Emotionally scarred and painfully shy, she just wants to do her job and remain as invisible as possible.
But the new CEO—a brilliant, broad-shouldered T-Rex of a man who growls and storms through the office, leaving carnage in his wake—clearly has other plans.
If she wants to get her crush’s attention, she’ll have to step out of her comfort zone and make him take notice…even if it means tutoring the annoying, childish, cocky captain of the hockey team in exchange for a pretend date.” by Lynda Aicher (Hockey) – “One night, one time, nothing more.
” by Kat Latham (Rugby) – “Rugby player Spencer Bailey is determined to win a spot on England’s World Cup team.
But with a month break before the selectors start watching him, he’s eager to have fun with a woman who knows the score: the relationship will end when rugby season begins.
” by Shelly Ellis (Football) – “Lauren Gibbons is committing the ultimate family betrayal: abandoning the tradition of seducing men for money.
Nothing is worth the abuse she’s endured from her sugar daddy.
by Jaci Burton (Football) – “As the single mother of a teenage son, the last thing Tara needs is the jet-set lifestyle of quarterback Mick Riley; even though their steamy and passionate one-night stand was unforgettable.
There’s plenty of romances to interest any sports fan.But the small-town rumor mill–and her own sisters–aren’t ready for a new Lauren.Between her conniving relatives, her vengeful ex, a mountain of debt, and a whole lot of haters, can she escape her old life, and create something new?Her mother warns her, being the long-lost daughter of a well-known NFL coach won’t be easy, but Cassie’s determined to stick it out.And before her life turns upside down, she wants one more night of fun.” by Nalini Singh (Rugby) – “Charlotte knows she’s a mouse.She couldn’t get hurt—not if she controlled the outcome. She didn’t expect to be recruited to coach Dylan after they’d gotten down and dirty.” by Tracy Solheim (Football) – “Working for the Blaze, Carly March knows too well how jocks think—and what they think with—so she’s always made a point of keeping them at arm’s length.