James"Law"Lawless plays for the Richmond Rogues, rich, famous and single, but his riches are not only from baseball he is heir to the worldwide chain of hotels, currently owned and run by his Grandfather, Randell. Law's best friend and ex-player for the Rogues Zen is a financial genius. Law wants to expand his portfolio and Zen gives the job to his associate Catherine"Cat"May, no slouch herself when it comes to recommending investments and boosting her clients finances. Law is interested in buying a club which is up for sale. Cat decides to visit the club "Haunt" to check it out. Dressed in costume as Wonder Woman, Cat gets a feel for the place, it has a sexy vibe. The atmosphere is thick with sexual tension as men and woman in costume remaining anonymous, get together. This is not really Cat's scene, and she had decided to leave when she was approached by Captain America, tall and muscular the sexual pull between them was instant. After their intense hook-up on the dance floor Cat leaves, but she has dropped Wonder Woman's lasso of truth. Captain America picks it up, determined to discover the identiy of the woman in the costume
When Cat has her first business meeting with Law, she realises that he is none other than her Captain America. She is determined he must never discover that she was Wonder Woman.
Fans of the Richmond Rogues have waited a long time for this story. The writing as usual is flowing and descriptive from this author. I did enjoy this addition to the series, with a few minor reservations, I felt the first half if the book lacked action and direction, the story seemed more preoccupied with too much detail for me about too many mundane things that the reader didn't need to know. We are treated to a narrative of a whole basball game, yes I know this is a sports romance but more emphasis was needed on the romance IMO. We were made privy to every financial dealing that Law had, and when we were treated to the history of his dinning room table that was a step too far for me. The second half of the book made up for the lack of action in the first, as usual there was a secondary romance between another Richmond Rogue Brody and the small town girl he left behind seven years before. The relationship between the H/h was quite tentative and was slowly built. I felt that there could have been a little more interaction between them.
Characters from the previous books made an appearance it was nice to catch up with all of them and how their lives had moved on.
All in all a good read, not my favourite of the series. But a must read nonetheless.