Review: Going For It by Elle Kennedy

Going For It by Elle Kennedy

Going For It

Before she leaves town, she's going out with a bang...
Sam Taylor has lusted after ex-baseball player Riley Scott for far too long. Now, her business bought out from under her, broke, and with nothing to lose, she refuses to leave town without getting the one thing she's always wanted. Riley. In her bed.

Riley had the reputation as a player on and off the baseball field. He's wanted Sam for years, but valued her friendship too much to let sex ruin it. Now, after a forced retirement, he's looking for a purpose in his life. Sam's bar, the Diamond, is just the thing to get his life back on track.

But before he can reveal that he's the new owner, he finds himself the willing victim of her full-on seduction. As he succumbs to her feminine charms, he begins to think maybe there's a way he can have it all--the Diamond, the woman, and the friend.

Until she finds out he's the one responsible for taking away her most treasured possession...


A hot, let me repeat that, HOT little short story. Maybe a little too hot with a little too little plot (I have no idea what I just typed).

I wish Ms. Kennedy would've expanded the whole deal a little, make it seem less like PWP. I still liked it, though. The two really had some chemistry going, and lots of time to make up for (two years, people!).

The heroine's reaction after learning the news surprised me, though. I would've smacked the bastard silly. And what was with him taking that long to go after her?!

All in all, a sweet (I use that word a lot, I know), short, steamy hot quickie of a story, perfect for a rainy afternoon (or at least the rainy amount of time it takes to read a short story).

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