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    Quit Your Pitchin´ , a great read

    Quit Your Pitchin´ by the Lani Lynn Vale is the second story in the series of standalones, There´s No Crying in Baseball. The previous book, Pitch Please tells Hancock and Sway´s story. Wrigley Field is a 28 year old. She´s a certified occupational therapist who doesn´t care for sports. She accompanies her sister Diamond to a baseball game and promptly gets striked with a ball and a gorgeous redheaded certain baseball player. Geoe´rge - Furious George - Hoffman is very successful pro baseball player. He´s smitten with Wrigley. They start to date and some time later - ok no spoilers here. Only so much - Quit Your Pitchin´is a perfect summer read, witty and fun , with great charcaters and very well written. Wrigley and George´s story made me laugh, made me smile, made me cry too and Iove every single word. This book is my favorite read by this author and I give 5 stars.
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    Sweet and heartfelt

    I've been wanting to read a book from this author for quite some time but other books were pilling up and I didn't had time to do so, and now that I have an opening I just want to dig in and fall in love. Lani Lynn Vale has a simple and steamy writing full of feelings and sassyness into the mix. It's like a breath of fresh air that I didn't knew I needed. Quit Your Pitchin' is her latest release and tells the stories of George and Wrigley. This book is the second book from the There's No Crying in Baseball series and I advise you to read book 1 first. Wrigley was taken to a baseball game, against her will, but for her sister she would do everything, and couldn't imagine the turn her life was about to get when one ball hit her right in the eye... George is a baseball player that lives and loves this sports. He really enjoys what he does and he's very good at that. He's loved but everyone and he just knows it. I really loved this book. I'm still smiling. The plot is amazing, very well written, super engaging and intense. Each chapter made me want to keep reading forever and thinking about stopping was out of the picture. When I started reading this book I thought that it would be a sweet book, with an instant chemistry without any bumps on the road but I was so wrong... Why do people get happy when they hurt someone? Why are surrounded by greedy people that only want money or something else? The chemistry between the characters is beautiful despite all the trouble surrounding them and let me just say that I got really mad while reading a few scenes. I've laughed so hard but I've also cursed. Jeez... There were parts of the story that I saw myself wanting to hurt someone really bad... It was like riding a bumpy rollercoaster that I wanted to get out but didn't want to at the same time. Confusing right? I'm sad that I haven't read the first book from this series but I really need to... Lani this book amazed me. I was instantly hooked and didn't wanted it to end.. What's next? I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    I laughed, I cried, I couldn't put this book down!

    Book 2 in LLV's Baseball series, featuring Furious George (I always wondered why he was so furious, and now I know!) The Longview Lumberjacks is a professional baseball team, and they are all kinds of messed up. Amazing at baseball, not so much with relationships! George has a temper, as his nick name suggests. But underneath of that, he is a big old teddy bear. This book shows his softer side, and how amazing he is with Wrigley. He is determined, knows what he wants, and will do whatever it takes to get it (even if what he thinks it takes is sometimes the wrong thing!) Wrigley is funny! But she also seems to be confused at times. She doesn't seem to know what she wants, or changes her mind, or regrets her words or actions after they are said or done. But her feelings for George are pure and true. She just doesn't seem to know what she wants or how to get it. It seems, right from the beginning, that things were stacked against George and Wrigley. They would work through one thing, and something else crazy would happen. I just wasn't sure at times, if they would make it through to the other side. This book was so full of every different emotion. I laughed, I cried, I laughed some more. There was one time, I laughed so hard, I started crying! I loved George and Wrigley, and at times their story made my heart hurt. Their journey to love was full of obstacles that neither could have seen coming. But through it all, I couldn't help but hope that their love would win in the end. (and his grandmother! Well, you will just have to read it to know, but she was fantastic!)
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    A good read

    4 Star Review Quit Your Pitchin (There’s No Crying In Baseball #2) by Lani Lynn Vale This was a new author to me and I have no idea why that is. This was at times an emotional roller coaster of a read with plenty of laugh out load moments along with angst, sorrow and heartache. This is Furious George Hoffman and Wrigley Field's book (yes you read that right). I have to say that the names were what drew me to read this book in the first place and I am so glad I did. I really fell hard and fast for George Hoffman, what a man. Ironically when Wrigley attends the Lumberjack baseball game she has no clue who the players are, she is just going to appease her younger sister Diamond. Not only that, but despite her name she has no interest in baseball.; a fact that Furious George finds delightful when he meets her. When Wrigley gets hit in the face with a baseball thanks to George he immediately goes to her assistance. George is attracted to the feisty Wrigley and she is equally entranced. Following a drunken visit to Las Vegas, George and Wrigley find themselves married and what follows is a story with plenty of twists and turns and some surprises I did not see coming. I really loved the secondary character of George’s grandmother, she had me cracking up with laughter numerous times. This book was well written with characters that kept me entertained and I cannot wait to read more in this series.
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