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Don’t fall in love with your players. It’s my number one rule as a football coach. But after meeting Steve Cooper? That rule is going to be put to the test. Steve is the smoldering-hot Captain of the Defense. He stalks the field like a panther. Dangerous, powerful, and ready to strike. And in the locker room? He sends brooding glances my way. Steve and the rest of the defense Don’t fall in love with your players. It’s my number one rule as a football coach. But after meeting Steve Cooper? That rule is going to be put to the test. Steve is the smoldering-hot Captain of the Defense. He stalks the field like a panther. Dangerous, powerful, and ready to strike. And in the locker room? He sends brooding glances my way. Steve and the rest of the defense don’t trust me. Why would they? I jumped up from high school coaching straight to the NFL. Plus they’ve never had to take orders from a woman before. But underneath the teases and taunts, there’s a powerful connection between Steve Cooper and myself… We have the Super Bowl on our minds and a long road ahead of us. The last thing we need is a different kind of physical distraction. Can we put aside the burning desire we have for each other? Or will our quest for a championship come up short? THIRD AND LONG is a scorching sports romance filled with humor, suspense, and football-related excitement. It can be read as part of the Salt Lake City Stallions series, or as a standalone. HEA guaranteed!


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Don’t fall in love with your players. It’s my number one rule as a football coach. But after meeting Steve Cooper? That rule is going to be put to the test. Steve is the smoldering-hot Captain of the Defense. He stalks the field like a panther. Dangerous, powerful, and ready to strike. And in the locker room? He sends brooding glances my way. Steve and the rest of the defense Don’t fall in love with your players. It’s my number one rule as a football coach. But after meeting Steve Cooper? That rule is going to be put to the test. Steve is the smoldering-hot Captain of the Defense. He stalks the field like a panther. Dangerous, powerful, and ready to strike. And in the locker room? He sends brooding glances my way. Steve and the rest of the defense don’t trust me. Why would they? I jumped up from high school coaching straight to the NFL. Plus they’ve never had to take orders from a woman before. But underneath the teases and taunts, there’s a powerful connection between Steve Cooper and myself… We have the Super Bowl on our minds and a long road ahead of us. The last thing we need is a different kind of physical distraction. Can we put aside the burning desire we have for each other? Or will our quest for a championship come up short? THIRD AND LONG is a scorching sports romance filled with humor, suspense, and football-related excitement. It can be read as part of the Salt Lake City Stallions series, or as a standalone. HEA guaranteed!

