That’s what the last girl I slept with said when she got her first sober glimpse of me. She laughed, walked out of my penthouse—and I never saw her again. It doesn’t matter that I’m a rich, professional athlete; what mattered was my face.
Noah has achieved success on the field as a professional baseball field but off the field he feels like he doesn’t fit in and his way with the ladies involves more strikes than homeruns. When he contacts Miranda about some baseball cards that she is selling he allows his true personality to shine in through their text messages in a way that he isn’t comfortable doing in person.
Miranda is torn about selling her Grandfather’s baseball cards but she needs the money if she is to achieve her dreams for the future. She is looking forward to meeting Noah as they got along so well in the messages but when she meets the man she thinks is Noah she is less than impressed. Let the fun begin!
I liked the fact that this story is almost a role reversal as Miranda is bold and brash while Noah is shy and is the one who doesn’t feel confident when it comes to relationships. They are so much fun together and together they create the perfect balance.