I’m pumped to share Stealing Home at last. When I first wrote Full Count, Chuck was one of my favorite characters. He’s smart, funny, and delicious. He wasn’t exactly the nicest guy in Game On, either. But human nature is all about perception, right? There’s a reason the popular girls or guys are popular, even if you don’t get it. So Chuck’s assholery in Game On was more about how Olivia saw him than about how he really is. I needed to redeem Chuck.
I hope you all enjoy reading Chuck and Sophie’s story as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Going home is rarely a good idea, until you discover what home really means.
After the disaster of Westland’s steroid scandal, Chuck Mathis knows his baseball dreams are kaput; so he decides to focus on his other dream: psychology. He’ll graduate from Westland University, then he’ll leave Madison to earn his master’s and PhD. Nothing is going to stand in his way. Not his overbearing father. Not even baseball.
Except maybe Sophie Tipton.
Chuck decides to work for his father and play on his father’s slow-pitch softball team over the summer. Sophie manages the team. She’s not about to let some college baseball player take over either. And Chuck wants to do more than just play ball with the fiery beauty.
Just as things are falling into place, they start to fall apart. Chuck has to choose between his love of baseball and the girl who has stolen his heart.
It’s an impossible decision.
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