30 review for Third and Long

  1. 5 out of 5

    *˚Remnant Light ‧͙⁺˚*・༓☾

    **4.7/5 stars** Amazon blurb (MY REVIEW AFTER THE BLURB): Don’t fall in love with your players. It’s my number one rule as a football coach. But after meeting Steve Cooper? That rule is going to be put to the test. Steve is the smoldering-hot Captain of the Defense. He stalks the field like a panther. Dangerous, powerful, and ready to strike. And in the locker room? He sends brooding glances my way. Steve and the rest of the defense don’t trust me. Why would they? I jumped up from high school co **4.7/5 stars** Amazon blurb (MY REVIEW AFTER THE BLURB): Don’t fall in love with your players. It’s my number one rule as a football coach. But after meeting Steve Cooper? That rule is going to be put to the test. Steve is the smoldering-hot Captain of the Defense. He stalks the field like a panther. Dangerous, powerful, and ready to strike. And in the locker room? He sends brooding glances my way. Steve and the rest of the defense don’t trust me. Why would they? I jumped up from high school coaching straight to the NFL. Plus they’ve never had to take orders from a woman before. But underneath the teases and taunts, there’s a powerful connection between Steve Cooper and myself… We have the Super Bowl on our minds and a long road ahead of us. The last thing we need is a different kind of physical distraction. Can we put aside the burning desire we have for each other? Or will our quest for a championship come up short? *** Best one in the Salt Lake City Stallions series so far. I was a little bit scared after the deception I felt reading Tight End. This one though? I liked it even more than the first book. Right from the start, I found myself very invested in this story and rooted for Wendy who had to prove herself as the first woman to be a Defense Coordinator in the NFL. A huge task to accomplish when the team she has to lead doesn't trust her gameplans and keeps questioning her position has their superior. I loved Wendy. She was so strong and fierce and she knew her worth. Whenever she would have doubts, I thought they were founded and anyone in her position would've felt that way. I felt her frustrations with the team, and yes, this book frustrated me, but in a good way. The best part was that she had her head in the game and she was a super enjoyable heroine to follow. Her only real flaw was the harshness in her words at the start but I put it on the pressure and jealousy that she felt. Other than that, I have nothing bad to say about her. She was human, relatable and resilient... It was the problem with being a woman: I couldn’t be meek. I could never show weakness. If a stubborn player gave me attitude, I had to give it right back to him twice as hard. Backing down meant losing their respect forever, and I would never be able to get it back.-Wendy As for Steve, what a stubborn piece of work. I've never felt so frustrated with a hero in my life! Yet, I loved him. The way he was at the start was infuriating but it all made me more invested. I'm not going to lie, the start was rough and if Steve didn't participate in the bullying, as the Captain of the Defense, he didn't put a stop to it. I thought I wouldn't forgive him, but he did some grovel and showed remorse for not stopping them. Later on, he was protective and caring. It was nice to see him slowly warm up to Wendy, from disliking her to being really attracted and passionate with her. He gazed down at me with an intensity I had never seen from him except on the football field. He looked like he wanted to throw me over his shoulder, take me somewhere private, and absolutely ravage me.-Wendy I think they both had their flaws but they sort of balanced each other. They built a trust that strengthened their chemistry together, as lovers, but also on the field. I really liked them as a couple, they suited each other perfectly. I loved that they had to see each other in secrecy due to conflict of interests. I also appreciated the fact that the author didn't use the cliché ''we can't be together because we got caught and the press is chewing us now'' as a final angst to the story. This book was mainly centered on the angst and pressure within the team rather than its image to the outside world. ✔️HEA +Bonus chapter (view spoiler)[ Epilogue is an excerpt talking about h. BONUS chapter takes place 3 years later, H and h are engaged and they are expecting a baby boy (hide spoiler)] ✔️Standalone ✔️Dual POV ✔️Age gap (view spoiler)[ H is 33-34 and h is 27 (hide spoiler)] ✔️Broody and Protective H ✔️Strong h ✔️Both celibate (view spoiler)[ They've both been single for like a year. H not a manwh*re and focused on his job. And h is focused on her job as a coach. No details about past relationships (it's done and done) (hide spoiler)] ✔️No OW/OM (view spoiler)[ At the start, a bartender flirts with the h but nothing else happens (hide spoiler)] ✔️No cheating ✔️Push and Pull (view spoiler)[ They both feel attraction, but because of conflict of interests, they put some barriers. H pulls the most while h pushes and pulls. (hide spoiler)] ✔️Slow burn (view spoiler)[ They start fooling around at 60% but only have sex for the first time at 80% or so (hide spoiler)] 🔥 Steam level: 3/5 (view spoiler)[I really liked the slow burn on this. It made sense for them to keep some distance and be careful to not make a big scandal. The way they wouldn't have sex but still walked on the line of it was hot and enjoyable. Good chemistry (hide spoiler)] ⚡Content warning (view spoiler)[No condom/Both clean. Masturbation/ Handjobs/ Teasing/ 69/ Oral sex/ In public/ In the shower... (hide spoiler)] ⚡Trigger warning (view spoiler)[Sexism/ Harassment (flashing, exhibitionism)/ Bullying/ Slut shaming (hide spoiler)] Would I recommend this book? Definitely to the people who enjoy sports romances. It was nice to see the defensive side of a Football team rather than the usual offensive (with the quarterback, receiver, running back, etc.) It gave a new perspective that both sides are essential for a team to win, even if one usually gets more praise and is more popular than the other. Each book in this series could be read as a standalone, but characters from past books make their appearance and interact with the main characters in this story. My other reviews: 1. First Down - 2. Tight End - 3. Third and Long - 4. Fourth Quarter (TBR) - 5. Final Drive (TBR)

