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Take Me Out

by Gabrina Garza

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Please please, Amber Allure, could you use better cover? My artistic eyes cry when I see some of your cove... Above all cause sometime the story is worthy.

Ty and Jaegar (what all american name!) play for the baseball professional league. Ty is on the team since 4 years now and Jaegar is the new guy, arrives only for one week to substitute the injured rommies of Ty. And the first night Ty has the chance to see Jae in all the glory mother nature has given him and he is struck. Ty is gay but he has never open admitted it with the team; only his fake girlfriend, London, knows that and she willing plays the role for him. But now Ty has met a man who makes him desire to live openly his life, a man he wants to go out in the daylight and not hide in the dark room of some hotel.

The story is brief but enjoyable. The life of the pro baseball players of a not so big team is decipted with realism: cheap hotel, bus smells of sweat, dirty lockroom... and the fear to look for too long to a playmate.

Ty and Jae are handsome but normal characters. They don't live in the glamour of the professionals: Ty is thinking to leave at the end of the season and Jae maybe will not have no more a contract after this one. They are not rich and famous and distant, they are the boys next door who want a live together: a barbecue, some friends around them and a house to share.

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Ty, shortstop for an independent pro baseball team the Arsenals, has managed to keep his personal life separate from an unforgiving industry, but the arrival of a new third baseman threatens to challenge the delicate balance he's held for so long. On the outside, Ty has a spunky "girlfriend" who knows the truth and won't let him get hurt, but it's never been enough. Just one look at Jae, and well, when the ump calls "ball two," baseball is the farthest thing from Ty's mind! 

Jae Wise joins the team to replace an injured player, so his time with the Arsenals is only temporary, but he can't think straight when it comes to Ty. When they become roomies on the road, then housemates during a stretch of home games, the attraction the two young athletes feel toward one another cannot be denied. 

Jae and Ty must decide what they fear more—being caught, or losing what just might be the best relationship either man has ever had.
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