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Isabelle's inning

Author: Donna Winters; Ralph Henry Barbour
Publisher: Caledonia, MI : Bigwater Pub., ©1997.
Series: Great Lakes romances.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English
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From The Books Back Cover: Born and raised in the heart of Great Lakes Country, Isabelle Dorlon paid little attention to the baseball players patronizing her mother's rooming house - until 1903 when Jack Weatherby moved in. Polite and reserved, he attracted her from the start. But as their friendship deepened, so did their troubles. Jack's long-held dream of playing for the Erskine College Purple Stockings  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Baseball stories
Love stories
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Winters; Ralph Henry Barbour
ISBN: 0923048855 9780923048853
OCLC Number: 37288323
Notes: "Encore edition #1"--Cover.
"Adapted from Weatherby's inning by Ralph Henry Barbour"--T.p. verso.
Description: 222 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Great Lakes romances.
Responsibility: Donna Winters.

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From The Books Back Cover: Born and raised in the heart of Great Lakes Country, Isabelle Dorlon paid little attention to the baseball players patronizing her mother's rooming house - until 1903 when Jack Weatherby moved in. Polite and reserved, he attracted her from the start. But as their friendship deepened, so did their troubles. Jack's long-held dream of playing for the Erskine College Purple Stockings nearly drowned when spring floods washed his reputation down the river. How could he convince the other players that he was not the strike-out they assumed him to be? Isabelle could help Jack revive his chances for the Erskine nine. She could even steer her well-to-do, lovelorn chum, Judith Jamison, down the road to romance in a brand new Cadillac. But no matter how hard Isabelle tried, she couldn't overcome the puzzling affliction which had plagued her since childhood. Would Jack's affections fade away once he learned the truth about her humiliating flaw?

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An Era Gone By

by Amanda36 (WorldCat user published 2010-11-22) Excellent Permalink

Follow author Donna Winters back to 1903 when men were gentlemen, and women were ladies.
I hated to put this book down ~ I felt every interruption an inconvenience. If you like romance without all the negative, inappropriate, offensive stuff, and want a book you wouldn't be embarrassed to...
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