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Following in my father’s footsteps meant The Game.
I found my way to the Professionals.
Running through cash and women at a breakneck speed.
I never wanted a relationship.
Nope, thank you very much.
Then, the hot daredevil strolled into my life.
Tasha’s a stunt woman with legs for days.
Her edge drives me wild.
Her passion awakens the beast inside me.
Yet, she refuses to settle for less than what she deserves.
The man upstairs has to be laughing at me now.
But f--k it.
She’s the one. Mine to own. Mine to claim.
I will do anything in my power to keep her.
But can I convince her before she walks away for good?
This is a steamy, full-length novel with a happily ever after. No cliffhangers. No cheating.
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By LeMiliere on 05-10-18
Every Picture Tells A Story
Stryder is the second member of the Winfield Warriors I have come to know through Harper Lauren's series. He has it all, he's handsome and a great football player, he is a jock but he wants more out of life, he plays football because all his life he was pushed to "play the game" by his dad who was once a football player himself. But Stryder has a secret, he loves to take pictures although sadly because of his father's attitude it's not something he's pursued.
Tasha is a beautiful, highly motivated stunt woman and she and Stryder meet during filming of an add for the Warriors. It's a case of attraction at first sight for both of them. But neither of them are looking for a serious relationship. Once they start seeing each other Tasha introduces him to night skydiving on their very first outing which should give you some indication of how she pushes his boundaries.
The more they see each other the deeper their feelings become but can this jock commit? Tasha comes to realise that Stryder is so much more than a jock, his pictures are incredible although no one knows about this hidden talent he has. She pushes him to live for his dreams and not his father's but does he really want to hear this?
There are some really lovely romantic moments in this story as well as some instances when I wanted to slap Stryder up side the head and tell him to smell the roses. I would love to tell you more but if I do it would totally spoil this story for you. What I will say is that I liked Tasha but thought she pushed a little too hard at times, even if her reasons were sound. I liked Stryder but though he should stand up for himself more than he did.
I really loved the ending.......
Before I finish this review I think I should mention the incredibly good narration by Ainslie Caswell, I loved all the voices and intonations she brought to the characters - a really great job there Ainslie.
I was given this book as a gift and am voluntarily writing my review.