When I picked this book up, I expected to read about baseball. While the central theme is about America’s pastime, this book is more about the relationships between several characters that happen to all have a connection. Maybe I was hoping for more baseball but this book, which I enjoyed, could have been a home run.Continue reading “The Cactus League”
When people ask me who my favorite author is, I will usually say “Ian McEwan.” Not because I love all his books or am always in the right mood to read them (they can be heavy), but because the way he writes is beautiful and he chooses topics that I find fascinating while bringing his own unique spin to them. This book won’t be one of my favorites, but the ideas he introduces made me think long after I had closed the final page.
I read this book as part of the 2019 Pop Sugar reading challenge but it had been on my radar for a while. A few friends read it and enjoyed it and I was looking for something light and fun to read. Honestly, I’m a bit surprised I enjoyed this book as much as I did and think that anyone looking for quick, fun, romance would like it as well.