The Perfect Catch by Joanne Rock

Cal comes from a long line of professional baseball players so when he loses his starting position and then is cut completely from the team, he must head home to face his family. His mother has hired a caretaker, Josie, to stay in her country home while she is away. Josie is young, ambitious and beautiful. She realizes the attraction between she and Cal but knows that she is still the hired help. As their relationship progresses, Josie is torn over the the idea of being in the public eye and having her heart broken by a handsome athlete. Good story but I didn’t feel a real connection between the two. Josie’s character was a little “light” and I didn’t feel any empathy toward her situation. For the reasons listed, I give this book three stars because it was likable and I think that many will enjoy the story.
Thank you to Tule Publishing for allowing me to read and review this book.

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