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alaina

    Third and Long is the third installment within the Salt Lake City Stallions series. Each book definitely followed the same formula for love: secret work romance. Somehow, though, it ended up working for me because I've enjoyed each and every book so far. If I had to pick a favorite child, or book, it would probably be this one. In this, you will meet Steve and Wendy. He's the hot-tempered Captain of the Defense and she's the new assistant coach for the Defense. At first, he makes an ass out of hi Third and Long is the third installment within the Salt Lake City Stallions series. Each book definitely followed the same formula for love: secret work romance. Somehow, though, it ended up working for me because I've enjoyed each and every book so far. If I had to pick a favorite child, or book, it would probably be this one. In this, you will meet Steve and Wendy. He's the hot-tempered Captain of the Defense and she's the new assistant coach for the Defense. At first, he makes an ass out of himself when he assumes she's in the locker room as press. Then things start to get mildly interesting when the guys all assume she doesn't know what she's doing jobwise that is. They fought constantly and it was pretty frustrating to see them constantly underestimate her knowledge. Yet, with all the tension and bantering feelings were bound to explode. In a good way that is. Definitely enjoyed when they decided to go down the romance route because it was so freaking good. In the end, I honestly thought there was going to be more drama than we got. It was easily fixed and definitely made things way easier to enjoy and devour. Not exactly sure if there's going to be another book in this series but I wouldn't say no to one.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dani Marsh

    I feel like all 3 book in this series have been, secret work romances... I know the storyline is different but they are just the same book written a different way. I liked the book, it was nice but not something that was all consuming and it took awhile to read it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Charly Murg

    If you’d told me that I would enjoy a book about American football so much when, as a Brit, I know absolutely nothing about American football I would never have believed you. The writer does a brilliant job of making this story interesting despite what I’m going to assume is a lot of technical language (she could have made it all up for all I know). The balance between this being about sport and being about a relationship is very well done. Add to that a strong female lead and an acknowledgment If you’d told me that I would enjoy a book about American football so much when, as a Brit, I know absolutely nothing about American football I would never have believed you. The writer does a brilliant job of making this story interesting despite what I’m going to assume is a lot of technical language (she could have made it all up for all I know). The balance between this being about sport and being about a relationship is very well done. Add to that a strong female lead and an acknowledgment of power dynamics and I’m all in. The characters have a good amount of depth to them, it’s not perfect but I did finish it in a day so that says a lot. The tension between the two characters is palpable and I enjoyed how long it took their relationship to blossom but once the sex started I was a bit like “we get it, they have a lot of sex”. Still, at least it was fairly well written (there is a personal bugbear in the use of the word “sex” to describe lady parts. Just feels a bit old school and not very sexy). I’m all about the lack of drama too, so bonus points for that. I’m going with a solid 3.8 👌🏻

  5. 4 out of 5

    Raecharmed

    Wendy is a high school coach that is recruited to be the assistant defensive coordinator. She is chosen because of her skills for bringing the best out of the team she works with and making the team a winner. She goes to work with the Stallions and its an uphill battle from the start. None of the players want to try a new defense play and want to keep using the same plays. Its not until yet another scandal beaks out within the team that Wendy gets her chance to coach. Steve is the Captain of the Wendy is a high school coach that is recruited to be the assistant defensive coordinator. She is chosen because of her skills for bringing the best out of the team she works with and making the team a winner. She goes to work with the Stallions and its an uphill battle from the start. None of the players want to try a new defense play and want to keep using the same plays. Its not until yet another scandal beaks out within the team that Wendy gets her chance to coach. Steve is the Captain of the team and he wasn't on board with what she wanted at first either. However when she took over and had the backing to bench players the refused to play the plays she gave them Wendy showed them what she could do. Its not long before Wendy and Steve were drawn together and things begin to build between them. Will Wendy get the job she wants? Can Wendy and Steve be together and work together? This is an amazing story that once I started it I couldn't put it down. This is a well written and very entertaining story. I would recommend this book to any book lover. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Fiona

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story about Wendy Gardner, who was a high school football coach that was recruited by the Salt Lake City Stallions football team as the defensive assistant coordinator and then promoted later to the defensive coordinator and Steve Cooper who was the starting outside linebacker on the Salt Lake City Stallions football team. I couldn’t put the book down from the moment I’ve picked it up and I simply fell in love with Wendy and to how she dealt with being a first fem I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story about Wendy Gardner, who was a high school football coach that was recruited by the Salt Lake City Stallions football team as the defensive assistant coordinator and then promoted later to the defensive coordinator and Steve Cooper who was the starting outside linebacker on the Salt Lake City Stallions football team. I couldn’t put the book down from the moment I’ve picked it up and I simply fell in love with Wendy and to how she dealt with being a first female defence coordinator for the Salt Lake City football team. I really enjoyed how Steve went from hating Wendy and the changes she brought about for the team, until they developed a good friendship which then turned into a romance. A very enjoyable story which drew me in so that I laughed and I cried and rejoiced with the team at the end. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tricia

