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    WOW! Excellent and beautifully written.

    The Play is beautifully written book from J.H. Croix. J.H. Croix is a master of writing about relationships in The Play. She has woven a beautiful love story between Olivia, an successful Sports Orthopedic surgeon and Liam a famous soccer player who becomes her patient. I loved how their love story intertwined relationships of doctor/patient, best friends, employers, and griief/love of parents. You will enjoy reading this book and can't I wait for the next book to read in the Brit Boys Sports series. I received a free copy of this book and have voluntarily choose to review it.
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    Love From Across The Pond

    Football or Soccer the name means something different to players across the world. If you listen to everyone else the americans have it wrong. Maybe the other countries are right.... Liam is a brit by birth and he is know to be a great "footballer" when he is sent to Seattle to play for a US team. The game he plays is what we call soccer and the brits call football. Are you confused yet? While in living in Seattle he meets Olivia and is out of his depth. She is highly intelligent and skilled surgeon who does not date. They have nothing in common but an attraction that could prove to be harmful to both. The author has created character that are easily likeable. They are professional beings with careers they both enjoy and don't want to jeopardize. The story line had an easy flow about it that drawed the reader in to the characters world and gave a window in to the aniexty, depression, the felling of loss, the confusion and the elation the characters faced throughout this book. A job well done by the author. I have voluntarily read and reviewed this ARC from the author without obligation to do so.

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