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Seasoned Veteran (Mustangs Baseball Book 7) by [Lee, Roz]
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At forty years old, the Mustangs batting coach, Jake Tulleson, has spent a lifetime running from commitment. When he falls in love with a woman barely older than his daughter, he uses every excuse to justify leaving her when the season is over. It isn’t long before he realizes his mistake and heads back to Dallas to claim what’s his, but it’s going to take a Christmas miracle to convince her to give him a second chance.
Siobhan Flannery is well aware of Jake’s reputation for loving ‘em and leaving, but she believes her love is enough to make him stick around, despite their fifteen year age difference. Before the stadium lights dim following the teams final playoff game, Jake ends their affair and disappears to his off-season hidey-hole. When he returns weeks later, full of remorse and begging for another chance, she just wants him to go away and leave her be. It’ll be a cold day in Dallas before she forgives him.

About the Author

USA Today Bestselling Author, Roz Lee is a displaced Texan who lives in New Jersey with her husband of almost four decades, and Bud, an overly large rescue dog who demands regular romps in the woods no matter how busy his parents are. The mom of two daughters, one a police officer and the other an economist married to a pilot, Roz collects Depression glass, and teacups with rose patterns. Her favorite food is Tex-Mex, and she’s never met a piece of chocolate she didn’t like. When Roz isn’t writing, she’s reading, or traipsing around the country on one adventure or another. Warning—she brakes for antique stores!

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1734 KB
  • Print Length: 92 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: State of Mind Publishing (Nov. 24 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GW3TXAM
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa4aee6c8) out of 5 stars 17 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa509718c) out of 5 stars Tasty Tale for Any Time of the Year April 21 2014
By Beverly Diehl - Published on Amazon.com
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Really fun, spicy little read. Siobhan (which name I always struggle with in my head, over the pronunciation) is a fairly mature 25, left broken-hearted after seasoned veteran batting coach Jake has loved her and left her at season's end.

What I liked: Siobhan's no pushover, and despite Jake having (presumably) much more sexual experience than he does, she still manages to take him by surprise. Loved the angle with the grown daughter playing matchmaker, and the fancy costumes at the ball. What I didn't like: The Magic Vagina. Too many references to how he felt something special for her at the moment he was inside her. [SPOILER ALERT] I also am not a fan of the we-used-protection-but-we're-still-accidentally-pregnant trope, but could swallow it better, EXCEPT for the emphasis on how Siobhan never for a moment considered anything but having the baby. This is a pet peeve of mine; regardless of whether you are pro-choice or not, regardless of whether you live in an era where abortion is legal or not, EVERY woman who's faced with an unplanned pregnancy considers abortion. She might consider it briefly, and immediately rule it out, and I am fine with that, but if I am told by the author it never crossed her mind, then I feel like either the character is an idiot, OR the author is pandering to the pro-life crowd. (See, this character might love sex but she's still a "good girl.") In any event, it draws more attention to the idea than simply letting the reader assume the character did her deliberating in private; it's like the author telling me "she never considered becoming a trapeze artist," I am taken out of the story. [END SPOILER]

I also found some of the transitions between present day and the past jarring. There was a really nice one where it was *present day* Thanksgiving and Siobhan is seated on a barstool, then a flashback chapter to *two months earlier* when she's seated on the same barstool. But then the next chapter also starts with a *present day* tag and I expect it's still Thanksgiving and she's still on the barstool, but it's now December and she's at the ball in costume. Took me a few headshakes to figure out when/where we were.

I really liked the way Jake had come to realize his feelings and continue to pursue a reconciliation with Siobhan without crossing the line into creepy stalker, and I adored the Christmas tree he chose because it needed somebody to love it. Great HEA, smokin' hot sex scenes, overall I did like it very much.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa50973d8) out of 5 stars Another Grand Slam Home Run! Nov. 26 2013
By Jo-ann Ferra - Published on Amazon.com
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Another wonderful read in a great series. How I wish a new one could be published weekly. By all means get to know this wonderful team starting with the 1st book in the series Free Agent. Keep ice nearby you will need it to cool down as this is HOT HOT HOT!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa509739c) out of 5 stars Another base hit from Roz Lee! Nov. 29 2013
By Beach Bum Books - Published on Amazon.com
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Hot, short, sweet, sigh-worthy! Another base hit Mustangs offering, this time with a little May-December romance and a few recurring characters. Fall in love with this series ... I certainly did.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5097690) out of 5 stars Great short read!! July 25 2015
By Arch_Angel - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm always a sucker for a man with a Bad Boy reputation and a misunderstood past.

Jake has this in spades! He's known for his love `em and leave `em ways and his secretive off season life. So when he disguards his latest girlfriend, no one is more surprised than Jake at the loneliness that follows.

On a mission to convince Siobhan that he's ready to settle down, Jake is not prepared for the dismissal he receives. But just when he's ready to throw in the towel, the forces of nature take matters into their own hands.

Short, but definitely very sweet, Seasoned Veteran is a winner.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa50976f0) out of 5 stars Excellent addition to the Mustangs series. Jan. 26 2014
By Romance Lover - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a terrific story about a man scared to commit, the woman he hurt terribly, and the way he woos her back to his side. But Siobhan isn't ready to let Jake back into her life - not after he took her love and tossed it away as if it had no meaning. As if the end of baseball season naturally meant the end of their relationship. The story goes back and forth between present day and the past, at the very beginning of Siobhan and Jake's relationship, but trust me it's all worth it.

This isn't my favorite Mustangs story, but I still liked it a whole bunch.