Caught Up: 3 (Windy City) Paperback – Import, 3 November 2023 by Liz Tomforde (Author)

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      About the Author

      Born and raised in Northern California, Liz Tomforde is the youngest of five children. She grew up watching and playing sports. She loves all things romance, traveling, dogs, and hockey & basketball.She herself is a flight attendant, but when she’s not traveling or writing, Liz can be found reading a good book or taking her Golden Retriever, Luke, on a hike in her hometown.
      Dimensions 2.29 × 21.59 cm
      ASIN ‏

      ‎ B0CNLNVT4R

      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Golden Boy Publishing LLC (3 November 2023)

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 406 pages

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 979-8868972201

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 515 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 13.97 x 2.29 x 21.59 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ India

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      10 reviews for Caught Up: 3 (Windy City) Paperback – Import, 3 November 2023 by Liz Tomforde (Author)

      1. Bgarg

        Everytime i completed a book in the windy series i thought this is my favourite book. The books are so good. But this one especially really tugs on your heart strings. One of the best sports romances I have ever read. Must read! Can’t wait for the 4th book!!!

      2. Drashti Patel

        I’m officially convinced that my standards for a boyfriend are now way too high for real men after reading this. IT WAS PERFECT!!!!

      3. Msgoddess

        Caught up is the third book in Windy city series and the way that I have been so waiting for Kai’ book is insane. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on his book. Tbh I’m a plain sucker for the single parent romance, mix in the splash of forbidden and this served it so well. It was funny, heartwarming, and the sweetest.I loved this book. I devoured it in single sitting, but that’s no surprise. The story between Kai and Miller was funny, sweet, entertaining, adorable and heartbreaking. This book has had humor, heat, and heart in spades.. It wasn’t only fun to read but was an absolute banger. It had all the great elements I like in sports romance and I liked the fact that the two main characters are able to enjoy getting to know each other despite both of their backgrounds. They both have some emotional turmoil going on but not so much that it got depressing or too heavy. I’m in love with this series and I’m hoping we keep getting more from this world.

      4. Trinity P.

        Caught Up has quite literally made me speechless. I have no words to describe how incredible of a read it was but I will try my best. It was everything I expected and more. It was a story of not one but 2 single dads, Kai and Monty, they are the best ficitonal dads hands down. Its a comfy, cozy read that feels like a hug during your lowest of lows. It is emotional, heartwarming and so so wholesome. Makes you realise how big of a difference all the little things make. It deals with the topic of insecurities so well. Its a Liz Tomforde books, so its needless to say that the found family is family-ing. Kai, Max & Miller form the cutest trio. I LOVED them a lot. Its all in the little things, really. Kai is the most understanding, caring and kind mmc. Miller is the independent, hardworking & determined sarcastic ray of sunshine fmc. Not to mention, Max is the cutest little love bug. And while this hot-chocolate-on-a-cold-day book takes place over summer, I think its the perfect fall read. You must make this your next read if you like:- Sports romance (nbl baseball player)- Forbidden romance (boss×nanny, coach’s daughter)- Baking romance (is that a thing? She’s a professional chef)-Single dad-there’s only one bed 🤭- too responsible mmc, wild child fmcSpecial thanks to Liz for the arc in exchange for an honest review

      5. nikki rose

        Is it possible to give a book more than five stars? Because Caught Up deserves that. I never thought I’d say this but Kai and Miller have become my favorite Liz Tomforde couple, beating Indy and Ryan (sorry babes hehe). It’s 10:15pm here and I’ve just finished this masterpiece after swooning, giggling and bawling like a baby. I keep thinking that Liz’s writing couldn’t get better and she keeps proving me wrong like HAHAHA GIRL JUST YOU WAIT AND SEE. I’m in love. That’s all I can say. Those last few chapters were absolute agony for me but I loved every second of it. The way that Miss Liz manages to tear my heart into shreds and piece it back together? UNBELIEVABLE. I’m obsessed. The writing, the plot, the character development and the smut was on point, as always. Miller was a character I never thought I’d see a lot of myself in – but here we are. I’m so proud of her for allowing herself to be vulnerable and letting Kai love her the way she deserved to be loved. Malakai Rhodes…don’t even get me started on that man. Baseball Daddy was pure perfection – just know that the fact that I said that he beat Zaddy Zee and Ry speaks volumes about how amazing his character was. And as for Max? I just wanted to squish his cheeks and give him a BIG hug and LOTS of kisses. Monty was another very integral character that I adored. Brace yourselves besties because it’s about to get a bit personal now lol. Seeing Monty and Miller’s father daughter relationship reminded me of the bond I had with my own dad. I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t miss it and that those scenes didn’t make me cry. Because they did. Seeing a man step up and sacrifice so much to be the father his daughter deserves will always, always make me equal parts emotional and envious. In short, I loved Monty. On a lighter note, the side characters (one of whom I’m suspecting will get his book next *wink wink*) absolutely gave me life. They added the much needed humor and banter that I usually love to see in all of Liz’s books. Also, getting to see Rio (aka my husband and the father of my unborn children) and IndyRyan as well as StevieZanders made me so soft. I missed them sm gaaahhh! To sum it all up (because I just realised that my review has turned into a whole TED talk), Kai and Miller’s book exceeded my expectations and made me fall hard and fast for them. 10/10 would recommend (tho I don’t think there’s a single Liz Tomforde book that I wouldn’t recommend lmao. But this one is by far my favorite). With that being said, I’m so excited to see what else Liz has got in store for us and I’m eagerly awaiting book 4 in the Windy City series!!!*Thank you to Liz Tomforde for providing me with an ARC!

