Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Going All the Way (Knights of Passion Book 1) by Megan Ryder - Review


He’s looking for redemption.
After destroying his reputation, Jason Friar is desperate to make a comeback in Major League Baseball. The only team who will have him is the perennial cellar dwellers, the Georgia Knights, who are looking for a leader for their struggling team. With the contract comes a leash, held by a sexy image consultant with whom he had a hot fling...

She’s looking for respect.
After being blamed for the collapse of a political candidate’s campaign, Stacia Kendall needs a new opportunity to prove herself to her father, a prominent and powerful Senator. Her one chance is to redeem the image of Jason Friar and not succumb to the heat simmering between them, a heat she knows so well...

Can Stacia help Jason find the redemption he needs, while protecting her heart?

My Review: 

When a secret gets out about the political candidate that Stacia Kendall is working with, she loses her job.  Her best friend is there to pick up the pieces and takes Stacia out for drinks to help her blow off steam.  When Stacia spots a lone man in the bar, she sets her eyes on him and makes her move and they end up back at his hotel room.  The most amazing night of her life was also her biggest mistake.     

Jason Friar is ready to put his past behind him and play baseball again.  When he is accepted by the Georgia Knights, he is told he needs to keep a clean image and focus solely on the game.  Jason is told he will be working with an image consultant.  He had no idea it would be the woman that he just had a one night stand with. 

This was an entertaining book with two characters who are total opposites.  Stacia is a good girl and Jason is the stereotypical bad boy jock.  I thought the author did a good job bringing these two characters together and the rest of the story. 

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