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If Between the Seams, the first book in the Devils Ranch Series, was a homerun then Baseball and Other Lessons is a grand slam. As I stated in my review of Between the Seams I’m not normally a romance reader but I finished Baseball and Other Lessons in 1 sitting. By the end of the first chapter I was hooked.
The character development was excellent and Baseball and Other Lessons takes the reader on an emotional roller coaster from sadness to happiness from beginning to end while including enough humor to keep you chuckling throughout the story. The author does a great job of putting the reader in the minds of both Matt and Jenn and letting you feel what they feel.
I liked the fact that while it didn’t take over the story there are more baseball scenes in Baseball and Other Lessons than in Between the Seams.
If the third book in the Devils Ranch series is as good as the first two it can’t come out soon enough.
Additionally, the author includes a ton of modern music and includes playlists with each book. Very cool today, but I wonder how it will translate as people read these 10 years from now?