Book Review: A League of Her Own

A league of her own

Title: A League of Her Own

Author: Karen Rock

Series: Stands Alone

Publisher: Harlequin Heartwarming

Release Date: December 1, 2014


Book Review:

He was attractive, talented…and way off limits.

Heather Gadway may have been a world-class college pitcher and a top university coach, but she’s a rank amateur when it comes to managing the Falcons, her father’s struggling minor league team. And when it comes to managing her aggravating attraction to Garrett Wolf, their talented new pitcher. It’s going to be difficult enough to make it as the first female manager in the league and prove to her overly critical father she’s worthy. No distractions. No missteps. And certainly no romances with players. Everything stands between them—including their troubled pasts—even as Heather’s world falls apart and Garrett’s the one who’s there to catch her…




This is my 3rd Karen Rock book and it has definitely secured her a place on the short list of authors I can’t wait to read.  I will definitely bump her upcoming books to the top of my to read list.

As is the case with most romances this had a fairly predictable plot line. Thankfully woven into that predictability was a unique story-line and great characters.

Heather is very strong female lead who happens to be an awesome pitcher. It takes a while but eventually she shows the all male members of the baseball team she has something of value to contribute to the team despite the fact that she is a female.

A sweet romance develops between Heather and Garrett and I appreciate the fact that this book remains clean while portraying an obvious attraction between the characters.

If you enjoy sweet clean romance check out this line of books especially those written by Karen Rock.


Rating 4.5 Stars – Highly Recommend

Content: Clean


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