Girl at Heart

Girl at Heart

As the daughter of a successful Major League pitcher, Charlie Hastings has baseball in her blood. Unfortunately, being the only girl on her high school baseball team, Charlie has always been just one of the guys.

When her best friend, and secret love of her life, asks another girl to the prom, Charlie is devastated. She’s tired of being overlooked by boys because she’s not like other girls. Suffering a massive identity crisis, she decides to hang up her cleats and finally learn how to be a girl.

But with only two weeks until the state championships, the Roosevelt High Ravens can’t afford to lose their star catcher. Team captain Jace King makes her a deal: Don’t quit the team, and he’ll help her become the girl she’s so desperate to be. After all, he’s got four sisters, one of whom happens to be a cheerleader. He knows a thing or two about girls. (And if he can win her heart in the process, all the better.)

From the bestselling young adult author of Cinder & Ella, V is for Virgin, and the Avery Shaw Experiment comes a new sweet romance that's sure to leave you with all the feels! Girl at Heart is a clean and wholesome sports romance that will leave you with warm fuzzies and an itch to watch a baseball game.

A sweet YA romance

Title:Girl at Heart
Edition Language:English
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    Girl at Heart Reviews

  • Lien

    3.5 StarsVery cute YA-book! Great for in-between if you want something light and fluffy that makes you feel good....

  • Jacob Proffitt

    While containing some light, possibly shallow, elements, I was impressed with the emotional depth this story wasn't afraid to plumb. Successfully, I think. There's a strong wish-fulfillment angle with...

  • Namera [The Literary Invertebrate]

    Short, quite bland, and I found it a bit objectionable.Essentially it was a somewhat clumsy exploration of gender dynamics, with the key message being that blonde girls in short skirts and makeup are ...

  • Alina

    This was a clean, adorable romance with mature teens who handled their lives like actual teenagers but were not annoying about it. I loved everyone in the book even the heroine's three obnoxious best ...

  • Aimee (Getting Your Read On)

    Young, Fresh and FunI'm so happy to see a new book from Kelly Oram! It was young, fresh and fun. Plus, baseball. I love baseball! I also love how Charlie collects people along her new path of discover...

  • Jessie

    Squeal!!!I absolutely loved this book! I checked it out with Kindle Unlimited. By the time I had stayed up too late reading it last night, I knew I had to buy my own copy and send it to a few friends....

  • Navdha

    What an easy, fluffy read! I’m not a sports person and didn’t really pick this book up because of baseball. In fact, I didn’t even know there was anything sports related about this book, which I...

  • Stephanie

    3.5 Stars. This was so cute! And also a little cheesy. Even though I thoroughly enjoyed it, there were a few things that kept me from giving it a full four stars. Charlie was likable enough, but I tho...

  • Lex

    I really enjoyed this latest book of Kelly Oram. I missed her writing. This is the reason why I love her books. She is excellent in story telling. She makes it enjoyable, fun, cute, so adorable and th...

  • Ornella (Nyx)

    I missed Kelly Oram's books....