Recommended By Adrian
Recommended By Adrian
While this book is part of the Play Hard series, you definitely don't need to read the others to follow this one (but you should, because they're all awesome). That being said, this is Finn's redemption story. Finn has shown up in the other books in the series as the villain you love to hate. There were glimpses of his good side in the last couple of books, but he's definitely an ass. Enter Stevie, the star tennis player going through a hard time after the death of her father. They hook up, they fight, they get along, they hook up, they fight, rinse and repeat. Their banter is fun and their chemistry is undeniable. The story is really about Stevie's growth but Finn comes to terms with a lot of his issues, too. As always, K. Bromberg gives us an emotional and steamy love story.
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I think one more kiss will be enough but then my hands are on her and it becomes one more touch. One more taste. One more everything until I’m drowning in her.
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He was the one-night stand that didn’t exactly go as planned. Now he’s standing before me as if he’s never seen me naked, telling my manager he’ll take the job. Reluctantly.
Sports agent extraordinaire. Handsome as hell. The man who just signed on to control my every move.
Sure, I’m to blame for my recent bad press, but when your whole life has been so regimented, isn’t it normal to want to live it up a little?
But when the partying stops and the grief I’m running from has nowhere else to hide, reality sets in. Turns out, Finn’s the only person I have left to help pick up the pieces. The only person to call.
Staying with him is a temporary thing. But when our fighting turns into laughter and our friendship turns into something more, will I fight for a man who swears he’s hard to love? Or is it wiser to walk away? To follow the plan?
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Offering to help with a client is a way to repay a long overdue IOU to my mentor. Little did I know she was the woman who left my hotel room at four in the morning.
Top-seeded US tennis player. Good girl gone bad. The woman currently about to throw her career away. And now my problem.
The compensation to “babysit” her is great, but she isn’t worth my trouble.
But when her world falls apart and she has no one else to turn to, I try to be a good guy by gathering her up and hiding her from the media’s eye.
Now she’s in my house, in my space, and even though I’m enjoying the side benefits of this unexpected arrangement, surely she’s better to leave when the time comes and follow her destiny. Because I’m not the man she needs. Not the man she could love. Right?