Sydney Carr knows better than to mix business with pleasure. She’s had a long, hard road to get to where she is now. She landed her dream job, and she’s not about to risk it all for the newest basketball recruit.
The stakes are high for Colson Rush. When he’s traded to the Miami Blaze, his focus is on one thing—winning. But when he helps a fiery redhead fight off a mugger, he can’t deny the sparks between them. Although she tries, neither can she.
Too bad she’s his new coach’s daughter.
Giving into the temptation is one personal foul neither of them can back down from.
*Personal Foul was previously featured in the Playing to Win Anthology and is now expanded to a full-length novel.
I have had the pleasure of reading both the short story and novel. My only complaint with the short story was that it was too short. With the novel, I am so happy....more Colson and Sydney! Yeah! Their chemistry is off the charts and it was so great to see more of them. I loved their interactions with each other and their friends and family. Absolutely love them!
Feel good book
Colson Rush is a new trade to the Miami Blaze. His neighbor Sydney Carr has not only caught his attention but is the daughter of his new coach and starting a new job for The Blaze. I really enjoyed the hero as he was kind, witty and so caring to the kids at the rec center. Sydney although driven in her career and independent at times she went back and forth and failed to communicate well to solve issues. Overall I felt it was a beautifully written story. It’s a fun and quick read with some steamy pages!