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She's Out of His League

A Story of Love, Baseball and Happy Endings

She's Out of His League

She's Out of His League

A Story of Love, Baseball and Happy Endings


Novel by Kate Curran

$2.99

A WONDERFUL LOVE STORY!

She's Out of His League is a wonderful read! The emotions bubbling to the surface in the main characters are so tender, you can't help but root for them.

Wundergram, Amazon

LOVE AND BASEBALL—GREAT READ!

A community of engaging characters with Sam and Emma at its heart. Sam's left his home town years ago to pursue a promising baseball career, but must confront the demons he left behind--and the one woman he's never been able to forget.

Lu Licursi, Amazon

SHE'S OUT OF HIS LEAGUE

It was truly a well written book, I loved every minute of , especially the end. Way to Kate ! Keep them coming flag

Joyce Herbert, Goodreads

A WONDERFUL READ

A wonderfully heart-warming story from beginning to end.

Wendy Delaney, Goodreads

GREAT READ

One of the best books I've read this year!!!!

Diana, Goodreads

ABOUT THIS NOVEL


She still wants a chance to get in the game …

Emma Delaney has always loved Sam Parker. Her childhood friend turned baseball superstar, to her Sam will always mean laughter and passion. In his arms, she dreamed of white picket fences and happily-ever-afters, until the day he abandoned her for baseball, proving what she’s always known—she’s out of his league.

This is his last chance at bat …

Sam lived and breathed baseball for nine years, trying to forget his guilt over his brother’s death and avoid the father he disappointed. But now his baseball career is over, and Sam returns home to face his past, including the woman he abandoned for the game—Emma. Reunion or heartbreak? Only time will tell …

Batter up and the bases are loaded … will they hit a home run this time?

ABOUT KATE CURRAN


California native, Kate Curran has spent long hours behind the lens of a camera, wading through cow manure, rice paddies and orchards over her twenty-year career as a photojournalist specializing in agriculture. One day, leaning on corral fence, ankle deep in cow manure, Kate paused to consider if this was the life she’d envisioned when she’d been young and idealistic. Definitely not, and while she enjoyed her career as a photojournalist, she was ready to spread her wings and make a leap into something new—contemporary romances. Ironically, her books still carry an agriculture thread in them, some more than others.

Kate’s favorite things: cuddling by the fire, ice cream, fresh baked scones, mochas, and finding outdoor activities for every season, whether it’s swimming, skiing, mountain biking or a quiet stroll through the woods.

Happily married for over thirty-five years, she and her husband have two grown sons, a new granddaughter and a menagerie of animals—a black lab who thinks she’s human, a house cat that looks part bobcat, and half a dozen cottontails roaming freely on her property. Kate loves—and writes—deeply emotional, feel good stories. She gets her inspiration from movies like While You Were Sleeping, Return To Me, music, and from her own happily-ever-after. Her favorite place to plot out novels is swinging in a hammock on a warm spring day.

Also writing under Kathy Coatney, Kate has written a series of children’s books, From the Farm to the Table and Dad’s Girls.