Out of Left Field

Out of Left Field

There?s no playing it safe in love or baseball in this sparkling debut, perfect for fans of Morgan Matson and Kasie West. Marnie has never had a hard time fitting in with the guys. It would take a lot more than their goofy antics to keep her from joining them at the neighborhood sandlot to do what she loves best: play ball. An added perk of hanging out at the sandlot? Spendi There?s no playing it safe in love or baseball in this sparkling debut, perfect for fans of Morgan Matson and...

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Title:Out of Left Field
Author:Kris Hui Lee
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:B077Y5H8Y9
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Out of Left Field Reviews

  • Amanda
    Apr 28, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

  • Lauren
    May 16, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

  • Jess (The Cozy Reader) Kennedy
    Feb 06, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

    Nice look at Marnie's double dilemma of wanting to fit in with the guys, while trying to maintain her femininity. It's not an easy juggle and is made more difficult by the challenge of her best friend/maybe boyfriend's injury, coupled with the sudden realization that the guy who broke ...

    This was a great, short read to kind of get me back into the groove of good reading. I love how badass Marnie is and Cody is the best friend anyone would love to have. I also love all the little underlying turmoils like Marnie?s feelings toward her mom, all the college anxiety and of...

    Fun read about best friends falling for each other but both are too scared to do anything about it; throw in Marnie (one of the best friends) taking Cody's (other BF) place on the high school baseball team and things get a bit dicey. Kris Hui Lee has written a perfect book for those ...

    Excellent read of a teen girl on a boys baseball team. The chemistry between the main characters is tangible. I couldn't stop reading this. I had to know what was going to happen. I only wish it were longer so I could keep getting to know all the characters. I will be following th...

  • John Clark
    May 10, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

    Nice look at Marnie's double dilemma of wanting to fit in with the guys, while trying to maintain her femininity. It's not an easy juggle and is made more difficult by the challenge of her best friend/maybe boyfriend's injury, coupled with the sudden realization that the guy who broke ...

  • Laura's Book Addiction
    May 03, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

  • Jennifer Green
    Jun 15, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

  • Cocktails and Books
    May 22, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

  • Becky
    May 11, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

  • Aimee ♥ | Aimee, Always
    Mar 31, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

  • Eri
    Feb 06, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

  • Madison
    Mar 01, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

  • Stacee
    Apr 14, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

  • Sionna
    Apr 20, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

  • Veronica
    May 06, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

  • Kayla Fahy
    May 21, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

  • Miranda (MrsLeif's Two Fangs About It)
    Apr 29, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
    Jun 17, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

  • Elizabeth
    May 13, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

    Nice look at Marnie's double dilemma of wanting to fit in with the guys, while trying to maintain her femininity. It's not an easy juggle and is made more difficult by the challenge of her best friend/maybe boyfriend's injury, coupled with the sudden realization that the guy who broke ...

    This was a great, short read to kind of get me back into the groove of good reading. I love how badass Marnie is and Cody is the best friend anyone would love to have. I also love all the little underlying turmoils like Marnie?s feelings toward her mom, all the college anxiety and of...

  • Jaime
    Feb 04, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

  • Makenna Fournier
    May 31, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

    Nice look at Marnie's double dilemma of wanting to fit in with the guys, while trying to maintain her femininity. It's not an easy juggle and is made more difficult by the challenge of her best friend/maybe boyfriend's injury, coupled with the sudden realization that the guy who broke ...

    This was a great, short read to kind of get me back into the groove of good reading. I love how badass Marnie is and Cody is the best friend anyone would love to have. I also love all the little underlying turmoils like Marnie?s feelings toward her mom, all the college anxiety and of...

    Fun read about best friends falling for each other but both are too scared to do anything about it; throw in Marnie (one of the best friends) taking Cody's (other BF) place on the high school baseball team and things get a bit dicey. Kris Hui Lee has written a perfect book for those ...

    Excellent read of a teen girl on a boys baseball team. The chemistry between the main characters is tangible. I couldn't stop reading this. I had to know what was going to happen. I only wish it were longer so I could keep getting to know all the characters. I will be following th...

    Overall, I did enjoy this book, but there wasn't anything that I really loved about it. For my personal taste, I think there was too much descriptions of everything that happened during the games, and I felt myself loosing interest in the book during those parts, and because it was so ...

  • Karina
    May 10, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

    Nice look at Marnie's double dilemma of wanting to fit in with the guys, while trying to maintain her femininity. It's not an easy juggle and is made more difficult by the challenge of her best friend/maybe boyfriend's injury, coupled with the sudden realization that the guy who broke ...

