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Line of Scrimmage

Pass to Win, Book 2
Narrated by: Lynnae Stanwick
Length: 5 hrs and 46 mins
4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

He knows how to handle women and footballs, not a freaking baby!

Kayla

I knew Sean Coleman when he was just Sean, a fun student who was head-over-heels in love with me and football. Today, he is a famous player with groupies throwing themselves at his feet.

He might also be a father, but he doesn't know. And neither do I. I don't ever want to find out.

Sean

Seeing Kayla Vaughn is a blast from the past. A stunning, tall, brunette blast from the past. Seeing the kid attached to her arm is a shocker. A kid that looks just like me. I could be a dad.

Mia is a sweetheart, and I've always loved Kayla, but will she let me in again after so many years?

Line of Scrimmage is a bad boy, secret baby, sports romance. No cheating, no cliffhanger, and a guaranteed happy ending!

This is a standalone novel, and you do not need to have previously heard Touchdown, book one of the Pass to Win series!

©2016 Roxy Sinclaire (P)2016 Roxy Sinclaire

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This is another really good sports romance that I enjoyed listening to. Very different to "Tackles" the last book by Roxy that I have listened to. it has taken Sean a long time to get over his philandering and partying and realize what really is important. I love how well Roxy understands young people and writes about them so well.
Lynnae narrated the story beautifully and I had to laugh at the voice she used for Sean's agent it was so funny. He was an obnoxious character and she got that across with her voice so well!