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Publisher Description

Playing football ruled every decision Julian MacIntyre ever made, including leaving his high school sweetheart behind to follow his dream. Sidelined by an injury on the field, he's now making a huge comeback to the NFL as the league's youngest head coach.

He wants it all. The glory, the job and the girl he walked away from years ago.

As one of the top sports reporters, Addison Hamilton has made a name for herself in a male-dominated industry. Proven to be a hard-nosed journalist, she asks the tough questions, but when given the opportunity to interview the man who broke her heart, is she willing to cross the lines of professionalism to get the answers she needs?

November 5
L.M. Carr
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Samantha B. Sokol ,

Loving this second-chance romance!

Loving this second-chance romance! Julian and AJ were high school sweethearts and had their future planned out together, but that all changed when Julian decided to break up with AJ and go to college elsewhere. During his professional career, Julian has a career-ending injury, and transitions into a coaching role as a way to still be involved in the game. In the meantime, AJ has risen to fame in her own right in the sports world as a reporter. After making some poor decisions in an attempt to get Julian out of her mind, she seems to be turning her personal life around and starting to come to terms with her past, but Julian plows right back into her life and announces he wants her back. Resistant at first, after some sweet talking and a story for her station, the pair end up spending time together and because fate brought them back together, they end up getting involved again. Meanwhile, someone is blackmailing AJ with her past discretions and she’s unsure where to turn because telling Julian will risk her relationship. Overall, it was a good book mainly because of the suspense of figuring out who it was that was blackmailing AJ, and I was somewhat surprised to see who it was, but also loved the clues that the author left along the way.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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