Major League Shutout by Terry O'Reilly

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


O.B. Benson knows that, as a gay baseball player, his only chance to keep from being shut out of the Major Leagues is to stay as far from the public eye as possible. His low profile is threatened when the team manager insists O.B. take part in a TV interview to help boost lagging fan support.

Avery Turner, TV reporter, is handsome, fit, and definitely pushes O.B.'s libido into high gear. He’s also out -- something O.B.'s situation doesn’t allow. And Avery believes in monogamous commitment -- something O.B. cannot identify with. But when Avery delivers a curveball to the catcher, O.B. doesn’t know how to handle it.

When O.B.'s interview is aired, he’s forced to evaluate his life of meaningless one night stands. Can O.B. and Avery work out their differences and build a winning team, or will O.B. strike out?

About Terry O'Reilly

See more books from this Author
Terr y O'Reilly is the award-winning co-founder of Pirate Radio and Television. With Mike Tennant he created the CBC's radio series O'Reilly on Advertising and The Age of Persuasion. He lives in Toronto. Mike Tennant is the co-creator and writer for the radio series The Age of Persuasion, and he regularly gives talks and workshops on creative communication. He lives in Kitchener, Ontario.
Published March 10, 2013 by JMS Books LLC. 130 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review