Ms. Dietze has written two sweet novellas centered around neighbors on Rittenhouse Square. She crafts believable characters with a solid faith and commendable values. The romance is spot on and the setting makes me want to visit.
I enjoyed the baseball references in The Right Pitch as it was in 1876. And the teamwork aspect.
In for a Penny has Penny all grown up and finding her own romance.
Cute duo novellas set in Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to post a favorable review. All opinions are my own.*4 stars and a solid faith thread
For two heiresses living on historic Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia, love comes when least expected.
The Right Pitch - 1876
Guarded industrialist Beck Emerson agrees to sponsor his sister’s all-female baseball team. But when pretty pitcher Winnie Myles throws a curveball that makes him team manager, it challenges his plan to play it safe in life and love.
In for a Penny - 1894
Banking heiress Penelope Beale is pushed by her status-conscious parents to marry a lofty English lord, but she’s drawn instead to a lowly art historian who shares her passion for service—Emmett Retford, the lord’s younger brother.