Wednesday, February 22, 2023

Release Blitz for RS Grey's Three Strikes and You're Mine

Three Strikes And You're Mine by R.S. Grey is out now! Check out the gorgeous new sports romcom and be sure to grab your copy today!

Title: Three Strikes And You're Mine

Author: R.S. Grey

Genre: Contemporary Romance

About Three Strikes And You're Mine:

Dear Past Me,   Future You here, coming to offer a little advice: hang on for dear life. This summer is going to be a wild one. I know what you’re thinking: Life’s going so well! I don’t have a care in the world! Wrong. That culinary career you love so much? It’s about to go up in smoke, and your boyfriend? Yeah…he’s a goner too. If only love were as simple as, say, actually adding yourself to the lease agreement so you don’t suddenly find yourself loveless, jobless, and homeless!   Did your five-year plan include moving back in with your family and sharing a bed with your Nonna? No? Well, hate to break it to you…it’s exactly as traumatizing as it sounds.   Have you had enough? Too bad. Buckle up—it gets worse. Your new boss is a professional baseball player, and he’s hot, like really hot, but you’ll pretend not to notice because he’s a single dad and it feels wrong to ogle him in front of his innocent child. Unfortunately, he thinks you’re sexy as hell too. Unrequited love is one thing; mutual off-limits pining destined to explode in the worst of ways? What could go wrong…wrongwrong… (That’s me fading out because you have to take it from here, kid. Good luck! Don’t screw this up for me.)   Sincerely, Your future (wiser) self 

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About R.S. Grey:

R.S. Grey is the USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels. She lives in Texas with her husband and daughter, and can be found reading, bingewatching reality TV, or practicing yoga! Visit her at  

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Lisa Kane's 4.5 Star Review

RS Grey is one of my favorite authors. I most enjoy her rom/com's and Three Strikes might just be one of her best. 

Luke Allen has just retired from being the pitcher for the New York Pinstripes. As much as he loves the game, he's a single dad with a precocious, adorable little girl named Harper. He feels she needs to come first and after filling her life with nannies, it's about time he made his life about her. Her mom, a good friend of Luke's died when Harper was two. They never married, but he valued her friendship and misses her in his life. 

Chloe Ricci is a pastry chef at the Fig & Olive restaurant, owned by her boyfriend and renowned chef, Miles Wilson and a good one at that.  Her boyfriend is a bit aloof (come on, he's a real douche canoe) but Chloe is a little bit of a push over and she's not one to make demands. After both have finished working a long shift, he tells her he has some things to finish up. Mind you, it's late at night, it's New York and he can't be bothered to make sure she gets to home okay. But she forgets her keys, comes back to the kitchen and sees him "cooking up" a little mischief with Chloe's good friend. Talk about stirring the pot. So Chloe leaves her job, and the apartment she shared with Miles and is out in the cold. 

Chloe's big Italian family are more than happy to have her move back home, but she'd have to share a room with her Nonna. She's going to pass and find a job where she can support herself. A relative comes through and she finds herself working as a caretaker for an estate in Bridgehampton. Her first night there, the owner, Luke Allen surprises her from a dead sleep. Turns out his plans to go to Colorado are derailed and he's spending the summer here. No need for a caretaker. 

Chloe convinces Luke she can do what she does best-cook up delicious meals for Luke and Harper and do odd things around the house. These two have chemistry but Chloe just got out of a messy relationship with her boss and she isn't going to lose another job because she thinks her boss is hot. Let's see how avoiding getting involved with Luke is going to work out. 

Luke and Chloe are funny and caring and genuinely good people. Their dialogue is funny as are their inner thoughts, both intent on keeping things strictly business. Um hmmm...

Three Strikes story flies by and was over before I knew it. My only wish is that it had just a little bit more angst. I do love a bumpy ride and love to earn my happy ending. 

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