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Without a job lined up following graduation, Cam Morgan took his best friend up on his offer to move to Milwaukee and stay with him until he could get on his feet. The last thing he wanted to do the day after getting to town was go to a party filled with a bunch of jocks. Sure, they were "professional athletes", but Cam was convinced that bigger bank accounts didn't make them any more accepting of people like him. He certainly didn't expect to meet Jason, the Mavericks' catcher who broke every stereotype he'd had.
What started out as one hot, sweaty night together quickly grows into something deeper. Jason welcomes Cam into his home and his life, but now he has to teach the younger man that it's not a sign of weakness to let people help you.
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By Tammy on 07-08-17
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I was really disappointed in the characters in this book, both Cam and Jason. I was really looking forward to Jason's story also because he was such a rock to Sean with his relationship issues but he fell really short for me.
My problem with Jason was: 1) why would you go after a team mates friend when you knew he had feelings for
this particular person
2) You were more upset with not having someone to cook you breakfast
rather than Cam not being there in the first place.
3) totally ignoring Cam when the whole team was around
Cam was: 1) being a total CRAP friend to Drew/totally disregarding any of his feelings or just talking to him while he was sober plus not being there as a friend/person should be!
2) saying one thing and meaning another, how messed up is that?!?!!
3) you piss all over someone (Jason) when they are sticking up for you even though they may be outing themselves
Just too many things annoyed me with the one, good thing I read the 3rd book first otherwise I would have never read any more after this book. Sorry to say this one wasn't what I expected it to be. :-( Not even sure if I should go on from here reading the series. ( I did enjoy book 1 and 3 though