    Wendy Gardner gets the chance of a lifetime to go from coaching a female high school football team to being the assistant defensive coordinator for a pro team, The Salt Lake City Stallions. Things don't go as well as she had hoped as the guys in the team don't believe she is qualified for the job will she be able to convince them to give her a chance? To make matters worse several games into the season the defensive coordinator is fired and Wendy is named as the interim coach. Everything seems to Wendy Gardner gets the chance of a lifetime to go from coaching a female high school football team to being the assistant defensive coordinator for a pro team, The Salt Lake City Stallions. Things don't go as well as she had hoped as the guys in the team don't believe she is qualified for the job will she be able to convince them to give her a chance? To make matters worse several games into the season the defensive coordinator is fired and Wendy is named as the interim coach. Everything seems to be going wrong, that is until one of the defensive linemen, Steve who has had his eye on her for some time, realises that she does know what she is doing. Now all he has to do is get the rest of his team members to listen to her too. Will the new professional respect lead to personal closeness?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Janssen

    I love all things K.T. Quinn and "Third and Long" is no exception. There are so many great things about K.T. Quinn's writing and this story. "Third and Long" has become may favorite book in this series. The characters are fantastic and the story is fabulous. I was drawn in from the start and did not want to put it down. Since it is the third book in the series there are many familiar character and it is fun to see their lives evolve. The book has everything you want, the characters and the story I love all things K.T. Quinn and "Third and Long" is no exception. There are so many great things about K.T. Quinn's writing and this story. "Third and Long" has become may favorite book in this series. The characters are fantastic and the story is fabulous. I was drawn in from the start and did not want to put it down. Since it is the third book in the series there are many familiar character and it is fun to see their lives evolve. The book has everything you want, the characters and the story are well written, there are so many laugh out loud moments and the football games keep you on the edge of your seat as if they were actual games. One of my favorite things about this series is while it takes place in the world of professional football, the female leads are completely relatable and bad a$$. I received an advance copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

    Tension So Good… No one writes sports romances quite like K T Quinn. This tension during the big games is so intense, I wish I was wearing a mouth guard to protect my clenched teeth! In the previous two books, the Stallions make it to the AFC finals and the Super Bowl respectively, so if this book ended with anything less than a win, I think I may have screamed. I loved loved loved Wendy; sports romances often include the theme of how things will look bad for her if things go south, but none had Tension So Good… No one writes sports romances quite like K T Quinn. This tension during the big games is so intense, I wish I was wearing a mouth guard to protect my clenched teeth! In the previous two books, the Stallions make it to the AFC finals and the Super Bowl respectively, so if this book ended with anything less than a win, I think I may have screamed. I loved loved loved Wendy; sports romances often include the theme of how things will look bad for her if things go south, but none had more to lose then Wendy, and I’m just so in awe of her glass ceiling smash. This series of books just keeps getting better, with more extensive football seasons and even higher stakes - I simply can’t wait to see what’s in store next!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Donna Palmer

    enemies to secret lovers!! You have to love a strong independent women and there is no one like Wendy!! I felt for Wendy when everyone was undermining her but she stood her ground which finally gave her the respect she deserved in a “man’s” world Steve is so two faced to start with, he plays Wendy like a fiddle and keeps the team from cooperating and going against her game plans! When everyone realised that Wendy isn’t going any where and that she is actually really good at her job .. tension ri enemies to secret lovers!! You have to love a strong independent women and there is no one like Wendy!! I felt for Wendy when everyone was undermining her but she stood her ground which finally gave her the respect she deserved in a “man’s” world Steve is so two faced to start with, he plays Wendy like a fiddle and keeps the team from cooperating and going against her game plans! When everyone realised that Wendy isn’t going any where and that she is actually really good at her job .. tension rises but not in the team but between Wendy & Steve - what happens when your enemy becomes the one you can’t stop thinking about??? A really exciting, gripping read which I throughly enjoyed and can’t wait to see what comes next!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    lf

