Stacia Kendall was just fired from her job as an image consultant on what became a losing political campaign with the blame falling onto her. Feeling a bit down and not knowing what she’ll be doing next Stacia finds herself flirting with an attractive man and thinking maybe a one night stand is just what she needs right now.
Sneaking off after her night of passion Stacia finds herself being sent to a new job consulting for a baseball player who’s image needs work. Out of the political arena Stacia still wants to prove herself to her overbearing father a prominent and powerful Senator. When Stacia arrives to fulfill the contract though she finds none other than Jason Friar, the man she just left sleeping in his bed.
Going All the Way is the first book in the Knights of Passion series. This one was just an OK read in my opinion though. The story of the female character working with the hot, broody athlete is not a new one but the question I always have in this case is why would a professional female put her job on the line crossing the line between private and professional relationships? With this particular story though at least the characters had started their physical attraction before working together to save me from completely disliking a strong woman crossing that line. Otherwise, the writing and characters in this story were done well so it’s just my own opinion of that professional line crossing that brought my rating down a bit.
I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley.