What’s wrong with my butt?
She means those words to be directed toward the woman beside her, not him. But he can’t stop himself from answering. Not when her ass is the most magnificent thing he’s seen in his life.
Apparently, answering her with ‘not a damn thing’ wasn’t what she was expecting.
She likely wasn’t expecting the baseball she took to the face at his next at bat, either.
All it takes is one ill-fated foul ball, and George Hoffman, Lumberjacks center fielder, falls head over heels in love with Wrigley Field—and yes, that is her real name.
From that point forward, George and Wrigley fall into a fast whirlwind love that ends with them eloping to Vegas. And he has his potty mouth, titty bar owning, pain in the ass grandmother to thank for it.
Not that he’s complaining or anything.
Who wouldn’t want to be married to a woman that made his heart race like he was in the final game of the World Series?
The only problem is trying to convince her of that.
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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.