give her and the kids a meal and send them on their way in the morning. Except he doesn’t. Paisley has other ideas, she convinces Zeke he needs and assistant and she is it. Zeke’s manager jumps on board and Paisley has a job, and a home for her and the kids. But when the team is bought by new management, and they want to highlight Zeke’s life and his relationships, Paisley takes on a new role as fake fiancé. But will Zeke’s hidden hatred of his bothers and Paisley’s past bring down their carefully constructed public image?
I liked this book, it was a great addition to the Game on Seattle series. Jami gave us some closure to the Wolfe brothers and we got to keep up with couples from the other books. There was even a wedding! I recommend this book, if you read the previous books or if you are just looking for a really good fake fiancé turned real story. You won’t be disappointed.
**I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
A story filled with love, passion, hidden pasts, fear, family, and believing in yourself.
Bottom of the Ninth is a great addition to the Game in in Seattle series. Zeke is the last of the Wolfe brothers to have his story told. He is running from his family and trying to avoid them and any relationships at all costs. Paisley is running from her past trying to protect her nieces and nephew from their abusive father. On fateful rainy day is Seattle brings their lives crashing together. They all must face their demons and understand they are who they chose to be. A story filled with love, passion, hidden pasts, fear, family, and believing in yourself. A great read!
By Sandie Parsons
I have been waiting for Zeke's story and I wasn't disappointed. Reading this book was like visiting family in Seattle. Zeke is such a good man he just doesn't see it, he can't care for anyone or believe anyone can care for him because of the mental and physical abuse from his father. He believes he is his father's son and will hurt anyone close. Paisley is in survival mode needing to put a roof over her dead sister's kids heads. The love story between Zeke and Paisley (and the kids) is rocky, just as rocky as Zeke's troubled relationship with his brothers. I enjoyed this being a baseball book with lots of baseball in it. This book is well written (as all of Jami's books are) and the characters so well developed, I feel like they are part of my family. Easy to recommend this book and can't wait for the next one.