    Entertaining!!! Third and Long is the third book in the Salt Lake City Stallions series. This is the story of Wendy Gardner and Steve Cooper. I really enjoyed this story of a woman who gets a once in a lifetime chance to fulfill her career dreams but things don't quite go according to how she had thought they would. Then add in a player who is about to make things long and hard and you get the idea. This is another wonderful book in this series. The books do build on each other as the series prog Entertaining!!! Third and Long is the third book in the Salt Lake City Stallions series. This is the story of Wendy Gardner and Steve Cooper. I really enjoyed this story of a woman who gets a once in a lifetime chance to fulfill her career dreams but things don't quite go according to how she had thought they would. Then add in a player who is about to make things long and hard and you get the idea. This is another wonderful book in this series. The books do build on each other as the series progresses and there is some character crossover. I am so enjoying this series and Third and Long is most definitely not a long shot....but a game winning touchdown. I received a copy of this book and am leaving my honest review. My opinions are all my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Harris

    I received this book with the understanding that I could leave a voluntary and honest review. In this book we meet Wendy Gardner & Steve Cooper. The Stallions have just lost their defensive head coach and the man they have chosen to replace him wants Wendy to be his assistant. Little did she know what that would lead to. From the moment Steve sees Wendy he knows he wants her. The problem is from the moment she speaks he knows there will be trouble. Can two people who should have never been toget I received this book with the understanding that I could leave a voluntary and honest review. In this book we meet Wendy Gardner & Steve Cooper. The Stallions have just lost their defensive head coach and the man they have chosen to replace him wants Wendy to be his assistant. Little did she know what that would lead to. From the moment Steve sees Wendy he knows he wants her. The problem is from the moment she speaks he knows there will be trouble. Can two people who should have never been together find a HEA or will this just be a good stress reliever for a season? Another amazing story by this author. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mulan Book Princess

    I just adore this series. I love that Wendy is that strong kick-butt woman who has great work ethics and not afraid to go for what she wants and stands up for what she believes in. to be honest, it took me a while to believe that Steve is good for her, as he truly disappointed me in the beginning though he got much better as the book went on. There was great chemistry between the characters, and I loved the glimpses of past characters and what they are up to now. This is such a fun series to rea I just adore this series. I love that Wendy is that strong kick-butt woman who has great work ethics and not afraid to go for what she wants and stands up for what she believes in. to be honest, it took me a while to believe that Steve is good for her, as he truly disappointed me in the beginning though he got much better as the book went on. There was great chemistry between the characters, and I loved the glimpses of past characters and what they are up to now. This is such a fun series to read and I can't wait for the next one! I received a free advanced review copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving my fair and honest opinion.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Mills

    Am loving this series but I think this might be my favourite. Wendy & Steve's hate love relationship had me frustrated with the way the players including Steve behaved towards her when she first started & I wanted to just tell them to man up & do what she said. Their relationship became friendly over time both wanting each other but trying to deny it until things got a bit more flirty, sassy then steamy & I couldn't wait for the time when they went all in for how much they wanted & meant to each Am loving this series but I think this might be my favourite. Wendy & Steve's hate love relationship had me frustrated with the way the players including Steve behaved towards her when she first started & I wanted to just tell them to man up & do what she said. Their relationship became friendly over time both wanting each other but trying to deny it until things got a bit more flirty, sassy then steamy & I couldn't wait for the time when they went all in for how much they wanted & meant to each other to themselves & publicly. I can't wait for the next book. . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly Breitbarth

    Oh Yes She Can Continuing with the Salt Lake City stallions series, K T Quinn has created another winner. Third and long is the story of Cooper and Wendy. Wendy becomes an assistant defensive coordinator on the team that Steve Cooper is the veteran linebacker. A female in a man's world is not well received and Wendy has to fight to be taken seriously. Neither wants to cross the barrier of a relationship in a high profile NFL world. Really well written with believable emotion and characters. Oh Yes She Can Continuing with the Salt Lake City stallions series, K T Quinn has created another winner. Third and long is the story of Cooper and Wendy. Wendy becomes an assistant defensive coordinator on the team that Steve Cooper is the veteran linebacker. A female in a man's world is not well received and Wendy has to fight to be taken seriously. Neither wants to cross the barrier of a relationship in a high profile NFL world. Really well written with believable emotion and characters.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lorraine Kaplan

