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Block & Tackle by Elise Faber, Kristin Vayden, Stephanie Fourne

 

August 28, 2017

reviewed for

Jeri’s Book Attic

 

 

 

 

 

 Block & Tackle

 

 Elise Faber, Kristin Vayden , Stephanie Fourne

 

 

 Anthology

 

 March 13th 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Offsides by Elise Faber

Job title: Executive Assistant for CEO of Prestige Media Group

Job description:

(1) Deal with a massive amount of emails.

(2) Schedule conference calls and meetings with top athletes and other hugely important people.

(3) Pick up dry cleaning and food, consult on tie selection, make dinner reservations, and book flights . . . basically act as a wife-on-steroids.

(4) THE IMPORTANT ONE: Do not, under any circumstances, fall in love with Devon Scott—demanding boss, former NHL player, and all-around gorgeous specimen of the male persuasion.

 

Job performance:

Failing. Absolutely failing at number four.

 

Off Guard by Stephanie Fournet

 

Life couldn’t be better for Charlie Woodruff.After a year of holding out, she’s finally landed the job she’s always wanted in the city of her dreams. An apartment she can afford and new friends at work make the transition easy.When she meets a gorgeous stranger who makes her laugh and steals her breath, it seems like the icing on the cake…

Until Charlie discovers he’s a client.

 

Hutch Barlow — newly drafted wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders — looks like an avenging angel, hangs on her every word, and is completely off-limits. The trouble is he also refuses to take “no” for an answer.And if she’s being honest, Charlie doesn’t want him to.But seeing him means she could lose everything — including her heart.

 

Off Limits by Kristin Vayden

 

Everything about Ava screams off limits.To want her is to invite disaster.To pursue her is to risk my job.To kiss her might cost me my best friend.But all those risks seem small in light of the first problem.

 

She hates me.To her I’m a sell out, choosing to advance my career rather than protect my biggest client.Her brother.And my best friend.She hasn’t spoken to me in over a year, but that ends now.Because I’m done with holding back.To hell with the consequences.

 

Wish me luck . . .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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