Listen, Pitch by Lani Lynn Vale

Listen, Pitch

Rhys Rivera is the star short-stop for the Longview Lumberjacks. Many know him, even more love him. He has a pretty face, a quick smile, and an air of danger about him that everyone seems to adore.He’s not known as the bad boy of baseball for nothing.It all started with his father, who decided to be a criminal mob boss, then die.Fortunately for his uncle, Rhys wants absolutely nothing to do with the family business and runs before anyone can fi...


Details Listen, Pitch

TitleListen, Pitch
Author
Release DateJan 1st, 1970
LanguageEnglish
GenreSports and Games, Sports, Contemporary Romance, Sports Romance, Romance, Contemporary, Baseball, Suspense
Rating

Reviews Listen, Pitch

  • Natalie The Biblioholic
    1970-01-01
    Best book of the series... hands down!! Rhys is the star short-stop for the Longview Lumberjacks, a really great guy, and... he happens to be heir-apparent to a criminal kingdom. He's got an inheritance he doesn't want and can't spend his money fast enough... giving it away to charity. Who wouldn't love this guy?Hensley is an absolute sweetheart. She's a mail carrier, a fantastic sister, and she devotes most of her time volunteering at the hospit...
  • XxTainaxX
    1970-01-01
    Rhys and Henley’s story took more creative leaps than I’m used to but I went with the flow. It turned out to be an interesting plot with a little reach but overall a fun journey. I liked Henley’s perseverance and supportive nature. Rhys was interesting and dynamic. They had a good connection that translated well in the pages. It was interesting to read the cameo of a character that has spanned through several series and how his actions add ...
  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    1970-01-01
    Listen Pitch is another hilarious, sexy, heartrending book filled with all kinds of surprises! A must read for lovers of all things romance!Rhys and Henley are so different in their individual lifestyles that it’s hard to imagine them together as a couple. Rhys is the superstar baseball player, Henley is the everyday girl just trying to make it from payday to payday. They are actually neighbors but have little to do with each other one day fate...
  • Kodie Mackay
    1970-01-01
    WARNING My reviews are generally all over the shot but this one will be extra evasive because I don't want to spoil anything for you lovelies.Mother fucker this book got me all kinds of messed up.First off.. I mean any fan of this author knows your about to get good and done no matter the characters because Lani always pulls it out the bag. I don't know what I expected of Rhys and Henley's story but I was not prepared for this kind of crazy. spor...
  • Lauren Orr
    1970-01-01
    I received an ARC of this book in return for an honest review. I like the idea behind this story. I wish there we were able to read more about their interactions over the months of recovery to show the obvious attraction that they talk about. Honestly, being I had to read it over a few days I thought I missed parts or forgot about things. It felt like it jumped ahead at times you missed out on connecting with the characters. Like I said, I liked ...
  • Alecia ~☆~The Staircase Reader~☆~
    1970-01-01
    Before I start this review, I need to address one thing. I freaking love the titles in the There’s No Crying In Baseball Series! I cannot get over how cute and witty these titles are!About Listen, Pitch:Rhys Rivera is known as the sexy as sin playboy in the baseball world. But what the world doesn’t know is Rhys Rivera is in hiding from an Uncle who is out to destroy him and everyone he loves. His one greatest mission in life is to be the bes...
  • Romance Schmomance (Malia)
    1970-01-01
    What a treat this one turned out to be, it was exactly nothing like I imagined. Vale will constantly keep you guessing with this one!Review to come!
  • Gi's Spot Reviews
    1970-01-01
    5 ‘What if one day we live happily ever after?‘ StarsALL THE SWOONS! There’s No Crying In Baseball series truly is THE BEST! Rhys and Henley couldn’t have surprise me more (new couple crush!), and this book… WOW, just WOW! Getting more and more addicted to these Lumberjacks and their stories by the minute – or should I say book! For those of you Lani Lynn Vale fans like myself, you’ll recognized Rhys and Henley from previous books f...
  • Hart's Reader Group
    1970-01-01
    What the [email protected], Lani?!After reading Pitch, Please I was so excited about getting my hands on this book--I even preordered it! Now, I wish I had spent that money on a 2 for $4 meal, which would have actually satisfied me.This book isn't a book, it's like the shell of a story with all the good parts missing. So much telling, so many missed opportunities to add depth. One minute they are chatting in the kitchen, and the next minute it is three months...
  • Tricia Bartley (iScream Books)
    1970-01-01
