Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for the complimentary ARC. All opinions provided are my own.
Ahhh this book.
If you haven’t read a KD Casey book you must! Please 🥺.
KD Casey is rapidly becoming one of my fave writers & for me the author shares many of those characteristics I love so much about Kate Clayborn’s writing: they’re deceptively quiet-ish plot wise but they’re absolutely stunning stories with so many romantic, smaller moments that add up to huge incontrovertible proof that two people have found their person 🥺🥺🥺.
Oh yeah, & there’s baseball 😅.
In Fire Season Reid Giordano, a recovering alcoholic who’s trying to find his way back professionally to the pitching he was once capable of—is traded from the minors to the Oakland Elephants.
There he meets Charlie Braxton, a star pitcher who’s known for not saying a lot & who’s keeping his impending divorce a secret.
They become friends & eventually more in the midst of stresses like Reid possibly being temporary in Oakland, Charlie’s experiences with anxiety, & Reid’s continual work toward maintaining his sobriety.
Despite the last paragraph the overall tone of Fire Season is of hope & growth & making deliberate choices to try to be better & stronger.
I absolutely love this book & I think its romantic moments—like them dancing together in a kitchen—will live with me rent free.
Please check this author out! & then come chat with me 😆.
5 ⭐️. Release date: 07/19.
Give me that HEA, please.
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