Natalie Sullivan is on the verge of a breakthrough most archaeology grad students only dream of: discovering a lost city. Her research points to a farm in Ireland, but to excavate she needs permission from the new owner: the Michael O'Connor, popular NFL running back.
On TV Mike seems so charming and good-natured that Natalie figures getting his cooperation will be a breeze. So she's not prepared to deal with the arrogant-and adamantly opposed-man she meets in person. Or the way one look from him sends shivers down her spine…
Determined to kick-start her career, Natalie travels across the Atlantic and finds herself sharing an inn with Mike, who has come to Ireland in search of his roots. She tells herself her interest is strictly professional, but the more she gets to know him, the harder it is to deny her personal attraction to the sexy sports star. And when Mike confides why he refuses to allow the dig, Natalie must decide if she can follow her heart without losing sight of her dreams.
©2013 Allison Parr (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
Like the romance, but love the action involved to get there!
This book is not so much a sequel but it does follow a second member of the fictional New York Leopards football team. I ADORED book one, Rush Me, it is one of my favorite books, so perhaps my expectations were too high for this book.
This is the story of running back of the professional football team the New York leopards. It's a classic boy and girl cross paths that really shouldn't and there are sparks. This is not an insta love book, but I would rate it as a YA book because the hot scenes were glossed over and not graphic at all. Although the characters were in their mid 20's the leading lady was a grad student, and the male lead was a millionaire football player... Not exactly based in normal life here.
It was a cute story, lots of made up drama, and overall too sweet for my tastes, but I loved book 1 so much that I will look out for book 3. Some people want a cute love story that is not graphic, so I can't say this isn't credit worthy, but if you like your novels either really graphic or all consuming then this isn't the book for you.
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