      6. natayslibrary

        Necesito un Kai Rhodes en mi vida 🥵⭐ ♾️/5🌶️ 2/5Tropes ⚾🧡Padre soltero & Niñera🧡Una cama🧡Sports Romance🧡La hija del entrenador🧡FMC alocada & MMC responsable”Miller Montgomery, chef de renombre en el mundo de la pastelería, ganadora de unos de los premios más prestigiosos del mundillo no puede cocinar nada sin que se le queme o se vaya todo al garete. La presión ha podido con ella y necesita tomarse un tiempo para ella sola y pensar en nuevas recetas.Mala(Kai) Rhodes, jugador profesional de Beisbol y recientemente padre soltero. No es capaz de tener una niñera/niñero que le dure más de una semana, siente que no son lo suficiente buenos para cuidar de su hijo Max. Pero con el inicio de la temporada necesita encontrar una niñera pero ya.Monty, jefe de Kai y padre de Miller, convence a ambos para que Miller sea la niñera de Max durante los tres meses de verano, los cuales Miller se los ha tomado libres para poder inspirarse y no quemar ningún postre.La vida de ambos se junta de la manera menos convencional posible, pero menudas historias les quedan por vivir”Caught Up, para mi, es el mejor libro de los tres publicados en la Serie Windy City, pero sin lugar a dudas. Esta entre el top 5 de mis mejores lecturas de este año.Me ha encantado.Para mi Miller Montgomery 💚 ha sido una de las mejores protagonistas en esta serie. Una chica con los pies en la tierra, con unos ideales muy claros, con mucha confianza en si misma y siempre dice lo que piensa. Adora a su padre de una manera incondicional, aunque se siente en deuda con él por lo que hizo por ella.Una chica solitaria que por temas de trabajo nunca está quieta en un lugar, una triunfadora en toda regla.Mala(Kai) Rhodes 💙, qué decir de este hombre. Sin duda el mejor protagonista masculino de esta serie. Un padre soltero, que se convirtió en padre de la manera más chocante posible pero que hizo y hace todo y más por su hijo.Es responsable, con un corazón tan grande con la copa de un pino y que dejaría todo de lado sólo para poder pasar más tiempo con Max.La relación de Miller y Kai me ha encantado, siempre bromeando y coqueteando.Ver lo abierta que siempre ha sido Miller acerca de lo mucho que le gusta a Kai no es muy común verlo en historias de romance y ha sido como un soplo de aire fresco. Necesito más protagonistas como Miller.Los momentos que pasaban juntos, conociéndose y descubriendo sobre ellos mismos son perfectos.No es un libro donde el spice domina todo el argumento. Es una construcción de su relación de manera tranquila y más sana posible.Aunque su historia de amor se construyera en tan solo 3 meses (que no suele ser algo que me guste mucho, el instalove) no se sintió nada acelerado. Me encantó que en tan poco tiempo la conociera tan bien y que estuviera ahí para apoyarla en todos esos momentos de estrés y malestar que tuvo que pasar por culpa de la presión que sentía sobre su trabajo.No sé deciros exactamente cuantas veces me han hecho llorar Miller y Max, creo que ha sido una de las relaciones más puras que he visto. El amor que siente Miller hacia Max es *chef kiss*Solo puedo decir que me ha encantado (y eso es quedarse corta). Os lo recomiendo muchísimo, y también que tengáis un paquete de pañuelos cerca porque el último 10% del libro os hará llorar.

