æ Out of His League ☆ Download by º Cathryn Parry

æ Out of His League ☆ Download by º Cathryn Parry Catch Her If He Can Dr Elizabeth LaValley S Life Works Just Fine, Thank You Very Much She S A Successful Anesthesiologist, And She S Put The Chaos Of Her Youth And Family Behind Her When Hottie Pitcher Jon Farell Shows Up In Her Hospital, She S The Only One Who Doesn T Fawn Over Him Sure She Feels The Heat Between Them, But Being Alone Is Safe And Predictable She Didn T Get Where She Is By Taking Risks Jon Can T Get The Beautiful Doctor Out Of His Head His Talents On The Field Have Always Been Enough For Any Woman But If He S Going To Win Elizabeth S Heart, He Ll Have To Offer Her Much Than A Wicked Curveball DNF characters motivations weren t working for me Plus, I love baseball and don t need a fresher course I don t usually read Harlequin Superromances They re too long and don t have nearly enough sex But I make exceptions for uncommon stories, and I m glad I read Out of His League The sports romance isn t uncommon, of course, but the prickly, antisocial heroine is, and I really liked this exploration of an introvert figuring out how to open herself up to another person a very public person at that I really liked how long it took for the couple to admit their attraction to each other, and then how it took a few false starts to get on the same page once they did All the family stuff was extraneous for me, but I get that s what SRs are about, so I won t criticize the book for working within its category That being said, I wish there wasafter the final chapter, and after 300 pages, I probably shouldn t So a bit less family, and a bitrelationship detail after

I think the socially awkward heroine is one we can all relate to on some level Her tendency to pull away and live inside her own head made her hard to relate to at times, but made her arealistic character, imo I like the emotional undercurrents of the book and applaud the author for touching on them Having said that, it was hard to read at times The constant push pull from the h h was irritating and I struggled to buy into their continued attraction The first time they met it made sense, after that I began to question it In the end I was won over An emotionally compelling read, if a bit hard to get into.
I gave this a B at AAR and wrote, I ve reviewed two other books by Ms Parry, and her books continue to interest me this is no exception At its bare bones, the story seems trite a successful woman doctor meets a star baseball player in a hospital I thought I knew where this was going she s all brains, he s all brawn, but somehow they get together I was completely wrong These are two complex characters with numerous issues and problems Their mutual attraction is only part of the story.
Unlike some romance readers, the most important character for me is the heroine, and Dr Elizabeth LaValley is difficult to like Elizabeth s an anesthesiologist at a major hospital She chose anesthesiology because it involves only minimal interactions with patients Elizabet