    This was a great, short read to kind of get me back into the groove of good reading. I love how badass Marnie is and Cody is the best friend anyone would love to have. I also love all the little underlying turmoils like Marnie?s feelings toward her mom, all the college anxiety and of...

    Fun read about best friends falling for each other but both are too scared to do anything about it; throw in Marnie (one of the best friends) taking Cody's (other BF) place on the high school baseball team and things get a bit dicey. Kris Hui Lee has written a perfect book for those ...

    Excellent read of a teen girl on a boys baseball team. The chemistry between the main characters is tangible. I couldn't stop reading this. I had to know what was going to happen. I only wish it were longer so I could keep getting to know all the characters. I will be following th...

    Overall, I did enjoy this book, but there wasn't anything that I really loved about it. For my personal taste, I think there was too much descriptions of everything that happened during the games, and I felt myself loosing interest in the book during those parts, and because it was so ...

    A Young Adult book about baseball that I gave a shot. It was an okay read, geared toward high school age folk. More teen angst than baseball, it followed a fairly predictable plot. It was a fast read, probably nice for a 15ish reader. Overall, I enjoyed the story, but might have liked ...

    Rating: 4 stars ???? If your looking for a fun, YA sports Contemporary, Out Of Left Field is the perfect read! The unique direction of the plot really makes this book stand out! I really liked it!! Definitely going to be checking out Lee's future novels!! ...

  • Ashley Elliott
    May 04, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

  • michelle (magicalreads)
    Feb 06, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

  • Kate R
    Apr 23, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

  • Camila Roy ••RoyIsReading••
    Apr 10, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

  • Emily
    May 13, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

  • KarenJo Custodio
    May 03, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

  • Teresa
    Jan 24, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

    Nice look at Marnie's double dilemma of wanting to fit in with the guys, while trying to maintain her femininity. It's not an easy juggle and is made more difficult by the challenge of her best friend/maybe boyfriend's injury, coupled with the sudden realization that the guy who broke ...

    This was a great, short read to kind of get me back into the groove of good reading. I love how badass Marnie is and Cody is the best friend anyone would love to have. I also love all the little underlying turmoils like Marnie?s feelings toward her mom, all the college anxiety and of...

    Fun read about best friends falling for each other but both are too scared to do anything about it; throw in Marnie (one of the best friends) taking Cody's (other BF) place on the high school baseball team and things get a bit dicey. Kris Hui Lee has written a perfect book for those ...

  • Amanda
    Apr 30, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

  • Patrick Barry
    May 11, 2018

    RATING: 4/5 *I recieved an e-ARC from Edelweiss and Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review* You could say I'm a sucker for cute, lighthearted reads. Thankfully, this one did not disappoint. In this book, we follow Marnie, a girl who loves baseball but feels she migh...

    Find this review and more on my book blog. WHAT TO EXPECT FROMOUT OF LEFT FIELD 1. Lots of mindless reading.Out of LeftField definitely doesn't have a lot of substance. It's incredibly shallow and typical--which was fine by me! Y'all have to admit: We have these certain m...

    I loved the idea of a girl playing on the boys team and the hint of a bff to more sold it. I liked Marnie well enough. She?s tenacious and talented and stands up for herself. The rest of her friends and their dynamic was quite odd. I struggled with how they could be supportive of...

    Out of Left Field was a charming, lovable, and fun contemporary romance novel! The main character, Marnie, was a strong and determined girl! There were so many times when people tried to tear her down, and she always stood up for herself. I loved how fierce she was and how she conti...

    I honestly think out of left field is shaping up to be my favourite kindle read of the month, I can't believe that this is the authors debut novel. It was utterly amazing and so realistically written, I felt like It could've involved any of my friends and family. A very relatable n...

    This was a fun fast read about a girl who wants to play baseball. There was definitely some fighting among the team after she joined but it wasn't the focus of the book like the blurb claims. It was mainly a cute rom-com and a girl trying to figure out what she wants to do in her frien...

    4 Stars - Cute, fun and entertaining. Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee is a lighthearted and charming YA contemporary read! I?m not really into sports that much, so I don?t find myself immediately drawn to sports-themed books. I just never really know if I?ll enjoy the p...

    Out of Left Field is a lighthearted, sport-adoring, lots-of-fun novel that revels in the celebration of strong friendship, pushing the boundaries, and finding the courage to chase your dream. I highly enjoying reading Out of Left Field, and highly recommend it to readers who love playf...

    Reviewed on my blog, Becky on Books, on 5/11/18. A fun read! The emphasis here--as it really should be in YA--is more on Marnie figuring herself and her place in her world (with her family and friends, on the baseball team, what direction she wants her future to go in) and less o...