    Yess...Listen, Pitch is the 3rd book in the There's No Crying in Baseball series. I feel that the books can definitely be read as a standalone but they are all sooo enjoyable, you should definitely read them all!!Ohh and before I write my review, I always like to take a moment and admire Lani's book covers. Holy smokes, Jacob Wilson as the muse for this book just hit it out of the park for me!!! Great choice girlie!!!Soo Listen, Pitch is about Rh...
  • Red Cheeks Reads
    1970-01-01
    5 SMOOCHES!I’m a huge fan of Lani Lynn Vale’s, and I’m really enjoying this sports romance series. Lani always adds a suspenseful element to her stories, and while this series is a bit lighter-hearted than her others, it definitely has some intrigue co-mingled with the romance. While the There’s No Crying in Baseball series is a world within one of Vale’s existing worlds, this series can definitely be read on its own and would be a grea...
  • Nerdy Dirty & Flirty
    1970-01-01
    Baseball, the mob, and love…What do those things all have in common? Well, they all belong in this fabulous new read from one of my favourite authors. Lani Lynn Vale knows how to spin a funny, emotional and twisty tale and Rhys and Henley’s romance was just that!Rhys is injured in a horrific accident but as he recovers Henley realizes that her neighbour has hidden depths. He had played the white knight and she turned around and did the same t...
  • A.BookNerd.Bookseller&Bibliophile.Blog
    1970-01-01
    I don't even know where to start with this book. Ok ok ok.....I'll start with....don't read the 2nd half of this book in public. I made the mistake of reading a certain part in my break room and ended up crying my eyes out and my co workers looked at me like I was nuts. This book had something for EVERYONE. LLV's usual funny banter, smoking hot hero, quirky and witty heroine, nutty family...BUT...she added in a villain that was so bad I wanted to...
  • Rebecca
    1970-01-01
    Listen, Pitch is quite the intriguing name for Henley and Rhys’ story because it becomes more than apparent that both of them have a few people in mind who they’d like to tell off, and in some ways, that’s exactly what they do the further into the story readers go, which is where things go a little off-kilter and a lot out of control. Henley Cree is quite a fiery yet positive thinking woman - one who always puts others ahead of herself and ...
  • Shabby -BookBistroBlog
    1970-01-01
    This is my second book by Lani and 2nd in There's No Crying In Baseball series. I like her witty writing style, pitching ordinary heroines with sports superstars heroesTypically her stories have 3 main ingredients- funny banter, fast pace and unusual names. Here too Henley Diane Cree is a regular girl next door to a baseball superstar- Rhys Rivera. He's a quiet man with noisy friends and Henley is a girl with disability. I dreamed about a tiny wo...
  • Janine - The World Was Hers for the Reading
    1970-01-01
    Baseball Badboy Rhys Rivera has a dark past he’s worked hard to leave behind, but can’t completely escape. He tries to play things as safe as possible, but is always waiting for the past to catch up to him and ultimately take him out. So, he plays it as safe as possible. But, his sexy neighbor has him completely intrigued . . . and no matter how hard he tries to stay away, it’s a losing battle.Henley can’t figure out why Rhys could possib...
  • Brandy Roberts
    1970-01-01
    Another home run by the talented Lani lynn Vale Listen Pitch has got to be my favorite in the There's no crying in baseball series it can be read as a standalone but I would recommend that you get the other stories as soon as possible . Side note Rhys and Henley are slightly mentioned in Too bad so sad part of the simple man series Henleys brother is the hero in that one and he does make an appearance in Listen Pitch . I love how the author creat...
  • Flavs is Mrs David Gandy♥~♥’
    1970-01-01
    I love it!!! I need to make time to read the rest of this authors books, this book was so good! If you like sports suspense romances then this one is for you.Rhys Rivera plays for the Longview Lumberjacks baseball team and he is the star of his team. He just moved into a new place as well and is having a party. Until some women comes and knocks on his door to turn the music down and when he saw Henley for the first time he knew his life has chang...
  • Nikki
    1970-01-01
    I have been waiting for this book for what seems like forever! I love Lani Lynn Vale's "There's No Crying in Baseball" series and Rhys is a character I've been very curious about from the first mention of him. That curiosity became even stronger when he made an appearance in Too Bad So Sad, along with his lady love Henley. To say their story has been one I anticipated is such an understatement! And boy was it a fun ride! There's a time jump in th...
  • Jennifer Pierson
    1970-01-01
    Lani Lynn Vale is so brilliant when it comes to keeping me on my toes, because I read everything she writes, but am floored how she never fails to shock me in the best ways. And Listen, Pitch as a story that I knew would be awesome, but I really didn't see the extra levels of an extremely emotional journey coming. Rhys Rivera is an all star on his pro baseball team the Longview Lumberjacks, and is known as the bad boy of baseball. He's gotten awa...
