I'm a playboy, a modern-day Casanova. I don't love women, I just make their orgasm dreams come true. That's who I am.
She's the coach's daughter and the ultimate ice princess - always cold, composed, and spoiled.
We have nothing in common, until she makes a proposition I can't turn down.
I'm only human after all, and she's hot.
It doesn't mean anything. It's just sex.
I've always done what's expected of me, but when the rug gets ripped out from under my so-called "perfect" life, I decide to finally do something for myself.
He's cocky and a total manwhore, but despite my initial objections, I can't deny that the idea of using him to enhance my experience in the bedroom is an appealing one.
I make him an offer that I expect him to scoff at - but he doesn't.
Now I'm questioning everything.
Down by Contact is a steamy standalone sports romance. It is book three in the LA Wolves series.
Enemy to Lovers Sports Romance
Ever since her sister died, Nikki is trying to be the perfect daughter and do everything her parents ask of her. Being the daughter of the football team coach, Nikki is used to being around football players but the only one that bugs her out is Matt Fisher who always calls her “Princess”. When Nikki learns he will be the face of the football team for the new marketing campaign, she unpleasantly surprised because he is a known womanizer. Nikkis is definitely not looking forward working closely with Matt. However, after breaking off her engagement with her cheating fiancé, Matt Fisher is what she needs.
Matt Fisher is a notorious playboy but what no one knows is Matt takes care of his alcoholic father ever since his mom run out on them when he was a child. And that is the reason Matt doesn't date. He believes that love can destroys a man, the same way his father was ruined after his love left him. Matt is not looking forward working with the spoiled princess but after a heated moment between them, she is the only one he wants.
The storyline is very dynamic and entertaining, filled with sizzling sparks, undeniable attraction, steamy hot scenes, drama and unexpected twists.
I voluntarily reviewed this book after receiving a free ARC.
Be Who You Are
Matt and Nikki share the same problem - they cannot be who they really are to most people who surround them. Nikki’s sister’s death weighs heavy on her and she has tried to be the perfect daughter to make up for the huge loss to her family. Matt’s parent’s divorce lead to a stressful and lonely childhood when his dad collapsed under the weight of his sadness. They collide while both of them are working for the Wolves, an NFL team.
Nikki and Matt think they are nothing alike and that they could never be together, but when they act on their attraction, they slowly see there is more to the other person than they originally thought. But Nikki’s dad is Matt’s coach and the rule against dating his daughter comes between them.
I have read all the other books in this series and have loved them all. You would not need to read them to enjoy this book - it works as a standalone - but I do recommend them.
I read an Advance Reader Copy. This is my honest review.