Cleat Chaser by Celia Aaron and Sloane Howell (Book Review)


Kyrie Kent hates baseball. She hates players even more. When her best friend drags her to a Ravens game, she spends the innings reading a book… Until she gets a glimpse of the closer—a pitcher who draws her like a magnet. Fighting her attraction to Easton Holliday is easy. All she has to do is keep her distance, avoid the ballpark, and keep her head down. At least, all that would have worked, but Easton doesn’t intend to let Kyrie walk so easily. When another player vies for Kyrie’s attention, Easton will swing for the fences. But will Kyrie strike him out or let him steal home?

Full disclosure: This is an erotic romance full of hot guys in tight baseball pants, even more guys in tight baseball pants who know how to swing a big stick, and explicit sex.

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Love at first sight or is it just lust at first glance?
That, my dears, is the millionth dollar question. 
For me, I don’t believe in love at first sight. To truly be in love, you have to know a person.
Those warm tingly feelings people experience when they meet someone is not love, it’s lust, infatuation, carnal desire. Pure and simple. 
You might call me unromantic, cynical, but actually I am a realist. I believe in real feelings which, I believe, can only come with time. 
In Cleat Chaser, Easton claims to have fallen in love with Kyrie after only a week. Okay, maybe this is possible if they really spent 24-7 with each other but they didn’t. Heck for the most part, she gave him the cold shoulder. While she ignored him, Easton practically begged her to talk to him. 
At several points in this book, I wanted to yell, “Man the F-up!”
His behavior/actions were a huge turn-off. 
With all that said, if you take the whole lust/love aspect out of this story and solo focus on the sex, you won’t be disappointed. They were scorching, erotic scenes! 
However the best parts of Cleat Chaser involved any scene featuring Nikki, Kasey, and Braden. These three sexy, crazy, funny, wickedly kinky people kept me in stitches because they had no filter and would try anything once. 
Oh yeah, they are my type of people. 
Without them, this book would’ve scored almost nil. With them, I’ll give it 1.5 stars. 1/2 a star for each supporting actor mentioned above. 
Heart Rating System:
1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤1/2

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  1. Anonymous

    Nice cover but I think I'll pass on it. Tina

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