  • Lauren
    1970-01-01
    Listen pitch is book three in the there’s no crying in baseball series. I love this series but this book is my favourite so far. I devoured this book in one sitting and then was kicking myself. Why? Because I wanted to read this book slower so that it lasted longer. We first met Henley briefly in too bad so sad – her brother’s book but the events in this book happened before her brothers story took place. I love, love, love Henley. I loved ...
  • MJ's Book Blog and Reviews
    1970-01-01
    Review by: Jennifer(5 stars)Finally, we get Henley and Rhys' story and it was fabulous! We met the two in Too Bad, Soo Sad with Tyler and Cora and from the little bit we got of them, I knew their story was going to be amazing. The story of Henley and Rhys was a journey of twists and turns, major drama, danger, naughty times that were so freaking HOT, and left me feeling devastated that the ride was over! I wanted more Henley and Rhys and was not ...
  • Renee Entress from Renee Entress's Blog
    1970-01-01
    5 starI was pulled right into this story. The story has laughs, pain, secrets, suspense, and heartbreak. Before reading this story please read the below books firstPitch Please (There's No Crying in Baseball #1)Quit Your Pitchin' (There's No Crying in Baseball #2)This is Henley and Rhys’s story. If you read Too Bad So Sad (Simple Man #5) then you met Henley’s brother Tyler Cree. Henley and Rhys start off when he is injured in an accident. She...
  • Brianna at Renee Entress's Blog
    1970-01-01
    5 Stars!This is the ONLY series I've read by Lani Lynn Vale (but I swear her backlist has been added to my TBR!) and it has not disappointed me yet... actually making its way to my top reads list of this year. And y'all, this book was so so good, nothing short of perfection and maybe just my fave, plus throwing in a trope in romance that I just love. Yeah you could totally say LLV hit all my marks with this one.Listen Pitch is the third standalon...
  • Erin Lewis
    1970-01-01
    4 Star Review Listen Pitch (There’s No Crying In Baseball #3) by Lani Lynn Vale This is book three in the There’s No Crying in Baseball series. It can be read as a standalone but in my opinion I would read the books in order.Rhys Rivera is the star short-stop for the Longview Lumberjacks and is known as the bad boy of baseball for good reasons. His father was a mob boss so you know that this story will not be just a sports romance story even ...
  • Janna ♥ I'm A Sweet And Sassy Book Whore ♥
    1970-01-01
    ***This and other reviews can be found at www.imasweetandsassybookwhore.com ****ARC*I have wanted to get to know Rhys better since the first book in the There’s No Crying In Baseball series and we finally get it in Listen Pitch. Now, while I enjoyed Listen Pitch I just didn’t enjoy it as much as I had hoped that I would have. I know when reading a book by this author that there will be some unbelievable drama and normally it adds to the story...
  • Lynn Lexie-shea
    1970-01-01
    This is book 3 in the There's No Crying in Baseball series, but can be read as a standalone. Talk about coming together in the most unorthodox means...GEEZ! He's just a bad boy of baseball with what we find out has an even badder (is that even a word?) upbringing following him around. She's a sweet girl with a slight disability who helps out and comforts others as best she can. When she "meets" Rhys he's pretty much destined to leave this world a...
  • Lisa
    1970-01-01
    I have loved all of the books in this series so far, but this one is now my favorite. It has all the things I have come to expect and love from Vale, characters I can't help but love, witty banter, and a whole lot of heat. But with Listen, Pitch she added and element of danger and angst that I did not see coming. Vale had me on the edge of my seat, turning the pages as fast as I could devour them. I absolutely loved Henley and Rhys' story. I read...
  • Shahla's World
    1970-01-01
    This book was fun, interesting, and really ties together all of the stories in the baseball series and the Bear Bottom Guardians series. There was some drama, some serious parts, but the connection between Henley and Rhys was absolutely....perfect. There is no other way to put it. I loved them separately, but together they were amazing! Another must read from LLV!CHECKOUT THE FULL REVIEW:https://shahlas-world.blogspot.com/20...
  • Renee at Book Happiness
    1970-01-01
    I fell in love with Rhys in almost an instant.. Henley and Rhys were simply amazing togther.. I fell in love with this book what feels like an instant.I dont even have the words other than I just loved it... These two and the chemisty between them simply amazing With every book I fall even more in love with this author simply amazing!!!Received for an honest reveiw