This is the third book in the Goode Girl series (I’m not normally someone who will read a later instalment of a series without going back and catching up first, but as I said, lesbians and softball – I couldn’t wait), but it holds up really well as a stand alone book. I’ll probably go back and read the other two – mainly because I enjoyed the writing style.
The book had enough softball terminology and game time in it to satisfy my sports cravings and a really good slow burn romance. There are some brief sex scenes and minor angst, so if you like your books quite lighthearted this one could be for you.
It’s a shame this book couldn’t be the start of a series for these characters, but I know that wouldn’t fit with the rest of the books. All in all a great read and I look forward to reading more from this author.