      7. Jeeves Reads Romance

        Adored itI savored this like the absolute treat that it was, and ADORED every second of it. Rarely does a series maintain its quality throughout multiple installments, but each book in this series has gotten better and better. I loved Mile High and The Right Move stole my heart in a major way, so Caught Up had a LOT to live up to. I was worried that it wouldn’t. But it only took a few pages to get wrapped up in the story, and it held me captivated every moment after that. The sexual tension is off the charts, the playfulness made it so much fun, and the angstier elements had my stomach in knots. The steady, sweetheart of a hero had me absolutely SWOONING in so many moments, and I loved that the firecracker of a heroine brought out a different side of him. The banter and chemistry between them jumped off the page, and the spice… wow. Intense and scorching. I’m happy to report that this exceeded my VERY high expectations, and is easily one of my favorite books of the year.The story follows Kai (32), a pro baseball player who unexpectedly became a father last year. The weight of responsibility and shifting priorities have turned him into a serious, reserved man who barely remembers what he used to be like. After Kai fires his son’s most recent nanny, his coach finds someone else to fill the role – his daughter. Though Miller (25) has a life and career of her own, she’s been feeling restless and burned out recently. She needs a break. So taking care of a sweet little boy for the summer doesn’t sound too bad, even if she has to deal with his broody father. The two clash at every turn, but it’s impossible to deny that the sparks flying between them are combustible. Opposites attract, and Miller brings out a side of Kai that he forgot was inside him. But Miller has made it clear that she won’t be sticking around after the summer, and that’s something they both have to keep in mind.I’m not intimidated by a 500-page book when I know that I’m in for a deliciously well-developed romance, and this is exactly that. Tomforde put me through every emotion, crafting a love story that’s comedic one minute and heart-wrenching the next. I loved the found family aspect, and I also loved the tension of knowing that these two were quickly heading towards trouble. Though I found Miller to be an immensely compelling and complex heroine, I was smitten with Kai from the start. He stepped up to be a (fantastic) dad, and the plentiful family moments were adorable. So cute. What I loved the most though was how Miller brought him back to life and pushed him to want more for himself. The tension of knowing Miller would be leaving added so much friction to the story, and you could definitely feel that as the emotional connection grew. The spice was incredibly multi-faceted and intimate, while also being vivid and HOT. Every scene had me hooked in one way or another, and I was teary-eyed and fully focused during the final scenes. A powerhouse of a read, this isn’t one that I’ll soon forget.Audio note: Highly recommended! I was SO excited when I saw that Alex Kydd was narrating, he’s a personal favorite of mine. He’s really honed his skills over the past couple of years, and he embodied Kai perfectly. It’s my first experience with Megan Wicks, but she was also fantastic. They both delivered a true performance, infusing so much emotion into the story. It’s one of those audiobooks that greatly enhanced an already-excellent story. The runtime (about 15 hours) was too much for a single day, but that’s okay because I only wanted to listen when I had time to be completely engaged. I’d consider this to be a hot slow burn, with the spice taking a bit to fully kick in. Definitely not one I’d listen to at work. Interestingly enough, I found that the ebook didn’t match the audiobook word for word – I brought up the ebook during important scenes, and there were some clear (mostly minor) differences. Not sure which version is newer, I’m assuming that’ll get resolved soon. Just keep that in mind if you’re planning to switch between the two versions, as I like to do. If you’re new to audiobooks, this would make a great introduction to them though, just saying!

      8. AshHarvey

        Best one of the series to date, without question.This would earn infinity stars from me if that was an option. I have not read a book that so thoroughly hit my emotions in the best kind of way, probably all year, and even though I spent the last 20% of the book crying off and on, I would recommend this over and over again to anyone who loves a feel good, single-guardian story that highlights the love a parent has for their child.Now, I would encourage reading books 1 and 2 prior to jumping in into this one because while I think you could still find joy in this story independently of the other two books, you’re going to need both of those love stories to fully grasp the position Kai finds himself in as we move through this book.We met Kai briefly in the previous book and getting to know him throughout this story was beautifully vulnerable. He’s clearly a protector of the people he considers his own, and while being charged with a son he didn’t know he had until he was dropped off on his door step just a year ago, we find out that Kai refuses to shirk his responsibilities. He’s an amazing big brother, an inspiring single parent, and one helluva baseball pitcher who’s managing to juggle it all (albeit begrudgingly) as he questions his desire to stay in the game that used to bring him so much joy.Sometimes I feel like one of the MCs speaks more to my heart than the other when reading dual POV romances but in this case, I felt like I fell in love with Miller as much as I fell in love with Kai. She’s focused on her goals throughout her life and has made a splash in the culinary world at an incredibly young age. When she decides that a change of scenery may be what she needs to clear up her creative pastry-chef-block, she does so with the explicit declarations (to her and Kai) that her hiatus has an end date and she will full-steam-ahead get back into her whirlwind travel life at the end of the summer.The push-and-pull, the physical chemistry, the warring desires of doing what’s best for yourself versus living life in a way that brings joy.. this book handles every deliciously angsty part with perfect balance. And when you add in an adorable toddler who’s got stunning blue eyes and is just learning to walk and talk? It’s easily the best single-parent books of 2023 for me, if not number one.If you like:- seeing what happens when a wild woman who can’t be tied down shakes the foundation of a man who’s forgotten that being responsible can still mean finding joy- when the MMC finally gives into his desires in that all too familiar “f* it” moment- seeing the FMC have a lightbulb moment that glows brighter and brighter every time she opens herself up to people who mean so much to her…. you’re going to love this. You’re gonna cry – if you don’t, please reach out to me and teach me your ways – but every sniffle and tissue crumple is 1,000% worth it.

