ROUNDING THIRD: A BASEBALL ANTHOLOGY
Dee Ellis, Maren Lee, Jess Bryant, Tarrah Anders, S. Cole, Kelsey Kingsley, Kathryn Nolan, Lynsey M. Stewart, Connor Wright
Genre: Romance, Anthology
My Rating: 5
Publication: March 13th 2018
Read: March 9th 2018 (ARC)
POV: The stories in this anthology are told in vaious perspectives, first & third person
Baseball is a game built on the number nine.
Nine innings of play.
Nine fielding positions.
Nine batters in a starting lineup.
Now, America’s favorite pastime can add another lucky number nine to the list.
Nine indie authors bring you nine unique stories filled with romance and baseball. Get ready to round third base, slide into home and fall in love.
*For author details and individual blurbs: https://justlovemybooks.com/2018/03/13/new-release-title-rounding-third-a-baseball-anthology-featuring-nine-amazing-authors-release-date-march-13th-2018/
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
5 Stars to Rounding Third: A Baseball Anthology.
This anthology was fantastic! Rounding Third features nine amazing, talented authors. While I have been fans of some of the authors, I was thrilled to be introduced to new favorites. In this community we all know how difficult it is to read everything that crosses our paths and interests us. Being a blogger, I find that too often I feel like I’m reading just so I can move on to the next book on my schedule to review it and get that review up on my blog. The process becomes mechanical after a while. I have so many authors on my TBR waiting for me to fan girl all over. That said, I was happy to discover some new ones in this anthology.
There are nine novella length romances. Some are more steamy than the others. There is Menage and even M/M. While every story is a standalone, you may notice that a few of the authors have small connections to their previous series. I personally loved having that added connection.
What to you get when you combine baseball, romance, steam and nine amazing authors? Rounding Third.
*Proceeds from this book will go to the charity, 10 Books A Home. This is an early educational non profit organization helping high poverty preschoolers into kindergarten preparing them to perform above grade level. For more information you can visit their website: www.10booksahome.org
This is my honest and unbiased review. Thank you for taking the time to read it. 🙂