Jasmine dreaded seeing pro football's hottest new star, Chris Hays, again after eight long years. Back in high school, he was the tall, blonde captain of the football team and had a reputation for sleeping his way through the cheerleading squad. Jasmine, on the other hand, was painfully shy, poor and lived on the "wrong side of the tracks". She knew there was never a chance he'd ever ask her out, but it never stopped her from dreaming.
Years later when they meet again at a press conference, sparks fly and Jasmine finally has a chance to make her fantasies come true.
Warning: This story contains a steamy romance between a young black woman and a smoking hot white football player and scenes too passionate for some readers to handle!
©2013 Dez Burke (P)2013 Dez Burke
Chris and Jasmine are SCORCHING HOT! While reading their sex scenes I felt like I would burst into flames. The story is cute. High school acquaintances who admired one another from afar run into each other again at a sports junket--- he a professional player; she a reporter--- and sparks fly! The story is fun and well-written. I really wish it had been longer! Love these two! Thanks, Dez. This one's a winner!
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
WOW! This one was sooo HOT! Dang! Dez Burke stories are usually really really good... but dang this one was really really good. OMG! The couch scene... was just too much! Ok... for chapter one... against the wall... Dez Burke did not disappoint with this one. If you are looking for a quick hot read... this is it...
Loved it... The couch scene will just blow you away... I can't stop wheezing...!
Laramie is a great narrator... A good credit... or buy... it’s so cheap anyway...
Avid reader/listener of all things, though not so avid about science fiction. The books I could not get through are very few!
I always enjoy reading Dez Burke. I finally decided to try an audio version, I'm glad I did. The book is enjoyable, well-written; the narration is very good, it added to my enjoyment, no mispronounced words. My only problem, the book is very short. That didn't bother me when I read it, but listening, I wish it had been longer.
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