Calling the Curveball: a Lawson Family Novel by Tracey Cramer Kelly – Review by Jenni Bishop

Calling the CurveballCalling the Curveball by Tracey Cramer-Kelly
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Calling the Curveball: a Lawson Family Novel (Lawson Family Series Book 1) by Tracey Cramer-Kelly is the sweetest second chance romance and Tracey has knocked that sucker right out the park. I haven’t read anything by Tracey before and this book has made me a fan. The story is one that will stir up your emotions and make your heart ache. Due to the wonderful writings of this author the characters are lovable and they have had so much pain and suffering, loss and guilt in their lives that your heart breaks right along with them. But there is also so much love and hope, wonder and joy to be had that you are not able to walk away until you have finished the book in one sitting. The plot is spot on and Tracey’s words make it easy to envision the world in which they live.

Jamie was on his way to the big time just before tragedy struck and his whole world imploded. He was left a broken man who is still trying to move on but struggling years later. That is until a beautiful and brave woman takes the initiative and invites him to go on a date. Could she be the one to mend his broken and battered heart?

After a messy divorce, Kira Walker is still putting her life and her heart back together and is sworn off men. That is until a visit to her sister and a ball game, someone stir emotions long buried. Deciding to do something out of character, she surprises both herself and the object of her stirring emotions, by asking him on a date. Could he be the one to mend her broken and battered heart?

I absolutely cannot wait to seeing what comes next.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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