Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Review: Double Play by Jill Shalvis

Double Play
Author: Jill Shalvis
Publication: Berkley; Original edition (July 7, 2009)

Product Description: With the end of his career looming, the last thing ace pitcher Pace Martin needs is a distraction, even if it comes in the form of a tough, beautiful, tell-it-like-it-is writer who sees past his defenses.

My Thoughts: This was a fun romance. Pace and Holly are a great couple. He is a star pitcher with shoulder trouble who thinks there is nothing in his life but baseball. She is a tough reporter who follows the stories and has never settled down enough to make friends or a home for herself. Holly has the job of writing about the baseball team; Pace wants to keep his private life private. They are fascinated with each other but wary. I liked the way they slowly learn to know each other and to trust each other. I love the sports setting. Baseball is my favorite sport. I liked the peek into a major league locker room and the comraderie among the players. This book was a great way to spend a rainy, gloomy day. Now I want to find another light romance to read preferably with a warm and sunny setting.

Challenges: 2010 E-Book Reading Challenge, RYOB Challenge


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