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Read Online or Download Changing the Game (Play by Play, #2) by Jaci Burton Book For Free Hello fellow readers!,.. Before I read this book, I had read some. Jaci Burton is a bestselling, award winning author who lives in Oklahoma and spends a fair amount of time on the back of cover image of Changing the Game . Unexpected Rush. Play-by-Play (Series). Jaci Burton Author () Jaci Burton Author Lucy Malone Narrator (). cover image of Changing the Game.
This book starts out pretty hot and heavy. Gavin and Liz jump right into an affair, and JB leaves no detail unwritten. Verry steamy. But I thought this book started to get good once we learned a little more about Liz's background, and got her POV. I enjoyed the relationship she shared with two of the Rivers' wives Shawnelle and Haley --they had some funny conversations and got into some trouble together.
It was nice to see Liz have some female friends. I also appreciated that JB gave Liz an unlikely career--that of a sports agent. I think I learned a thing or two about agents, and how hard Liz must have worked to achieve success at a young age What really surprised me in this book was how unlikable JB made Mick! Mick became the villain--trying to get between Gavin and Liz's relationship at every turn!
Sometimes I just wanted to haul off and slap him! I was so glad when Liz finally told him off, but I wish Gavin would've had the guts to do it instead Jaci Burton also sets up her next book in this series quite nicely, when Liz becomes the agent for a St.
And when love unexpectedly enters the field, neither is ready for the biggest game changer of them all.
Want more sexy sporting romance? Don't miss the rest of this steamy series which began with The Perfect Play. And check out Jaci's gorgeously romantic Hope series beginning with Hope Flames.
A beautiful romance that is smooth as silk. Play-By-Play Audience: General Format: English Number Of Pages: Headline Edition Type: Digital original.
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First edition. New York: Berkley, A play-by-play novel ; 12 Identifiers: Love stories. LCC PS Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. Yet here he was, sitting at one of the corner tables of Ninety-Two, his new restaurant in San Francisco.
He marveled that at some point in his life, cooking had joined playing football on the list of things he loved the most.
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If someone had told him five years ago he was going to open his own restaurant, he'd have told them they were full of shit. But look at him now, owner of his own place. Ninety-Two was shiny and new-sort of. He'd had the old building renovated after he'd bought the property, so it still felt like it belonged in this neighborhood. He made sure it didn't look too trendy, keeping a lot of the original details intact both inside and out.
He was more in favor of restaurants that felt comfortable-like home. He wanted his customers to feel as if they could come in, sit down, and feel at ease. They'd been filled to capacity since they opened two weeks ago and so far things were going well.
He took that as a sign that his inclination to keep it simple appealed to others as well. Besides, it was damn good food, he'd made sure of that. But still, opening a restaurant was a risky proposition and he didn't want to get too cocky. He knew Ninety-Two needed all the good press and attention it could get. Which was why he was sitting here. Right now one of the major entertainment media outlets was doing a feature on the restaurant.
Great for publicity, but it meant camera crews, bright lights and a lot of damn people in the way of regular business.
He had already wandered around and apologized to his patrons, who seemed to take it all in stride. He hoped the crews would grab all the film and sound bites they wanted and get the hell out shortly. She was a looker, for sure, with beautiful auburn brown hair that teased her shoulders and the most incredible green eyes he'd ever seen. Who doesn't want to be on TV?
As a defensive end for the San Francisco Sabers football team, he'd had plenty of cameras and microphones shoved in his face over the years. It was the last thing he wanted now, when his fledgling restaurant was just getting off the ground. But since the restaurant was new, he wouldn't turn down some publicity for it. So he'd done the interview and now he just wanted to stay out of the way while the film crew got their overview shots.
He'd gone down this road with more than one woman, and had ended relationships because of women who were way more interested in the limelight than in him. Lately he'd been careful to steer clear of any woman who had an entertainment background. No models, no actresses, no one he could suspect of chasing face time in front of a camera. He figured since Natalie was a financial analyst, he was safe. But seeing her gaze track those cameras like a vampire craving blood, he wasn't sure career choice had much to do with someone hungering to get their fifteen minutes of fame.
He didn't understand it. Not at all.
You know, all casual like, and see if maybe they notice me. You do that. Just one of the many Flynn had seen go down in flames in the past couple of years. He bit back the rising anger over having yet another woman use him to get her time in the spotlight. What the hell was wrong with him that women craved camera time instead of just being with him?
Yeah, he was a football player, and maybe that held some appeal, but he was also a nice guy who had something to offer besides photo ops. He was getting damn tired of playing this game with every woman he dated. Maybe there wasn't a woman out there who was interested in him. Just him. Not Flynn the football player.
Just Flynn the guy.
He shook his head, mentally notched up another failure and took a long swallow of his beer. The last thing she wanted was to be on television. She was head chef at Ninety-Two.
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This whole publicity thing was on Flynn, and she didn't need to be interviewed, filmed or in any way noticed. But as she did her best game of hide and not be sought, she also spotted Flynn's new girlfriend doing her best job to try to be seen by any of the camera crew. Oh, no.
Not another one of those kind of women. She'd worked with Flynn the past couple of months, even before Ninety-Two had opened.
And in that time period she'd seen him go through no less than three women, all of whom seemed to be way more interested in his prowess as camera fodder than anything else.He pulled a massively assholey move near the end, but his grovel was a hit. Dinah has been exiled from Wonderland.
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They'd been filled to capacity since they opened two weeks ago and so far things were going well. A lot of reading and ridiculous paperwork, but that's to be expected. Yes, what she did to him, Tara and Nathan was messed up. I think if you feel in the need of a sports erotica book, you could check this one.
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