It Had to Be You : Chicago Stars

  • by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
  • Narrated by Anna Fields
  • Series: Chicago Stars
  • 12 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It's Dan Calebow's worst nightmare: Phoebe Somerville, a trendy New York knockout, inherits the Chicago Stars, the football team he coaches. And she wants to help him run it. Phoebe's sure he needs her. He's a sexist good-ol'-boy jock with a one-track mind. Surely she can straighten him out....So why should each find the other attractive? Call it the competitive urge, but these two stubborn people play the game for keeps.


What the Critics Say

"A sleek, romantic comedy." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

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Classic Susan Elizabeth Philips

What I love about Susan Elizabeth Phillips is that you are guaranteed a story that is charming, funny and sexy. She has a great way of making the reader feel like they are in the story. This book was entertaining and great to listen to. This book is the first in the "Chicago Stars" series. I listened to them out of order but each story can stand on its own. It was good however, to where it all started. Phoebe is such full of life yet lacks confidence due to her bad history with men. I think many women can relate in one way or another with her story. This was a heartwarming enchanting story and I would list it as one of my favorites by this author.
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- bluebelle

Romance & Football - Somehow it works...

The plot is predictable, but the narration is excellent (Anna Field never disappoints) and the romance is, effective. A fun, frolicking story about a dysfunctional family, an evil cousin, a woman battling childhood abuse to come into her own in the middle of the most unlikely environment: the locker room of a football team fighting their way to the Superbowl. The romance is well written and well read. Not high literary material, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
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- Jeanne

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-02-2007
  • Publisher: Books on Tape