Since we’re in the throes of baseball season and it’s been hard watching my Mets play, I’m reaching out to the West Coast for today’s Man Candy Monday.
Charlie Culberson is currently an infielder with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He has played for the San Francisco Giants and the Colorado Rockies. He also comes from a baseball family since his dad also played in the major league.
By Keith Allison on Flickr (Originally posted to Flickr as “Charlie Culberson”) [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
It’s not too late to enjoy the sexy boys of summer and if you love baseball as much as I do, or sexy stories about a slightly older woman and a hot rookie ball player, then please take a moment to check out ROOKIE OF THE YEAR. Download your free copy at this link https://www.instafreebie.com/free/j7l1p and if you liked the book, please take a moment to leave a review. They really really do help authors and we appreciate when you take the time to do them!
Here’s a teaser for ROOKIE OF THE YEAR.
Alicia Santos knows she shouldn’t be tempted by the team’s new rookie catcher. . .
But Joe Fernandez isn’t just your average baseball player. He’s a potential rookie of the year with amazing skills on the field. Smart, sexy and determined, he’s fought hard for everything in his life and Alicia appreciates that kind of focus. But she’s older and wiser, or so she thinks, until Joe sets his sights on winning her over off the field. . .
Joe Fernandez has never backed down from a challenge . . .
Especially when it’s a woman like his team’s beautiful trainer. He doesn’t mind that she’s older or stubbornly refusing to give into her attraction for him. He’s a patient man and little by little he wears away her resistance.
Nights spent together are glorious and forbidden . . .
Alicia and Joe work hard to keep their personal and professional lives apart to avoid problems on the baseball field. When a career-ending injury threatens their newfound love, Alicia and Joe must find the strength to rebuild Joe’s body and restore balance to their lives.
Doing something a little different today for Man Candy Monday! I guess this was prompted by this baseball season and the assortment of beards that were visible out on the field. I haven’t seen that much facial hair in years. Some of it not so attractive.
So, I’m okay with a beard as long as it’s nicely trimmed and neat. What about you? Beard or no beard?
First of all, congrats to both the Indians and the Cubs for making it to the World Series. One of two long droughts in baseball will end this year. Me, I’m rooting for the Cubbies. I’ve got to stick with the National League and I have two good friends who are diehard Cubs fans, so this one is for you Barb & Priscilla.
So Kris Bryant caught my eye the other day while watching the Cubs-Dodgers game. What a cutie and what amazing blue eyes! Thanks to Kris’s Facebook Fan Page for today’s Man Crush Monday photo.
You could say baseball is in our blood. We all love to play and watch baseball. I used to play catcher in high school and my husband was an outfielder for his Little League team. My daughter was a mean third baseman, just like her fav player, the Mets’ David Wright. Speaking of the Mets, so sad. I’m convinced I’m a jinx. Every time that I’ve had division playoff tickets, they’ve lost. I won’t buy them again. Sigh.
Anyway, today’s throwback is to my daughter during her high school playing days.
With a Wild Card Game to win, the Mets will have Noah Syndergaard on the mound and besides having a smoking fastball, Noah is a smoking hot guy! 6’5″ with piercing blue eyes and those golden locks. It’s no wonder that they call him Thor. Noah can also hit the ball, having had several home runs and hits as a Met. Nominated to the All Star Game this year, Noah unfortunately had to miss the game due to an injury.
Here’s hoping Thor can bring his hammer down on the Giants this Wednesday!
Hubby and I went to school right outside of Philadelphia and as it turned out, our daughter chose a college in Philadelphia as well! The first parent’s weekend, we went out for the festivities and who was there: None other than the Philly Fanatic, the mascot for the Phillies baseball team.
This is my daughter with the Fanatic and my hubby photobombing them!