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Catch and Cradle: An FF Sports Romance | Katia Rose
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Thou shalt not date thine teammates.The UNS Women's Lacrosse team doesn't have an official policy against inter-teammate relationships, but those words might as well be carved into stone tablets in the middle of the field. After witnessing way too much drama in the past, Captain Becca Moore is intent on keeping her players' love lives out of the locker room. Becca has no time or tolerance for any distractions from the game. Unfortunately, that's exactly what Hope Hastings has been since the day she showed up for tryouts: one walking, talking, charismatically dorky and way-too-kissable distraction. Hope knew she was headed straight to the danger zone from the moment she saw Becca's flame-red hair and surly captain smirk. She's spent the past two years writing off her attraction as a harmless crush, but starting a new semester fresh out of an awful relationship makes Hope realize just how far from harmless the heat between her and Becca really is.The friendships of a tight-knit team and their shot at the title are all lying on the line, but as Hope and Becca get closer to bending rules they've sworn never to break, they realize they've put their hearts on that line too. Losing has never been an option, but winning might cost more than they're willing to pay.Catch and Cradle is a New Adult F/F romance from Katia Rose that's filled with all the hilarity and heartache of finding your way through college while discovering love, friendship, and what it means to be yourself.
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I loved this book!
It didn‘t focus solely on the romance (though that was AMAZING) but it showed the girls growing up mentally and changing for the good.
I will definitely read again
Points for gay🌈

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I love a romance.
I love a sports romance.
I LOVE a sapphic sports romance!!!
Becca and Hope are so good for each other, they both grow individually and together and the tension and mutual pining is a lovely constant.

Zoe-h Is there blatant homophobia in this one? I‘m getting tired of the typical “character just came out and is faced with immediate hate from everyone except their love internet” trope. 8mo
kera_11 @Zoe-h none! they are both out at the beginning of the book and they keep it a secret for the sake of the team but no homophobia!! I‘ve been really sick of that too. 8mo
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This was such a cute wlw book. It was written very well and it was awesome to see the two main characters grow as separate people but also grow together and build each other up. Definitely recommend reading