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FOOLISH GAMES
by Tracy Solheim

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Though second in the Out of Bounds series, Foolish Games is a stand-alone story with lots of hot, steamy fun. The romance has obstacles that bring realism and anticipation to the story, and the reader doesn’t have to be a football fan to enjoy the characters and the issues they face. There is a lot of drama, but the characters work through it all in a positive way and with entertaining, witty dialogue.

Julianne Marchione has a good head on her shoulders, but a combination of migraine medication and a smoking-hot football player lead her to have a one-night stand that results in pregnancy. She has every intention of never contacting her NFL hookup again, but her son, Owen, has a life-threatening blood disorder that requires his father. William Connelly grew up a poor kid on the wrong side of the tracks with an absent father. When he finds out he has a son, he’s livid Julianne didn’t tell him sooner— until he sees her in the hospital and his feelings rapidly change. While Owen recuperates, Will insists that he and Julianne marry, even if it’s temporary. But their intense attraction could lead to something more permanent. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Dec., 320 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Terri Dukes

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: December 2013

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