Officially Over It
Lani Lynn Vale
Release Date: October 13, 2020
Going from a professional baseball player to a SWAT officer should’ve been seamless. Should have been.
But it wasn’t.
All it took was one single calendar shoot for word to spread that Nathan Cox was not only no longer playing professional baseball, but he was also the man behind saving the life of Reggie Morton, the City of Kilgore’s princess.
Reggie didn’t know that by agreeing to provide the expertise and the know-how for the Police Officer’s Ball that she would be required to actually attend the function.
What she also didn’t expect was needing to be saved—again—by the same man that had saved her life a year ago when she hosted her debut event.
This time in a not-nearly-as-spectacular way. The moment she falls into his arms like a modern-day Cinderella and takes him in in all his three-piece suited glory, she realizes that she’s been fighting the impossible.
Nathan Cox owns her. Body and soul.
Officially Over It follows Nathan (former pro baseballer turned SWAT) and Reggie. These 2 have been connected in some way since they were kids. They know what buttons to push to get a desired reaction but at the same time, they know what the other needs before they have to ask. Their relationship really is #goals.
When his world is flipped upside down thanks to the shady acts of an ex girlfriend, there is only one person that Nathan could imagine involving in this disaster, his dear Reggie. Now Reggie and Nathan have quite the secret of their own that they have been hiding for several years, but Nathan’s new world will cause this to become public knowledge. How will their families react? How about their friends?
I absolutely loved this book. Despite their antagonizing, these two very clearly love each other and that love goes deep. This was a really fun read and kept me hooked from the beginning.
Lani Lynn Vale is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author of over thirty titles. She is married with three children, two dogs, to cats, a donkey, and a couple (a couple meaning over twenty) chickens. She hails from the Great State of Texas.
When she’s not writing, you can find her curled up in her favorite chair reading.