      9. AlohaD

        Baseball Daddy has my heartSingle daddies are my absolute catnip!! And now Mr Baseball Daddy is right up there with one of my favorites for 2023.Caught Up is the third book in the Windy City series, but it was my first book I’ve read by this author, making it my first book in the series. But after reading this story and getting a taste of the previous characters, I will for sure be going back to read the other books.Caught Up follows Kai Rhodes, a pitcher for a Chicago MLB team. He is a single dad to a 15 month old little boy name Max. He can’t keep a nanny if it’s the last thing he does. Nobody is good enough for his boy. When his coach has a great idea for the summer months, Kai has to take him up on it if he wants to continue playing the game. But he is not happy about it.Miller Montgomery is a world famous pastry chef that has just won one of the highest awards someone in her industry can win. She’s taking a few months off before she is due on the west coast for her next stint. But her father, Monty, the coach of the Chicago baseball team has a plan for her for the summer. Something that will bring her closer to him and take care of his ace of a pitcher for a few months.OH MY GOODNESS! I automatically fell in love with the grump of a Baseball daddy and the spitfire nanny upon their first encounter. Yes, Miller wasn’t a ‘real’ nanny, but I loved the way she had an instant connection with Max. Their scenes and their connection had me squeezing my heart. When someone falls for a kid that isn’t their own, it absolutely does me in. And Miller was perfect not only for Max, but for balancing Kai out. He needed more than baseball and his son. He needed himself back and Miller could pull that out in him. I loved their friendship. loved their sexual tension. I loved their playfulness. I loved their banter. And I loved the way they both loved Max. Plus, I loved Kai and his relationship with Monty who was so much more than his coach. He was a father figure and loved Kai liked a son.With the progression in Miller and Kai’s relationship, I knew there was going to be some painful moments. They both had pasts that were more alike that they even imagined. For that reason, I liked seeing how patient and loving Kai was with Miller and letting her discover who she was and what she needed to do. Even when I wanted him to be selfish, he was a bigger man and let the woman he fell in love with discover her life on her terms.’I hope you’re out there finding your joy because you’re the reason we found ours.’I love these two and I cannot wait to go back and read the previous books. For now, Baseball Daddy has my heart. 4.5 stars

      10. Bills & Books

        “ Because loving you was one of the two greatest surprises of my life.” 🥹😭💙I’m going to say something highly controversial, but the single-parent trope has always been one of my least favorites. 🫢🫣 Like give me an accidental pregnancy trope over a single parent any day of the week. BUT….now that I’ve read Caught Up, Liz Tomforde may have changed my mind.In usual Liz Tomforde fashion, this book is perfection. Completely on point with the last two. Literal and absolute perfection in every sense of the word. From the banter, to Miller’s witty comebacks, to Sunday dinners at Indy and Ryan’s, to everything in between this book is perfection.I love Miller’s sass and smart mouth. I love that we see so much of this story from Kai and his perspective. I love that nothing happens to Max, I feel in most single parent tropes something happens to the kid and I always hate it, so I was so glad this book didn’t have anything like that even though my anxiety was through the roof with anticipation from the word go. I also liked that the other parent in this scenario didn’t cause a problem. I loved that we saw the characters from the other books. I loved the side characters in this book – Monty and Isaiah in particular. I love watching Miller bake with Max…the banana bread scene 🥹🫠 I love the aspect of burnout this book touches on as I felt it on such a visceral level even as I experience it in a completely different career field. I love watching Kai accept help. I love how he took care of her when she was drunk, took her makeup off, and did her skin care. I love that he bakes her a cake for her birthday. I loved the fact Rio was in a purple tux 😂 I loved watching the transition to baby 🫠 I also love that this was a coach’s daughter romance where the dad wasn’t angry when these two ended up together. I am not lying when I tell you, I loved it all.And can we just take a second to appreciate the beautiful parallel in this book? Monty and Miller’s relationship and Miller and Max’s. I am not a cryer when I read this, and this book had the tears a rolling. 😭 Absolutely beautiful.Another 5⭐️ book from one of my favorite authors. She absolutely hit it out of the park (pun 100% intended). I love how Isaiah and Kennedy’s story has been set up, and cannot to watch their story unfold.Liz, thank you for sharing your writing, your characters and your story with us. The Windy City is truly one of my favorite places to visit when I pick up a book. Cannot wait to get back there soon.

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