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The instant Piper Allen sees Erik Titov, she wants him - wants his rock-hard body, sure, but the strength and mystery that lie behind that superstar hockey jock demeanor, too. So when he sidles up to her at a bar and slinks his arm around her waist, she's lost. What follows is the wildest night of her life…followed by inevitable heartbreak the next morning. And then, a few weeks later, a very big surprise: Two blue lines on a pregnancy test.
Only a check to the head could make Erik fall for a nice girl like Piper. But since their crazy-sexy night together, he's been trying to forget about her by falling into bed with every woman in Nashville, and it's not working. So when Piper shows up at his house with a baby-bomb to drop, it doesn't take much for Erik to suggest the nuclear option: Marriage. While it's supposed to be all for show, the second they say "I do," the ice between them starts to melt into sizzling steam. Contains mature themes.
©2013 Toni Aleo (P)2014 Tantor
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Critic Reviews

"Sexy and riveting...the perfect combination of love and lust." (Heidi McLaughlin, USA Today bestselling author)
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1 out of 5 stars
By Kiaorateora on 03-21-18

Why are manwhores appealing?

What would have made Blue Lines better?

Less emphasis on the hero's manwhoring ways. It was pretty nauseating. And then when she finally tells him she's pregnant with his baby, he goes off on her in a really soul destroying way. Like, really bad. I didn't see any way for her to forgive him for that and not be disappointed in her for doing so. And you know these stories have HEAs so somehow she does forgive him and let him back into her life. For that, she should have her feminist card revoked. I just couldn't finish this book knowing that she'd eventually forgive him for saying the really awful things he said about her. Not a good love story.

Has Blue Lines turned you off from other books in this genre?

No. I enjoy sports books when they're written well.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

She was okay. I would've like to have had a male read the hero's part. That would've been better. She could've worked on her accent. It was pretty awful.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Nope.

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2 out of 5 stars
By D. B. Smith on 02-24-18

Wasn’t impressed.

The author did a great job of making Erich an absolute jerk at the beginning. However, the story was way too Long, and Piper cried too much. I cannot believe a woman they thought was as strong as Piper was would allow a man to jerk her around as much as Eric did. Who wants to stay with a man who continues to say that he doesn’t think he will hang around. She should have dumped his butt way earlier in the story. Actually, it was insanely crazy that she agreed to marry him. That was so totally far-fetched considering that she signed a prenup.

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