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An NFL quarterback in the Hail Mary play of his life....

Ryan Sanderson has 10 days to convince his wife Susannah to give their marriage another chance - and there is nothing he won’t do to win her back, even if he has to play a little dirty....

Listen to Marie Force’s first published novel now with an all new extended epilogue!

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Realistic, hence compelling AND sad

I was very excited about this book because it’s about people who are already a couple. Sure, they are estranged, but they still have feelings for each other, and more important, they have a history. Being myself in a relationship for a long time, it pleases me to read about people whose situation looks more like mine–except that we’re still together…

I thought it was very well done. The main reason why they slowly became strangers is believable, and heartwrenching. Also, the resentment Susannah felt for years is so relatable. To make it short, the couple and their story were realistic, hence compelling AND sad.

The character development was interesting too. We have here people who have matured, and they now make some changes in their life because they understand their past mistakes.

My main complain is about the villains in the story. Sure, they were needed–external and internal conflicts in the relationship make for a more gripping read–but I found them a bit over the top. But once again, there was some truth in their behavior, though more on the pathological side.

The narrator did an amazing job, expressing all the nuances in the characters in the best possible way. A great audiobook!

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Twist and turns

This was an AWESOME start of an AMAZING author. A great story that you never guess how it ends!

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