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 month we were extra lucky! Our discussion questions come from the author herself!! You can find there HERE.
1 | Heather has complicated relationships with both of her parents. In what ways has each parent’s impact influenced the person she became as an adult?
Her mother made it hard for her to trust and her father made it so that she always felt the need to prove herself. While the trust is a hard thing that she needs to really work through, the need to prove herself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Obviously no one wants to feel like they aren’t good enough, but having a little drive is good.
2 | Forgiveness plays a large role in this book. Which characters in the book need to forgive themselves and/or others? Is this important? Why or why not?
Garrett really needs to forgive himself for the death of his childhood friend. It is something that plays a huge role in his alcoholism.
3 | What is one of your favorite sports memories?
Getting to watch my nephew play t-ball is something that always makes me happy. He enjoys it so much and seeing him have so much fun always makes my baseball loving, auntie heart happy.
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