The Super Bowl may be over, but you can still score in the game of love! Especially if you are single mother Tara Lincoln in Jaci Burton’s The Perfect Play. After a one-night stand with Mick, a pro football player, Tara vows to protect her heart from another rejection. Mick, however, is determined to win Tara’s heart. The Perfect Play is the first book of Burton’s Play by Play series.
It’s definitely Celia Lawson’s first time at the rodeo in Lorelei James’ One Night Rodeo. Our heroine wakes up from a tequila-induced slumber to discover that she has married ruggedly handsome bull rider Kyle, her brother’s best friend. To complicate matters, Kyle doesn’t seem eager to get an annulment! James is famous (some would say infamous) for her erotic fiction involving cowboys. Giddy up!
The Seattle Public Library has countless graphic novels and manga titles to set your heart aflutter, including the aptly named Flutter by Momoko Tenzen. Businessman Asada is crushing on another man from afar, until this handsome stranger gets very close… as Asada’s new work colleague!
Love isn’t always at first sight; sometimes love takes a few tries to get it right. Just ask television anchor Maddy Cornish in Molly O’Keefe’s breezy Crazy Thing Called Love. The next contestant on her television makeover series is rebellious hockey player Billy… her ex-husband! O’Keefe keeps the tensions simmering as these two former love birds begin to rebuild their nest.