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    Cute single dad, sports romance

    4.5 Stars Seth has been traded to the NFL team, the Milwaukee Dragons (sort of wish there was a team named the Dragon. The could play the L.A. Unicorns. But I digress). He has a meet cute with Carrie in the grocery store where he is trying to buy products for his twelve year old daughters first period. They exchange numbers and start to flirt text while he is out of town for work (Carrie has no clue what he does) and they plan on going out when he gets back. Carrie is a teacher who has been laid off and lost her apartment, so she is thrilled when her brother sets up an interview with his old college football buddy “Lainie” as a nanny. Of course, Seth Chamberlain is “Lainie”. What I liked about this was there was instant attraction, but the love took time to develop. I did wish that they had developed the relationship of the daughter Maddie, and Carrie more. I also wish that that an epilogue had been included. If you want a fun sports/single dad romance, this is worth a read. I look forward to the next installment in the series. I received an ARC of this book for my honest review.
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    Sexy, fun, and flirty

    Sexy, fun, and flirty is the best way to describe this awesome read. Seth and Carrie are great characters and their chemistry jumps from the pages from their first hilarious meeting in the grocery store. Madison, Seth's teenage daughter, really makes this story work. I enjoyed how well Madison and Carrie interacted. I'm a sucker for stories that have hot dad's stepping up and taking care of their kids so this was a great one for me! I highly recommend this book to everyone.
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    Rules

    Seth has a lot on his plate. Moved to a new town (well, traded anyway,) has a daughter who is miserable, trying to get to know his new team, and needs a nanny. All of this can make a man miserable. Carrie needs a job. If she doesn't find one soon it's going to get ugly. Little does she know, the man who swoops in and makes everything better, is the man she needs space from. How can she flirt with the sexy man when she finds out he's her new boss? Heat right from the very start, and gets hotter as you read more. This series just takes off in flames as the hot MC's spark and sizzle every time they are within touching distance of one another. Despite very real conflict, and an original plot, this story is exciting and hot! ***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley and its publishers.
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    Sexy football player dad

    Seth is trying his hardest to be a good dad. Unfortunately that means uprooting his daughter from their home in Houston and moving to Milwaukee. At 12, she’s at a difficult age already so it is even rougher to have to start all over. But he’s a good man and he’s doing the best he can. Running into a sexy redhead at the grocery story, and one who is willing to give him feminine hygiene help, has things looking up. Carrie is having a rough time after losing her job as a teach and not getting any bites on a new one. She’s starting to really stress when she’s rescued by a hottie in the checkout lane. Being able to help him return leads to some sexy flirting. When a possible job lands in her lap, things are definitely looking up … until she discovers her potential new boss is the guy she’s been sexting. Yikes! You have to admire how well she handles it :) I think these two were hotter NOT having sex than most couples are when they do! I loved their first meeting and then the inevitable struggle as Carrie becomes the nanny for Seth’s preteen daughter. It’s not easy for them to ignore their attraction but they do try … and although they don’t necessarily succeed, I have to like that it is pretty drama free between them. They understand why that it is best to keep things professional and they try their hardest to keep it that way. I am pretty surprised at how many 3 star or less reviews there are for this one. I’m actually mostly amused by how many of them are based solely on the fact that this is in third person. That never bothers me and I didn’t have any difficulty following along here so I guess it’s just a personal preference thing. There were also some complaints that the ending was too rushed but I thought it worked. It may not have been as emotion-driven as some but I think that it worked well with the flow of the rest of the story. Overall, I found On the Line to be amusing, flirty, sexy, and full of heart. It was entertaining watching the two of them fight their feelings for Madison’s sake … and, of course, fail! Is it predictable? Probably, but it is enjoyable regardless. Bringing light-hearted fun with enough feels to keep you turning pages, Lincoln delivers a winner in my opinion. *** I voluntarily read a Review Copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely my own and no one else’s. ***
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    Fun and Flirty

    This is the first book I have read by Liz Lincoln and I really enjoyed it. It is a charming, fun and flirty, sports romance with a mixture of sweetness, sexiness and laughter. I liked the two main characters and found it easy to relate to them. They are both good, genuine people and they have a lot of sexual chemistry. Seth, a football player, moves to Milwaukee when he starts playing for the Milwaukee Dragons. He is devoted to his twelve year old daughter, Maddy and is looking for a nanny. He wants to do the best he can for Maddy and he is willing to give up anything for her. Seth he is a great dad and a wonderful guy. Maddy is the most important thing to him and I respect him for that. Even though Seth loves football, it comes second to Maddy. Carrie is a geek. She is a laid off seventh grade science teacher looking for a job. Since she has no other offers, Carrie agrees to take the job as nanny to Seth’s daughter, Maddy. Carrie immediately hits it off with Maddy and they share a lot of the same interests. Carrie finds herself attracted to Seth’s big muscles and great body. She has to figure out how to adjust from teacher to nanny and also how to stay away from her employer. Carrie has never been a football fan but she loves to watch Seth play. Seth and Carrie have a lot of fun together and they are always bantering back and forth. They try to stay away from each other but their strong attraction and close contact make it difficult. I love the way Seth treats Carrie and how much he loves his daughter. I thoroughly enjoyed this heartfelt story.
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