Play Calling

Play Calling

eBook - 2016
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Daniel Riga, the controversial head coach of the Portland Lancers, has the same rule for press conferences as for anything else during football season: football only. The man doesn't even date except in the off-season. So why are these reporters asking about some sociologist who inexplicably called him a zombie in her latest newspaper column? On the Lifestyles page, no less! Noelle Sharpe is mortified that her words have been taken out of context, since her tongue-in-cheek point was that zombies focus on a single obsession-eating brains-but a brilliant, vibrant man like Daniel Riga should broaden his horizons past football-only. Her attempt at apologizing in print only leads to another round of jokes at the handsome coach's expense, so she tracks him down for an in-person apology. As frustrated as he is with this zombie nonsense, Daniel goes wild for Noelle and they end up in bed. Unfortunately, it's football season, so he asks her to wait for him until the off-season. By now, she's so crazy about him, and so worried she'll cost the Lancers their season by distracting him, she readily agrees. Zombies consume brains. That's all they do. And Daniel Riga consumes football. That's all he does. Or at least until Noelle Sharpe writes her way into his life and gives football some serious competition. Praise for Play Date:"Sean and Tess's story pulled me in right from the start and had me flying through the pages in search of what I hoped to be a very steamy happily ever after . . . and I am happy to report I found that . . . and so much more!!" -Reds Romance Reviews About the Author:Kate Donovan is a Niners fan, a wife, a mother, a lawyer, and an author. She has more than thirty books and novels to her credit, publishing in genres including fantasy, historical romance, legal thriller, romantic suspense, and young adult science fiction. Play Calling is the fifth book in her Play Makers series, following Playing for Keeps, Play Date, Power Play, and Playing for Kicks. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Beyond the Page Publishing, 2016.
ISBN: 9781940846989
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file
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