Series: FanGirl #2
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Baseball's hottest pitcher, Ryan Cruz, has it all; a successful career, a loving family, and a long line of women waiting to occupy his bed. With no shortage of female attention, settling down is the last thing on Ryan's mind...that is until one night with the team's ball girl changes everything.
Ball Girl Samantha "Sammie" Sterling has one goal and one goal only: finish college. With graduation around the corner, she focuses all her time and energy on her studies...that is until Ryan Cruz turns her world upside down. Despite having a crush on Ryan for years, Sammie declines his advances, thanks to his playboy reputation.
Determined to change her mind, Ryan sets out to prove that his feelings are genuine and he has left his player ways in the past. Sammie learns quickly that the heart doesn't abide by timelines and finds herself the happiest she's ever been...that is until Ryan's insecurities threaten to ruin their future before it begins.
For the first time ever, ladies man Ryan doesn't have all the right moves.
The story, Chasing the Ballgirl, was cute overall. A bit unimaginative, but sometimes you want to simple story that you know will be light and easy. The writing felt a bit simplistic at times which bothered me at first, but as I read, I think I just adapted and didn’t find it so bothersome. I do think the simple writing style and predictable plot made this book such an easy read. I finished it in one sitting. If you want predictable and light, this is a great choice. Great hero (who is good at groveling) and smart, independent heroine.