Second chances with an old flame... Hitching the Pitcher by Rebecca Connolly, Sophia Summers & Heather B. Moore (Review)

Hitching the Pitcher
(Belltown Six Pack #1)
By Rebecca Connolly, Sophia Summers & Heather B. Moore
Adult Contemporary Romance
Paperback & ebook, 151 Pages
February 5th 2019 by Mirror Press


Swoony Sports Romances

Sawyer Bennett has a secret. A risky thing, being one of the popular Belltown Six Pack, a group of six guys from the same college baseball team, all of whom got drafted and now play in the Major Leagues. Between the media frenzy over them and his bond with the guys, his secret has to stay carefully hidden if he wants it to stay that way. He needs to focus on his pitching and let everything else fall away.

Running into his former college girlfriend wasn’t supposed to happen. Falling for her again wasn’t supposed to happen. Confessing his secret to her was definitely not supposed to happen. But the harder he falls for Erica Moore, the more important his secret—and she—becomes.

Welcome to Belltown! Six baseball players meet in the college town of Belltown, Massachusettes, becoming best friends, their lives intertwining as they each get called up to the Major Leagues.

Follow Sawyer, Cole, Axel, David, Ryker, and Levi in these six swoony sports romances.

Belltown Six Pack Series:
Hitching the Pitcher
Falling for Centerfield
Charming the Shortstop
Snatching the Catcher
Flirting with First
Kissing on Third

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My Review

HITCHING THE PITCHER is a fun story of a reconnecting characters who find that the romance they had in the past is still there and even stronger as they fall in love a second time. However, the same issues that tore them apart the first time are also still there and unless a certain pitcher can get his head straight, he won't be able to keep his second chance at love. A great group of characters and a romance that is sweet with plenty of fun banter opens up this pro-baseball, leading-men series.

I really loved both Sawyer and Erica! I liked that their history gives them this great foundation of friendship and that they find they still have feelings for each other. They so easily fall back into dating and are so comfortable with each other. I did want a bit more chemistry or something more with them, but it was still a relationship that worked for me. They both have some things they still needed to work through, especially Sawyer. It was a bit heartbreaking seeing him struggle and try to work everything out. Thank goodness he did. The group of guys, the Six Pack, were all so fun. I loved their camaraderie and the way they had each other's backs, but could also tease and joke around. I'm really looking forward to reading about them all in future stories.

In the end, was it what I wished for? I thoroughly enjoyed reading this! Definitely recommended to sweet romance readers!

Content: Clean
Source: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher, which did not require a positive review. All opinions are my own.

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