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Average rating: 3.41 · 286 ratings · 89 reviews · 13 distinct works · Similar authors
Melting the Millionaire's H...
3.43 of 5 stars 3.43 avg rating — 122 ratings — published 2012 — 4 editions
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High Heat (Hard Hitters, #1)
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By Hook or By Crook
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The Mason Dixon Line
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Nice Work If You Can Get It
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Montana Belle
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Passion dominates the diamond in the second novel in this fun and flirty baseball romance series by the author of High Heat. (That’s me!)



Paul Dudley, president of the Plainview Thrashers, is spinning out of control. Preserving his family’s baseball legacy in these tough times takes everything he’s got, and constant clashes with his father have left him struggling for authority over the team and...

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“The bathroom’s down the hall if you want to take off your tights. I can throw ‘em in the dryer for you if you want. Or, you can hang them on the shower curtain rod.” He turned. “It’s
been a long time since I’ve had a woman’s tights draped over my rod.” A quick wink and he was gone before she could do anything more than gape.”
Linda Morris, Melting the Millionaire's Heart

“Something tells me there’s more than one shaman in Vegas who performs weddings. I think we’re better off intercepting them at the fight.”
“But they could be getting married right now!” Ivy protested, falling into a double-time step to keep up with his pace.
“Lucky we’re in Vegas, then. They have quickie divorces to go with their quickie weddings.”
Linda Morris, By Hook or By Crook

“He returned in a moment with a phone, a high-end model that probably cost way more than hers. His cell phone wallpaper was an abstract artwork with lots of colorful circles and blots—Kandinsky, maybe, or Miro? She always got those
two confused. She gave him points for not having a picture of some scantily-clad woman thrusting her boobs at the camera, like Steve had on his phone. Tacky. Nude-woman wallpapers were the cell phone equivalent of silver naked-lady mud flaps, in her opinion.”
Linda Morris, Melting the Millionaire's Heart

“He’s been fighting a lot on the Midwest circuit, but Vegas is the big-time. If he ever wants to get anywhere, he has to fight here. And since we’re here, we thought we’d get married, since Vegas is so romantic.”
Ivy could think of a dozen cities more romantic than Vegas—Akron, Ohio came to mind—but she didn’t argue.”
Linda Morris, By Hook or By Crook

“She had left her legs bare, and if he wasn’t mistaken, they had a slight sheen. He realized she’d caught him staring when she cleared her throat.
“Are your legs...sparkly?” he managed to ask, feeling the need to explain since he’d been caught leering.
“My body lotion has a little bit of glitter in it,” she said with a trace of diffidence.
She seemed apologetic. For what, he had no idea.”
Linda Morris, By Hook or By Crook

“Something tells me there’s more than one shaman in Vegas who performs weddings. I think we’re better off intercepting them at the fight.”
“But they could be getting married right now!” Ivy protested, falling into a double-time step to keep up with his pace.
“Lucky we’re in Vegas, then. They have quickie divorces to go with their quickie weddings.”
Linda Morris, By Hook or By Crook

“Hey, I’m an art lover,” protested Ramirez. “I love Thomas Kinkade. Painter of Light, you know what I’m sayin’?”
Beverly’s smile froze. “Yes, quite.”
Linda Morris, By Hook or By Crook

“He returned in a moment with a phone, a high-end model that probably cost way more than hers. His cell phone wallpaper was an abstract artwork with lots of colorful circles and blots—Kandinsky, maybe, or Miro? She always got those
two confused. She gave him points for not having a picture of some scantily-clad woman thrusting her boobs at the camera, like Steve had on his phone. Tacky. Nude-woman wallpapers were the cell phone equivalent of silver naked-lady mud flaps, in her opinion.”
Linda Morris, Melting the Millionaire's Heart

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