Money, power, prestige…freedom.
Perfect daughter. Obedient and helpful. My parents remind me of who they think I am every day of my life… never asking if I have dreams outside of their own.
As the only Coulter girl, I’ve always been the family’s glue.
Olympic qualifiers are looming, and the last thing I want is to follow the rules. One perfect night with the man of my dreams is all I can have before starting training with my new coach.
Cole thinks I’m a spoiled little rich girl, and a liar to boot. How can I blame him? I loved him and left him, only to reappear as his new client. I’m torn between my obligations and my desires, and he’s the only one who makes me feel like myself.
I can’t outrun my feelings, so I have to show him that together, we’re pure gold.
Other Books in the Player Series:
Nana has done it once again. I loved the first two books in the playoff series and this one does not disappoint either. There is love, lust, and of course a bit of drama.
Echo wanted something different than what her family wanted for her. She was the only girl in a family of athletic boys. Which means, naturally, that she wants to be like her brothers, right? Wrong. Her dreams would lead her to an entirely different path which is a no no in the Coulter family. In walks her trainer, Cole, who is hot, and ready. She reluctantly does what he says, but as usual, gramps has to try to throw in a monkey wrench, especially when he realizes that Echo and Cole are involved.
The sister's story!
Echo is surrounded by successful males and just goes with the flow. Cole is a little bitter about being injured & forced to train others for a living instead of being able run competitively himself. Both of these character have a little growing pains that they need to get over and when they come to terms with that they become stronger and relationship ready even though they started out on opposite sides of the track. Very inspiring & at times nerve-wracking but entertaining romance, author doesn't disappoint.