Pitching to Win (Over the Fence, #1)

I was torn between 3 and half stars and four stars. I went ahead and gave Pitching to win four stars. What this rating really should be is “THANK YOU CARRIE ARRONS FOR GETTING ME OUT OF MY BOOK HANGOVER!” unfortunately Amazon and Goodreads don’t allow me to give that kind of rating so four stars it is.

Pitching to Win is my first baseball romance with the actual baseball included, so yes I know that doesn’t make a lot of sense but the other books I have read with baseball kind of just said oh so and so is a baseball player but never give you an insight on baseball. Pitching to win actually taught me a little bit of baseball and now I may need to actually keep up with my baseball team and of course google hot baseball players.

Like I mentioned I was in a book hangover like a seriously bad one where every book I picked up was blah and I felt like it was homework to read. But thankfully the bookish gods helped a girl out and brought me Pitching to win a perfect light, fluffy, cute romance. AND WHAT DO YOU KNOW BOOK HANGOVER IS GONE!

Our Story
Pitching to win is definitely a light, fluffy, cute romance. There is a bit of instalove but you know what I loved the most about Minka and Owen. The banter. The sarcasm and their relationship that wasn’t purely based on sex but on actually getting to know each other, having Netflix marathons like REAL couples.

I hate to admit this and that goes to show just how many romance novels I truly read, so I was about 50% in and nothing had gone wrong! I was like waiting and waiting for the other shoe to drop because seriously this couldn’t have been more perfect. I was seriously worried I’d hate this book if it didn’t have some dramatic feel to it. But it did and it definitely pushed me into loving this book and wanting to continue the series.

It’s definitely the perfect solution to the a book hangover. And it brings both the high school and college world together. Owen is in college and Minka is in high school. I wasn’t entirely sure how that was going to work out but it did and I need more books like this.

This is a page turner and I loved every minute of it.

Our Characters
Minka is our leading lady and she has gone through something so mean. I really felt sorry for her. I also liked how sarcastic she was and how that didn’t change around Owen. What I didn’t like was the self-doubt and the doubting in Owen so many times. But I definitely understood her fears and she had every right to those fears but c’mon girl he was hot and seriously romantic.

Owen is now the reason I will begin to watch baseball, I didn’t realize so many good looking men played baseball and looked so good doing it. Okay I’m getting out of hand here sorry, anyway, he isn’t the total douchebag jock we are used to. Let me tell you I am tired of those. Owen he’s different, he knows his usual approach to girls wasn’t going to work on Minka so he really upped his game and really proved to be different from other jock guys who are jerks.

I personally thought Owen did the most growing as a character for me. I felt like he really did go above and beyond for Minka. Minka took her time growing she did have a minor set back where she did go into high school mode which is understandable because she is in high school. But for me, Owen totally won me over.

Overall
If Carrie Aarons decides to continue this story (Team Miles & Chloe right here) I NEED TO READ THAT BOOK. So yup, if this series continues expect to see more reviews on it because I am certain that Carrie will spark my love for other baseball players. For a debut novel it was good and I can’t wait to see how this (hopefully) series turns out and seeing Carrie grow as an author.

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