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    Sacked in Seattle: Game On in Seattle Rookies (Men

    Jami Davenport’s SACKED IN SEATTLE is a hit. I adored this book. I fell in love with Riley Black in book 2 of the Game On in Seattle series, CRASHING THE NET. I enjoyed hearing Riley’s and Tiffani Vernon’s story. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for new adult and adult audiences. Riley is a wonderful character. He had a horrible childhood. He was fortunate enough to be taken in by his uncle, Cooper in book 2, CRASHING NET. He subsequently was held hostage along with Tiffani in high school shooting his freshman year. This book takes place seven years later, during their senior year of college at Tyee University on Lake Union in Seattle. Both Riley and Tiffani have many scares from their past. Riley keeps his childhood a secrete, and it comes back to haunt him. He has gone through more than any person should have to. Despite everything he has been through, he is a wonderful individual who is stronger for his trials and tribulations. He and Tiffani have a complicated relationship. Both grow tremendously throughout the novel. Jami Davenport is an exceptional writer. I love her work and writing style. I’m excited about this new spin-off series, Man of Tyee, and cannot wait for the next book. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    I couldn't put it down!

    **Advanced copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I was so excited to get my hands on this first book in the Men of Tyee series, but especially after I found out it was going to be about Riley and Tiff! We have met both of these characters in Jami Davenport's previous novels, "Crashing the Net" and "Melting Ice" respectively, but now they are all grown up! Riley Black has loved Tiffani Vernon since high school. The two of them endured a horrible tragedy together while they were in high school that helped to bond them together, yet it also left Tiff with some deep and painful scars. Following one passionate night at the end of high school, Tiff hightailed it out of town and only now, three years later, has she finally returned to their hometown although for monetary reasons, not because she really wants to be back. While one might think Tiff would have been looking for Riley once she returned to town, it was the exact opposite. She's doing everything in her power to avoid him because the last thing she wants to have to do is to face the one person who could actually make her have to lower her walls and let someone in. The last thing she wants to do is admit that she has been crushing on Riley as long as he has been on her. When Riley tries to prove to Tiff that they belong together for the long haul, she has a very different view. She doesn't want to hurt him and she's not sure she can give him everything he wants. While he understands she's dealing with things, he isn't going to take no for an answer and he sets out to prove to her that they are meant to be. Will Riley successfully topple the walls that Tiff has so expertly erected or will both of them be left brokenhearted? This is by far one of my favorite Jami Davenport books and I think it is one of her best works to date. It was wonderful to see these two characters that we knew as youngsters grow up to be these complex people who you just want to see happy. It was also great to get to have some of our other favorites from Jami's "Game On" series make appearances as well. I would highly recommend this book - it's one you're not going to want to put down once you start!
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    Tissues required.

    Sacked in Seattle is the kind of story that draws you in from the first. Riley and Tiffani live a journey that is built on emotion. From heartache to guilt these characters are haunted by a history that is as tragic as their ever burning love. Tissues required. Once the trip begins, it's hard to walk away until the end.
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