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eBook Sliding Home (Richmond Rogues, Book 4) epub
  • ISBN: 0505528088
  • Author: Kate Angell
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Love Spell (August 25, 2009)
  • Pages: 294 pages
  • ePUB size: 1998 kb
  • FB2 size 1136 kb
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I love Kate Angell books. The men she has created for the Richmond Rogues baseball team are fabulous and the women she chooses to pair them with are quirky and fun. Each character is uniquely charming.

I love Kate Angell books. You don't have to be a baseball fan to start rooting for this team.

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Sliding Home (Richmond Rogues Author: Kate Angell. The left fielder for the Richmond Rogues had returned from six weeks of spring training in Florida to find someone had moved into his mobile home. One. Who'd been sleeping in Kason Rhodes's bed? The left fielder for the Richmond Rogues had returned from six weeks of spring training in Florida to find someone had moved into his mobile home. That person was presently in his shower. The bathroom door stood cracked open and steam curled into the hallway.

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Returning from spring training only to discover attractive squatter Dayne Sheridan in his mobile home, left fielder Kason Rhodes finds himself unable to cast out the tomboyish woman, who sets out to woo Kason with comfort foods and heady nights of passion. Original. 175,000 first printing.
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~* 4.5 Stars *~
Coming home from six weeks of spring training should have been relaxing for left fielder and loner Kason Rhodes. Unfortunately relaxing isn't an option when he finds a squatter in his double-wide trailer. And it isn't Goldilocks.

Dayne Sheridan, suffering from a bad and public breakup with a well known radio personality, is hiding out and licking her wounds. Short on funds but long on moxie, she found the empty double wide on her flight from Baltimore. She slipped in through the bathroom window, settled in, and got a part time job near by, letting the solitude of the woods around the trailer settle her soul. The settling was going well...until a forbidding Kason shows up and claims she's in his house.

Dayne fights for what she believes is hers. Kason just wants her gone so he can be alone. The unstoppable force meets the immovable object and both will be rocked by the experience.

By now I'm I big fan of the Richmond Rogues series, and I've been looking forward to Kason's story since he was introduced in the last book. Something about the quiet, intense, and solitary man appealed to me. After reading about his history and seeing his character evolve with Dayne, I'm even more pleased. I loved his story. I loved Dayne. She's my favorite of all the female leads in the series to date. Her independence, her generosity of heart, and a stubbornness that was solid but never slipped into annoying were all very appealing. She fit extremely well with the stoic Kason, drawing him out bit by bit in a pleasantly natural and organic way.

I was completely enchanted by both of them and was especially pleased that for the first time in the series, we were given a fully developed and broad story that didn't focus on much beyond the main romantic pairing. It allowed for a full exploration and development of both the characters and their relationship, something that had been missing in the preceding books. There was an ancillary relationship between the head of Rogues promotions department Revelle Sullivan and first basemen Rhaden Dunn, but it was very sparsely featured and the development was really too brief to detract from Kason's and Dayne's relationship. For me it ended up being more of a distraction than a supplement, unlike the secondary and ancillary relationships from the first three books.

Of course, Rhaden was adorable in his feelings for Revelle, his embarrassment in his reaction to her, his hope to start something with her, and then the sweet way he wooed her, but for all that I wish they'd either been given a bit more story to develop or had been left off entirely. I never really got much of a feeling about Revelle. She just wasn't given enough time to be clearly defined as a character for me, or offered enough room for her personality to really develop, and while I enjoyed her interactions with Rhaden, I didn't find her as endearing.

I wasn't totally thrilled with the conclusion of the book. The plot and story arc was going along very well, but towards the end the book took on an odd pacing and the narrative became almost summary-style. After a nice, thorough relationship development, Kason and Dayne were suddenly thrust into an abrupt conflict and subsequent resolution, all contained in a chapter or so. It felt rushed and I didn't think it did their story the justice it deserved. That's the only thing that truly kept this book from being a five star read for me, but even with that issue, Sliding Home is the best of the bunch so far, and I completely appreciated the depth and dimension allowed for Kason and Dayne's development.

For a light, fun, feel good sports romance you can't do much better than Kate Angell's Richmond Rogues. Even for readers who don't like baseball (like me), this series provides a lot of solid romance base hits, and this one slams it out of the park.

Reviewed for One Good Book Deserves Another.
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STORY BRIEF:
Kason is a major league baseball player for the Richmond Rogues. He is a loner, anti-social, rarely speaks and lives with his dog in a mobile home in a secluded wooded area. When he returns from six weeks of spring training, he finds Dayne living in his home. She thought his trailer had been abandoned and is claiming squatter's rights. She had been dumped by her fiancé who took their joint money and changed the locks on their home. She also lost her job doing promotion for his radio talk show. She is now looking for a job while working part-time at Frank's Food Warehouse. Using her employee discount, she stocks the mobile home with family size quantities of mac and cheese, hamburger, kool-aid, pudding, etc. She doesn't know who Kason is, and he lets her assume he is low on money and between jobs. She offers him some of her food and stays in the guest bed. His dog loves her. Kason wants her gone as soon as possible.

REVIEWER'S OPINION:
A quote on the book's cover says "Kate Angell is to baseball as Susan Elizabeth Phillips is to football." I would not say exactly the same, but they are similar. There is wonderful depth of relationship development. The events, conversations, main story, and secondary story are all good, some parts excellent. I didn't want to stop reading. This is my first Angell book. I did not find as much humor in this book as I've found in some of Phillips' books, but it was thoroughly enjoyable. There were a few chuckles and some heart softening moments. There was one funny line that I kept thinking about and chuckling over after reading the book. Page 261, Coach Dyson asks a question, and Psycho gives a funny answer. In general, neat characters, good story, entertaining.

DATA:
Story length: 277 pages. Swearing language: moderate. Sexual language: moderate. Number of sex scenes: 3. Total number of sex scene pages: 7. Setting: current day Richmond, Virginia and Louisville, Kentucky. Copyright: 2009. Genre: contemporary sports romance.

OTHER BOOKS:
To date, I've read the following Kate Angell books.

Richmond Rogues baseball series:
4 stars. Squeeze Play (Book 1) Copyrt 2006. Review Date 10-1-09.
4 stars. Curveball (Book 2) Copyrt 2007. Review Date 10-1-09.
3 stars. Strike Zone (Book 3) Copyrt 2008. Review Date 10-1-09.
5 stars. Sliding Home (Book 4) Copyrt 2009. Review Date 9-18-09.
3 stars. Ho, Humbug, Ho (in anthology Santa, Honey) Copyrt 2009. Review Date 10-4-09.

Other:
1 star. Calder's Rose Copyrt 2003. Review Date 12-1-09.
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