As an Olympic rookie, Andie Foster has spent far more time in her cleats than between the sheets. For 21 years, her Friday nights have consisted of blocking shots rather than taking them. But now that she's landed in Rio, she's ready to see for herself if the rumors about the Olympic Village are true: The athletes are all sex-crazed maniacs....
The committee passes out condoms like candy....
The games continue long after the medals have been handed out. As Andie walks the line between rumor and reality, she's forced into the path of Frederick Archibald, a decorated Olympic swimmer and owner of a sexy British accent - too bad he's unavailable in a way that "it's complicated" doesn't even begin to explain. It doesn't matter that he has abs that could bring peace to the Middle East; Andie fully intends on keeping her focus on the soccer field. But everywhere Andie goes, Freddie happens to be there-shirtless, wet from the pool, and determined to show her a whole new meaning of the phrase "international affairs".
Contains mature themes.
©2016 R. S. Grey (P)2016 Tantor
Book lover at heart. There needs to be more time in the day dedicated to reading. Full time mom and wife.
I fell in love with this book when I initially read it following its release. With the recent release of Georgie's story, A Place in the Sun, I wanted to revisit my favorite olympians and did so via audiobook. I still love this story. Overall, I think the narrators did a fine job. I was slightly annoyed by the long pauses that Amanda Dolan occasionally would interject into her narrative which didn't seem to fit the flow of the story- whether is was an editing snafu or not I don't know.
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