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A Review of “Playing The Field (The Trouble with Tomboys Book 3)”

Baseball legacy Alex Prince is used to moving across the country for her dad’s coaching jobs. Unfortunately, her new school doesn’t have a softball team. She has to play ball this year, but fear not, her dad has a solution! Her dad pulls some strings and she can try out for the boys’ baseball team. 

The only problem? Her crush, the guy who seemed to like her, too (and almost kissed her on the first day of school,) plays on the team, and he’s competing for her position. 

A prank war ensues as these two are pushed together repeatedly and start to fall for each other. But they can’t get over their rivalry for a long time, until they figure out how to work together for the good of the team. 

This romance was cute and well written, a great read to end out this trilogy. Christina Benjamin wrote a good enemies-to-lovers romance with a cute ending that made my heart warm. The banter was well done, and I lived for the pranks, laughing out loud at a few of them. I read this book in two sittings, which is a lot quicker than average for me. It was an enjoyable, quick read and I would recommend this, and the entire series, to anyone who loves swoon worthy, sweet, YA sports romances. 

Author:

I am an aspiring author and contributor here on Coffee House Writers, Functionally Fictional and a character blog called West Oak, OR (coming soon). I am currently going to school online to get my BA in English Creative Writing at Southern New Hampshire University. I am an avid reader and have been writing since I was a child. For me, the writing was an extension of playing pretend. In many ways, it still is. I hope to inspire and entertain people with my writing. You can see my blog at https://hayleygreen.blog and my character blog at https://westoakor.com (coming soon).

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