"The defensive end and his chef!!"
Reviewed by Helen Williams
Posted January 5, 2017
RULES OF CONTACT is the 12th book in the Play-by-Play
by Jaci Burton and is filled with heat and humor. Whether you
are a sports fan or not this series is very enjoyable because
it's not just about sports but it also shows the great
relationship between family members and how they support each
other. This series shows how these athletes may be the
greatest at Play-by-Play on the ball field but it's a whole
different story when it comes to relationships off the playing
field. This is a great story about trust.
Defensive end Flynn Cassidy has a new restaurant that he wants
to see succeed. Part of making his restaurant a success will
require him putting himself in the spotlight in front of the
cameras, which he does not enjoy. Along with the spotlight
notoriety comes the women who are with him because of his
Amelia Lawrence is divorced and looking for a new start as
head chef at Flynn's restaurant. This is the opportunity she
has been waiting for but finds herself attracted to her new
boss. The heat between Flynn and Amelia sizzles but she has
been burned once and does not want to go down that road again.
Flynn and Amelia can't resist each and enjoy every minute of
it. But a misunderstanding will bring their trust issues to
the forefront. They both have trust issues when it comes to
realizing what a true relationship is.
What I most enjoy about this series is how Jaci Burton shows
the great relationship between families. Even though these
athletes have siblings playing on different teams they show
overwhelming support for each other. They may have fun taking
jabs at each other but there is never a question concerning
love and support. These tough, assertive athletes show a
whole different side of themselves when they discover love.
In the new Play-By-Play novel, a star football player
needs a better game plan for his love life.
A defensive end for the San Francisco Sabers, Flynn Cassidy
is used to being in the spotlight—he just doesn’t enjoy it.
But if getting in front of the cameras will help his new
restaurant succeed, he’s willing. Now if he could just meet
a woman who loved him and not his fame…
After her divorce, starting over as head chef at Ninety-Two
is just the opportunity Amelia Lawrence needs to heat up her
career—if only she wasn’t wildly attracted to her sexy new
boss. But trust is a hard fought battle for both of them.
Breaking the rules of contact and surrendering to their
passion was easy, but are they willing to risk their hearts
to win at the game of love?
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