By Jaci Burton
The suitable Play From bestselling writer Jaci Burton comes a sizzling story approximately love and the video games humans play. NFL quarterback Mick Riley has all of it: status, fortune and his choose of any girl. good, nearly any girl. whilst he meets-and beds-Tara Lincoln, he realizes that he wishes greater than a one-night stand. Too undesirable she has different principles. Their connection used to be scorching, heavy and heavenly...and she's calling it off. Tara performed the sport of affection once-and misplaced huge. or even even though her steamy evening with Mick proved that he is an all-star either at the box and within the bed room, she simply cannot possibility that sort of ache back. yet Mick did not get to be a celebrity QB via giving up every time he received knocked down. He capability to win her middle. And he has the fitting play in mind....
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And what they were doing wasn’t going to stop with a kiss. She already knew this, already knew where she wanted this night to go. Cinderella wasn’t going to make it home before she turned back into the dour scullery maid with bare feet and blue jeans. And she didn’t care. TWO MICK HADN’T BEEN LYING ABOUT HIS REASONS FOR bringing Tara up to his room; he’d really wanted to spend some more time talking to her. But she obviously wanted more than that—or needed more than that—and he was damn happy to oblige.
He leaned against the doorway as she stared down the long hall, tapped her high-heeled shoe, and mumbled some more. “Where the hell is the office, anyway? ” She whirled, seemingly embarrassed to be caught talking to herself. Her eyes widened for a fraction of a second, then she headed in his direction. “Oh. Thank God. A living human being. Can you help me? ” “Sure. ” She stopped in front of him, and she smelled so damn good—like spring and cookies or something—that he was embarrassed, because he sure as hell didn’t smell like anything appealing.
You’re dressed like a champagne kind of woman. ” She looked down at her cocktail dress. Admittedly, she loved it. Tiny straps hung on her shoulders, the bodice dipped across the swell of her breasts, hugging them tight. It fit her well and was her favorite. “Only when I work events like this. Believe me, there’s no champagne stocked in my refrigerator at home. ” She laughed. “Two of my favorites. I’m sorry to say the elegance only comes out as part of my job. ” He examined her near-perfect updo.
The Perfect Play (A Play-by-Play Novel) by Jaci Burton