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Going All the Way (Knights of Passion Book 1) by [Ryder, Megan]
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Length: 229 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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He’s looking for redemption.
After destroying his reputation, Jason Friar is desperate to make a comeback in Major League Baseball. The only team who will have him is the perennial cellar dwellers, the Georgia Knights, who are looking for a leader for their struggling team. With the contract comes a leash, held by a sexy image consultant with whom he had a hot fling...

She’s looking for respect.
After being blamed for the collapse of a political candidate’s campaign, Stacia Kendall needs a new opportunity to prove herself to her father, a prominent and powerful Senator. Her one chance is to redeem the image of Jason Friar and not succumb to the heat simmering between them, a heat she knows so well...

Can Stacia help Jason find the redemption he needs, while protecting her heart?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1374 KB
  • Print Length: 229 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Tule Publishing (6 April 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #150,176 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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Going All The Way is my first read by Megan Ryder and this sports romance surprised me as I’ll be honest that I didn’t expect much but it was such an intriguing read that is incredibly well written. Mixing a down on his luck former wild baseball player and an image consultant made for a unique read that will have you flicking the pages eager to find out how it all plays out.

Told from dual point of view, Jason and Stacia have an incredible attraction that heats up fairly quickly in an initial one night stand. However, when their paths cross again, that initial attraction continues to build for both. Both characters are strong and independent but also have flaws from their very different upbringings, adding a realistic connection between the characters and readers.

Going All The Way is well written with a great flow and witty undertone. The book had plenty of steamy scenes but without taking anything away from the plot. Although this book is the start of a series, do not be put off as this can be read as a standalone. The ending rounded off the story in an appropriate style that fitted the whole book, giving a sweet HEA.

Overall, I would definitely recommend this book to any sports romance fans out there.

*Purchased on Amazon UK
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By Amy on 14 February 2017
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3.5 rounded to 4 stars

I have to say, I didn't care for Jason for at least the first half of the book and didn't see a connection on an emotional level between him and Stacia. Physical connection...yes, but I didn't feel the emotional level at all. Maybe it was because Jason was portrayed as such a jerk in the beginning, I didn't see any qualities that would convince me why Stacia had fallen for him, except what he could do to her in bed. I did enjoy the fact that Stacia gave back as good as she got. She didn't back down from his attitude and would even knock him down a few pegs. I absolutely loved Jason's mother, she is a total riot.

The last half of the book completely hooked me. When butt-hurt Jason let down his guard and became human is when I fell for him. The way he finally opened up and became a team player and worked with the others was heart-warming. His defensiveness came back towards the end but they seemed to fight it together and have an enjoyable HEA. I look forward to reading more in this series.
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By Shelagh TOP 50 REVIEWER on 11 April 2016
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I don't pretend to know anything about baseball. I've never seen a game, but that really didn't matter despite Going All The Way having a strong baseball theme.
This is a story of second chances, at least as far as careers and lifestyles are concerned. Stacia is an image consultant who has been very much under the thumb of her powerful US senator father, a domineering bully who thinks he can direct both her personal and her professional life. She's been kicked off a political campaign because the candidate she's been minding was caught with his fly unzipped, wrecking his squeaky clean image. Taking up the challenge of resurrecting the image of a bad boy baseballer returning to the game after a year on the sidelines due to injury might be just what she needs.
Jason has a poor press image, has never been regarded as a team player and has a reputation of being a ladies man. He's been out of the public eye for a year recovering from shoulder surgery and really needs a contract to get himself back into the game. Getting that contract with the Georgia Knights is not quite what he had in mind but that's the only offer on the table.
The sexual pull between Stacia and Jason was there from the beginning and it sizzled along nicely. The story worked well too, and it was good to see things working out for these two. Along the way there were some nice twists.
I enjoyed this book. The pace was fast and light. Perfect if you like baseball stories and really not bad at all if you are looking for a light and enjoyable book to curl up with.
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Jason Friar doesn't have many options when it comes to returning to the game he loves, but he's desperate enough that he'll accept the offer from the Georgia Knights baseball team. However, certain conditions come with him signing on the dotted line, which is having an image consultant to help with his tarnished reputation.

After failing her latest client in keeping his image clean, Stacia Kendall has nothing to lose. Having a one-night stand might be a bad idea, but she doesn't care, it's not as if she'll see the guy again. However, when she's offered a new position helping to clean up a baseball player's image, she can't believe the player is the man she can't get off her mind.

Right from the beginning, I was captivated by this story, as Stacia has finally decided to stop being a good girl. She needs to let her hair after everything that has happened due to her failing to keep her client's image clean, which has left her father disappointed in her.

The dialogue really drew me into this story, and made me enjoy both the main and secondary characters. Stacia's best friend is protective and I enjoyed her interactions with Jason. Her threat if he hurts her friend amused me. The heroine is strong, brave, tenacious, and stubborn. I liked how she stood up to Jason when he was against anything she wanted him to do, and that she wasn't afraid to blackmail someone to help Jason out. Yet, what I liked most about her was how she finally stood up to her dad; a man that finally needed to realize that his daughter would no longer obey the things he expected of her.

While Jason, he was a fantastic hero and I enjoyed the moments when he teased Stacia to get a reaction out of her.
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