    Steve & Wendy Good story not really a whole lot of unnecessary drama. Wendy came in as assistant defense coordinator for the SLC Stallions and immediately wasn't trusted or listened to by the players. When a scandal breaks that the defense coordinator had been sending inappropriate pictures to the cheerleaders Wendy is given the position. It takes a while for the guys to trust her but she brings them into a winning season and all the while her and Steve are falling deeper in love. Steve & Wendy Good story not really a whole lot of unnecessary drama. Wendy came in as assistant defense coordinator for the SLC Stallions and immediately wasn't trusted or listened to by the players. When a scandal breaks that the defense coordinator had been sending inappropriate pictures to the cheerleaders Wendy is given the position. It takes a while for the guys to trust her but she brings them into a winning season and all the while her and Steve are falling deeper in love.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Benson

    I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I like how Wendy broke the glass ceiling in a male dominated field. It was tough at first but she gets the trust of the team and with Steve's help, they win the Super Bowl. It was a slow build relationship between Wendy and Steve. I like how Steve defended their relationship both to his team and then to the management. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I like how Wendy broke the glass ceiling in a male dominated field. It was tough at first but she gets the trust of the team and with Steve's help, they win the Super Bowl. It was a slow build relationship between Wendy and Steve. I like how Steve defended their relationship both to his team and then to the management.

  18. 5 out of 5

    M

    No Defense Against Love 5 stars. - This is the most enjoyable of the three books in the series so far. The conflicts in the story are believable. Wendy and Stevie has chemistry even during the slow burn phase. The book brought up valid concerns about breaking the glass ceiling. The defensive plays that Wendy and Stevie have to do on and off the field added spice, steam and excitement to the story. I like the ending too. I read an ARC and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  19. 5 out of 5

    alma

    please visit salt lake I really like these books but please understand you need to work phrases we don’t call it south utah it’s southern utah and maryvales does not have a secondary school that is in juction it’s called piute high school I had family that attended that school but it is a good series just try to understand where your writing about

  20. 4 out of 5

    Anja

    I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. Steve and Wendy are a bit from enemies to lovers. Skeptical Steve including his defensive buddies don't hold much towards her. Someone who only coached high-schoolers and a woman for that matter. But Wendy slowly has them in her pocket. Great story. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. Steve and Wendy are a bit from enemies to lovers. Skeptical Steve including his defensive buddies don't hold much towards her. Someone who only coached high-schoolers and a woman for that matter. But Wendy slowly has them in her pocket. Great story.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Yvette

    Loved the other 2 books in this series. Loved the storyline. Loved the characters. Loved the authors writing style. Loved the ending. BUT I just found this one a little slow for me. It started to a drag a little in the middle but I desperately wanted to find out what happens so I just skipped to the end. Can’t wait for the next one.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lisa inglis

    Coach and star player tensions I loved this story! Third instalment in the series and just getting better each time. Wendy and Steve have a great journey; starting out at odds with each other, and ending up on the same page. I read it in one sitting. Make sure you have time to finish it before you start.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Colleen Salmon

    Another winner Yet again, another winning book from this author. Been waiting for this third book in the series and certainly didn't disappoint. A real feel good book. Can't wait for book court now. Another winner Yet again, another winning book from this author. Been waiting for this third book in the series and certainly didn't disappoint. A real feel good book. Can't wait for book court now.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Maja

    This was yet another great story from this author. I loved the first person point of view which is a deal breaker for me. I love sports romances and this one was amazing. . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  25. 5 out of 5

    TELA666

    I really like KT Quinns writing style, there is a good balance of sports jargon without being too much. I liked that the scenes away from the stadium felt natural and not set up to force any relationship. . I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  26. 5 out of 5

    judy

    Empowering This book can boost confidence, especially for women. While it’s a fictional word, there is truth behind it. Being underestimated and failures can be overcome with dedication and hard work.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    This book took me a little while to get into, mainly because I thought the male main character was an ass at the beginning. He did redeem himself as did many of his teammates. I highly recommend this book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

    💝 ARC received via Booksprout in exchange for an honest review. 💝

  29. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Scott

    Must read I read this in one day! Loved the attraction. I laughed and even cried. I look forward to reading more.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Reese

    I like it aloooooot!

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