Tuesday, August 5, 2014

The Devil in Denim by Melanie Scott (New York Saints #1)

The Devil in Denim

Written by: Melanie Scott
Series: New York Saints
Sequence in Series: 1
Page Count: 352 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Publication date: August 26, 2014
Rating: 3.5 Stars
ISBN-10: 1250040426
ISBN-13: 978-1250040428
Genre: Contemporary Romance
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Life Just Threw Her A Curveball.

As the team-owner’s daughter, Maggie Jameson grew up in the New York Saints’ stadium—glove, cap, hot dogs, and all. Baseball’s in her blood, and she’s always dreamed of the day when she would lead the Saints to victory herself. That was before her dad had to sell the team to Alex Winters. The fast-talking, fiercely attractive businessman has a baseball pedigree that’s distinctly minor league. Maggie wants to hate him but his skills of seduction, however, are off the charts.

Will Love Be A Home Run?

Alex could never have imagined how much this team means to Maggie. He needs her to help show the players that they’re still a family…even if he and Maggie are at the verge of exchanging blows. But her fiery determination and gorgeous looks prove irresistible to Alex. And much as he wants to relegate their relationship to the playing field—and get the Saints back in the game—Alex just can’t help himself: What he wants to win most is Maggie’s heart…

The Devil in Denim (New York Saints, #1)My Review:
The Devil in Denim by Melanie Scott

Maggie Jameson always thought she’d take over the family’s baseball franchise until The Devil in Denim smashed her dreams.

You know the saying there is a fine line between love and hate, well Maggie’s and Alex’s relationship shouldn’t actually categorized as hate but highly confrontational most definitely. The chemistry is explosive between Alex and Maggie, they just need to learn to work together for the team to be a success.

Both are extremely attracted to each other, but Maggie tries to maintain a working/professional relationship at least in the public eye. Two type A personalities, with one always giving in doesn’t really work, so I was surprised by how much “crow” Maggie accepted to make things work and not just with Alex. Maggie seemed to be hit with a series of unfortunate events syndrome, but pulled herself through it quite satisfactory.

The Devil in Denim was an entertaining romance with enough chemistry to grab your attention. I found The Devil in Denim to be a pleasant, funny, quick and an easy read, 3.5 Stars.

I received this ARC copy of THe Devil in Denim from St. Martin's Paperbacks in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication August 26, 2014.



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