Cover Model: Chase Ketron
ARC BOOK REVIEW
This was the second book by this particular author I have read and out of the two this one I enjoyed slightly less.
Saying that this was still a good read that was easy to follow and though slightly annoying at times with all the turmoil still kept my attention.
This is a sports romance typically Baseball; being from the UK I don’t really know a whole lot about this sport so I did actually find that quite interesting.
So this story features George Hoffman, the Lumberjacks centre fielder and Wrigley Field; what a name ay.
And the Events that transpire after he manages to knock her out with a ball to the head, Ouch!
What follows is the most amazing and at times ridiculous antics that these to face overcoming hurdles that stand in the way of there own personal road to a HEA and all that jazz.
So I knew as soon as these two started to succumb to there emotions it was all going to go to pot.
With how instantly life fast forwarded on them it was a foregone conclusion really.
The road to that coveted couple-dom is always going to be rocky when it starts out so easy.
Just didn’t realise exactly quite how angsty things were going to get through; these two were seriously like a runaway train with no obvious destination.
Humour, Misunderstanding, heartache and crappy family combined this was like some modern day carry on film.
I actually really liked the style of narrating here but was a bit less stoked about the huge time jumps; to me, they felt a trifle out of whack and disjointed at times.
Making me almost lose my place in the order of events to come.
I felt like we almost sacrificed the getting to know you stage where we build up a picture and understanding of the couple itself for unnecessary angst and drama.
I would have been so much happier with a simpler tale with more emphasis on the earlier emotions rather than the dramatic theatrics.
“Quit My Pitchin” played out in a very rom-com style and at times was extremely entertaining to spectate.
I did like both Wrigley and George and was, of course, rooting for them both all the way.
Told in dual POV this was at its heart an enjoyable experience.
Happy to recommend this one especially if you like a more relaxed style of narration.
Thank you to the author for providing me with an ARC of “Quit Your Pitchin’ (There’s No Crying in Baseball, #2)” of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions are entirely my own.