Bishop’s Run by BD Gates is the first book in the Bishop’s Run Series. It is also a story about reinventing yourself, learning from past mistakes and learning to accept others just the way they are. Some people avoid trouble at all costs and some people just seem to attract trouble everywhere they go. This is certainly true for Bishop, a young woman with a cocky attitude who either has
main character or strong secondary character who plays softball or baseball.
Love After Hours by Radclyffe is about Carrie Longmire and Gina Antonelli. It takes place in the Rivers community hospital and is part of the Rivers series of books. Carrie excels at being the hospital CEO’s admin and she is the star pitcher for the Rivers softball team. She prides herself on being punctual and efficient which is why she is so taken aback when Gina Antonelli appears in her
Bright Lights Of Summer by Lynn Ames is a wonderful historical romance enriched with the details and facts of the time period in which it is written. If Ames had not said it was a work of fiction, I would believe this was a true story. In 1941 Phoenix, Arizona, Theodora “Dizzy” Holser isn’t worried about the war happening in Europe or any other worldly events. The only thing she
Remember Me by Syd Parker is a slow-burn romantic story that pays homage to ancestry and heritage by taking us on a journey to discover love, acceptance, and most importantly forgiveness. Samantha Barrett barely remembers her grandmother after she left when Sam was only a toddler. Every time Sam asked about her, she got the same response: her grandmother abandoned her family to be with someone else. She finally gives
Heart of the Game by Rachel Spangler is a story that uses baseball to show the hardships of life and love and the reward can be so great when you swing for the fences. All Sara Duke ever cared about was baseball. After years of hard work, she has finally gotten her shot at being a full-time sports writer for the St. Louis Cardinals. She loves her work and most
Left Field by Elizabeth Sims is the fifth book in the Lillian Byrd crime series. Tamara: Mystery is one of my favourite genres so I was super excited when this book landed on my Kindle. This was the first book that I’ve read in the series and it was easily readable as a stand-alone story. I really liked the main character and would love to start the series from the