Can love survive a secret or will it be the ultimate interception?
Tackles and field goals are my comfort zone. Unfortunately, as captain of the football team, my responsibilities don't end there.
As much as I hate it, publicity is a must.
If I have to do it, at least it’s for a worthy charity. Guiding me every step of the way is the breathtaking Dylan Gannon.
She’s gorgeous, charismatic, and always gets what she wants. By some miracle, what she wants is me. Working closely together, I find myself falling for her. Dylan wants me to break me out of my shell and thrust me more in the public eye.
But I have a secret. One I've kept hidden for years that could change everything. Keeping it buried could fumble our happy ending, but how can I trust her with my truth and my heart?
Liked the story.
Enjoyed the story and the “cause” it was bringing awareness to. The only issue I really had was the last chapter. All of a sudden there are 2 new names thrown in at the beginning of the chapter and I’m thinking, who are they and where did they come from and if they were never mentioned before how are they relevant? Then you turn the page and there is some character named Nolan playing a prominent part in the conversation and has never been mentioned before. So I’m wondering did the author forget one of her characters name or was part of a story from another book edited in, in error? You find out who this character is eventually, in the meantime you’re questioning the disjointedness of a character popping up out of nowhere and 2 new characters who were mentioned, but never actually participate in the story. Just a really weird ending.
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In this third installment of the Annapolis Harbor series, both characters have secrets but they get an amazing HEA ending. This was well written and the storyline deals with issues adults and children deal with everyday.
Dylan won a blind date with Reid Everson. She opened her own law firm and is there whenever her parents need her. Due to the demands on work and family her dating life has suffered in the past.
Reid is the tight end and captain of the Baltimore football team. He doesn't like giving interviews. He is trying to prove to the owner that he still wants to be there because his contract. He is dedicated to his profession and providing for his family
I loved reading this story. I liked how the author integrates family values and a sense of responsibility for the main characters. I enjoyed learning about the kids with speech impediments and how the characters made a difference. Great love story without the cheating and poor treatment between the couple. Highly recommended.