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. When I started reading Out of Left Field I wasn?t in the mood to read. I had other things I needed to get done. So when I sat down to read I told myself I had to read at least 10% of the book in the first ses...

    2.5 Cocktails I wanted to like this one so much more than I did. Discovering that your best friend has the same feeling for you as you do for him should have been one of those heartwarming, angsty young adult reads. Instead, I found myself not really liking Marnie all that much. She ...

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I was really looking forward to this book. I love sports romances, YA, and friends to lovers trope, so I thought this would be a hit with me. Unfortunately, I DNF at 35%. I can usual...

    3.75 stars rtc ...

    *I received this book through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review* I don't read many sports-themed books and when I saw this one on Netgalley I thought I should rectify that. Many people like reading about sports or like the sports aspect with romance, so because this sounded...

    3.25/3.5 out of 5.0 stars There were parts of this book I loved and parts that could definitely use some work. I'm a sucker for sports romances, baseball and hockey ones in particular, so this is right up my ally. I thought it was fun and cute for sure! Marnie was a good lead charac...

    **3.5 Stars** This book was super cute. It was definitely YA and very appropriate for young teens. Marnie was your typical angsty with a side of slightly low self esteem, teen. She loved playing baseball with her friends and I liked that she decided to try out for the boys team....

    1.5 stars When a book is said to be perfect for fans of Morgan Matson, I instantly add it to my TBR. It also didn't hurt here that Out of Left Field was giving me Dairy Queen vibes. I had high hopes, and I couldn't wait to dive in! The result? Out of Left Field left me feeling ...

    As someone who was the only girl in a baseball league for years, and who, at age 14, was told by the all-male administration that I wasn't allowed to play anymore and to "go play softball" as if it's the same sport, I LOVE any book featuring girl baseball players, so I was so excited t...

    Out of Left Field by Kris Hui Lee, 320 pages. Sourcebooks Fire, 2018. $11. Language: R (100+ swears, 5 ?f?); Mature Content: PG (implied sex, mention of bisexuality); Violence: PG HS ? OPTIONAL Sara Fox watches as her best friend, Cody Kinski, gets hits with a violent pi...

    There was nothing that stood out about this book for me. It was a quick read and pleasant enough but I really didn't like any of the main characters. Cody was pretty much the only one who I could find it in my heart to like and we didn't really get enough of him to be able to decide wh...

    3.5 stars This was cute in a sense and I really liked the concept, especially how she proved the guys on her team wrong, but some of the execution fell flat. I will say I think the romance was so cute and I loved the way it unfolded, but I definitely wanted more because it felt like...

    I could practically smell the fresh cut grass and leather on the baseball gloves in Out of Left Field. This book was a sweet surprise, as I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but then again I'm a sucker for a YA unrequited best friend romance. This one had it all: new and o...

    First, thanks to NetGalley for giving me an e-ARC of this book. Super cutesy YA romcoms are totally my thing and when you add in a sports angle, I'm pretty here for it. This one was cute and fun, but I spent a lot of time yelling "OMG JUST USE YOUR WORDS ALREADY" in my head (and may...

    Nice look at Marnie's double dilemma of wanting to fit in with the guys, while trying to maintain her femininity. It's not an easy juggle and is made more difficult by the challenge of her best friend/maybe boyfriend's injury, coupled with the sudden realization that the guy who broke ...

    This was a great, short read to kind of get me back into the groove of good reading. I love how badass Marnie is and Cody is the best friend anyone would love to have. I also love all the little underlying turmoils like Marnie?s feelings toward her mom, all the college anxiety and of...

    Fun read about best friends falling for each other but both are too scared to do anything about it; throw in Marnie (one of the best friends) taking Cody's (other BF) place on the high school baseball team and things get a bit dicey. Kris Hui Lee has written a perfect book for those ...

    Excellent read of a teen girl on a boys baseball team. The chemistry between the main characters is tangible. I couldn't stop reading this. I had to know what was going to happen. I only wish it were longer so I could keep getting to know all the characters. I will be following th...

    Overall, I did enjoy this book, but there wasn't anything that I really loved about it. For my personal taste, I think there was too much descriptions of everything that happened during the games, and I felt myself loosing interest in the book during those parts, and because it was so ...

    A Young Adult book about baseball that I gave a shot. It was an okay read, geared toward high school age folk. More teen angst than baseball, it followed a fairly predictable plot. It was a fast read, probably nice for a 15ish reader. Overall, I enjoyed the story, but might have liked ...