It's a Home Run When You Read 6 Baseball Romance Books Now
Baseball romances that are a grand slam!
Baseball Romance Novels
Baseball season is officially here so you know what that means: it's time to get out your favorite baseball romance novels! If you've never read a baseball romance before or are simply looking for new ones to read, then you've come to the right place! We've created a list of a few great baseball romance novels you'll love!
Baseball is called America's Pastime for a reason. People across the country love it and have for decades. Not only do they line stadiums each season to watch their favorite teams play, but they also consume any and all baseball pop culture. A League of Their Own, The Natural, and Field of Dreams are some of the most beloved movies of all time.
We wanted to tap into that love for baseball with this list of romance books. Between watching games of your favorite baseball team, enjoy a good baseball romance novel. Here are a few to get you started.
1. Bases Loaded by Roz Lee
After leaving his former New York team, Antonio Ramirez is determined to become a more respectable man playing as center fielder for the Texas Mustangs. During a fundraiser, he sees Claire Kincaid, the woman of his dreams. Niece of the Mustangs' manager, curvy Claire has trouble believing is sincere in his feelings for her, especially after being body shamed. However, Antonio isn't ready to give up. He wants Claire and will show her he loves her just the way she is.
2. Thrown a Curveball by Kate McMurray
After an injury sidelined Mason's pro baseball career, he took the opportunity to publicly come out of the closet. He now plays for the Rainbow League, sleeping his way through all of New York's beefcakes, though his mind is elsewhere. Mason can't stop thinking about Patrick, a man he hooked up with last summer. Patrick is unable to get Mason off his mind too. Now that baseball is back in season, Patrack is determined to find Mason again. He just needs to convince Mason how great they could be together, both in bed and in a relationship.
3. Crazy For You by Rina Gray
Baseball player Jake Ross is more interested in a woman that can rescue him than he is in love. Especially after he winds up on the covers of gossip magazines more than sports magazines. At some point, it's going to cost him his multi-million dollar sponsorship deal. Charlotte Jones is a shy media coordinator who wants to lose weight. Heath concerns run in her family and she doesn't want it to happen to her. Months of middling results leads to her wanting to throw in the towel, and she needs someone to help her. Jake and Charlotte strike a deal. He'll help her out if she pretends to be his girlfriend. It works until things actually begin to heat up between them.
4. Remember Me by Syd Parker
After Samantha Adams' grandmother passes away, she finds it difficult to mourn a woman she never knew, especially after she abandoned her family years ago. Samantha is surprised to get a package sent to her of her grandmother's letters and mementos and has included Samantha in her will if she does one thing first. Boston native Ellis Hudson spends her time having one night stands because the woman she loves is straight and her best friend. She joins Samantha on her road trip to visit to give the mementos to the people her grandmother cared about. During their trip, Samantha realizes she's attracted to Ellis. Will Samantha's grandmother's final gift to her be the strength to follow her heart?
5. Playing the Rooking by Rachelle Ayala
After a breakup, Jessica Song decides to take break from being a good girl takes a job as a sports events intern. Rookie Jay Pak Ahn meets Jessica and is intrigued by the wild woman. After getting burned by one too many good girls, including his cheating ex-fiancée, Jay wants to try something a little different. They agree to a week of fun dates followed by hot nights as they attempt to get their minds off their exes. However, Jessica's secret comes to light and threatens Jay's spot on the team. He's left in a position of trying to choose between which comes first: baseball or Jessica.
6. Reading the Signs by Keira Andrews
Nico Agresta is an up-and-coming pitcher desperate to live up to his family legacy. Both his dad and brother won Rookie of the Year, and now he's determined to follow in their footsteps. He's had a crush on his brother's teammate, Jake Fitzgerald, ever since he was a teenager, but his father has said under no circumstances will Nico come out. Nico knows he can't do anything about his crush, but it doesn't stop him from wanting Jake. Jake is 34, a veteran catcher who wants nothing more than his contract to run out so he can retire. He's actually glad there's no way in hell his team will make the playoffs because his passion for baseball ended a long time ago after he drove away the man he loved. Jake gets traded and is surprised to find Nico all grown up. As Nico struggles to control his temper, Jake must teach him both restraint and patience, both on the mound and in the bedroom.
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