Alicia Riley is a sport medical specialist and Garrett Scott is an injured pitcher. Alicia has grown up in a family of sports heros and they are pretty much a pain in the ass to her. When she heard Garrett wimping about never pitching again and how nothing was working, she told him like she saw it. To pull his head out and suck it up. Now was she going to love the job she loved so much and trained so long for?
She is assigned to be his personal therapist. With a bit of give and take on both sides the perfect solution surfaces in the end.
Burton has done it again. Nothing like the previous books in the series yet all of the characters come out to play. Burton successfully crawls into her character's heads and they stay true to her concept of them through out the book. No one is perfect, but everyone is basically a good soul. The quietness of Garrett impressed me the most. He is not an alpha but he is hot, intelligent and willing to admit when he is wrong.
Alicia is clear thinking, determined and stays the course. Her strength is just what the very talented Garrett needs at this point in his life.
The next book in this series is a racing car driver...My favourite sport. Hear the engines, smell the fuel...can not wait.