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Thursday, November 5, 2015

Sleeping With The Enemy #FRC2015

I am in my Sophomore Year at BookSparks University and participating in this year’s Fall Reading Challenge - #FRC2015. Right now, I am reading Sleeping With The Enemy by Tracy Solheim. Course Title: Scandal Studies 101. Department: Romance.

About The Book:
Dot-com millionaire Jay McManus is discovering that owning a pro football team like the Baltimore Blaze isn’t easy. An anonymous blogger is out to destroy his reputation, and now his team is being sued by its own cheerleaders. If Jay’s not careful, he could lose big - and not just financially. Bridgett Janik’s brother may play for the Baltimore Blaze, but she’s not thrilled to be defending Jay McManus, the man who broke her heart. It’s bad enough she has to mingle with Jay during games, but working beside her former lover may be too much for her body - and her heart - to resist. Jay’s determined not to let Bridgett slip away from him a second time. But, as the two follow the mysterious blogger’s trail, secrets - both past and present - are revealed, and Jay and Bridgett must decide if their relationship can be something more than just sleeping with the enemy.

My Thoughts:
I don't usually like books about sports. It just doesn't interest me. But this book was different. It was intriguing. A good read, and not all about sports!

About The Author:
Tracy Solheim is the author of international bestselling contemporary romance novels featuring hot football players and the women who love them. In addition to writing novels, she is a regular columnist for USA Today's Happily Ever After Blog. She lives in Georgia with her husband, two nearly adult children, a Labrador retriever who thinks she’s a cat and a horse named after her first novel: Game On. When Tracy's not at the barn with her daughter or working out with friends - i.e. lifting heavy bottles of wine - she’s writing. Except for when she’s reading, but that’s just research.

 
 

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