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Publisher Description

GOAL is a standalone novel within the Completion Sports Series. There is a brief appearance by characters from PLAY.

Aiden Patrickson’s dreams of a championship ring means nothing when playing for the worst team in pro football. A strong arm and deadly accuracy make no difference unless your front line stops the opposing team from trampling the quarterback.

It’s a new season and the suits upstairs are bringing additional players on board to turn the team around. Aiden has no clue what they’re thinking. The new kicker is old enough to be Aiden’s father. The only bright side is his daughter, a hot little number who catches Aiden’s eye and adds a touch of excitement to thoughts of the new season.

Jordan Givens can’t stop her attraction to football’s bad boy quarterback. Aiden wasn’t ready for Jordan to enter his world but she’s worked her butt off to find her place in the male dominated sport of football. Aiden and his teammates don’t know what hit them when Jordan enters the locker room like she owns the place.

One crazy night in Jordan’s hotel room almost ruins her dreams and somehow, following the sexiest encounter of her life, she must avoid Aiden at all costs. It doesn’t matter how good he looks in tight football pants, she needs to focus on the end game.

Football is not a gentleman’s sport. It’s raw, dirty, and violent. Maybe what this losing team needs is a woman's touch.

This steamy Completion Novel is a standalone and intended for mature readers.

March 31
Holly S. Roberts
Smashwords, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Jgleek ,


This book was amazing!! I couldn't stop reading. Jordan's passion and determination inspired me throughout this book, also my name is Jordyn so I thought that was pretty cool. I love sport romance books and, Holly, I'm so glad that you made them both football players! I also loved that we got to see some of Killian and Rebecca in this book it made me happy that they were also doing well and she was pregnant! I would definitely recommend this book!

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