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A great catch : a novel / Lorna Seilstad.

By: Seilstad, Lorna [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Seilstad, Lorna, Lake Manawa summers: book 2.Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Revell, c2011Description: 380 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780800734466 (paperback); 0800734467 (paperback).Subject(s): Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Baseball players -- Fiction | Suffragists -- Fiction | Manawa, Lake (Iowa) -- FictionGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | Love stories.Summary: Suffragette Emily Graham resists her relatives' attempts to find her a husband among the guests at the Lake Manawa resort, while Carter Stockton enjoys pitching for the Manawa Owls baseball team and dreads going into business.
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In this light-hearted historical romance set at a turn-of-the-century lake resort, an independent young woman doesn't think she needs a man until a brash young baseball player catches her eye.

Suffragette Emily Graham resists her relatives' attempts to find her a husband among the guests at the Lake Manawa resort, while Carter Stockton enjoys pitching for the Manawa Owls baseball team and dreads going into business.

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It's the turn of the century, and suffragette Emily Graham has no time in her life for a man. But her aunts have other ideas in mind and try to find her a husband among the guests of Iowa's Lake Manawa resort. Carter Stockton, the Manawa Owls' baseball pitcher and recent college graduate, is determined to eke all the fun he can out of the summer before being forced into his father's business. Neither Emily nor Carter has romance on the mind. Will they give up their dreams for a chance at love, or will they discover that maybe, just maybe, you can have both? Verdict A breezy writing style and likable characters make Seilstad's latest series entry (after Making Waves) a sure bet for fans of Mary Balogh. (c) Copyright 2011. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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