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  • Play calling

    Looking for the next in the series already , can't wait to continue on with this saga. This wedding should be interesting.

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  • Can't beat a chemistry filled sports romance!

    This was my first Kate Donovan book, but I really, really enjoyed it. I'm a sucker for any kind of sports romance and this one was no exception. While this was the sixth book in this series, the fact that I had not read any of the previous five did not detract from my enjoyment of this book at all. Daniel Riga is the new coach of the Portland Lancers and he is known for being "married" to his job. During the season he does nothing but focus on football, save for the token funeral or wedding he might need to attend. The one thing he vows he'll never do is date during the season. As soon as the off-season starts, dating is fair game, but it's well known that he doesn't bend on that fact. When Noelle Sharpe writes about Coach Riga in her sociology column in the local paper, she has no way of knowing that what she intended to be a compliment was going to cause a firestorm for the new coach and put her in not only the limelight, but also a stick situation with a co-worker at the paper. When Noelle seeks Coach Riga out to personally apologize to him for all of the things that have gone down, she expects to speak to him and never see him again. What she doesn't expect are the feelings he elicits in her and the sparks that fly immediately between the two of them. Will Daniel change his ways and decide that dating during the season is really okay? Or will the two of them stick to an agreement they come up with to wait until the off-season? And, with the sparks that flew between them, is that even possible? I really enjoyed all of the characters in this book, Daniel and Noelle for sure, but also the cast of characters around them. I definitely will be checking out more of this author's work, both her back catalog and also any books she releases in the future! **Book provided by NetGalley and the publisher for an honest review**

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