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  • Posted November 10, 2008

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    Another Keeper

    Deirdre Martin's writes another funny and sexy story in Power Play.<BR/><BR/>Soap Opera actress Monica Geary has always been at the top of her field. But a new face on the show is making her nervous. Add to that a hockey star is doing a cameo appearance and tried to put his well oiled moves on her. Yikes.<BR/><BR/>Eric Mitchell new defenseman for the New York Blades gets off on the wrong foot with his team mates. When he gets a chance to guest star on the teams favorite soap he jumps at the chance to score some points with his teammates. His first meeting with Monica didn't go at all like he thought it would.<BR/><BR/>When Monica agrees with her PR agent to up her profile with the media. She isn't sure being seen with Eric is the way to go. Monica being the great actress that she is, is sure she can act her heart out in this fake romance.<BR/><BR/>Being seen as a couple first starts out as a lark but the reality of spending so much time together opens up both their eyes to the real person beneath.<BR/><BR/>Deirdre Martin's Power Play is everything one would want in a romance. Its sexy, funny and heartfelt. Her characters become friends that you don't want to let go of. Monica and Eric have joined the ranks of favorite Martin couples for me. This book is a keeper.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2008

    A great romance

    When National Hockey superstar Eric Mitchell and soap opera superstar Monica Geary begin dating after the Blades superstar does a cameo on the Wild and the Free show, fans of the two worlds watch in amazement. They seem like the perfect All American couple as they seem so in love and in heat. In reality, neither likes the other their publicists set up the romantic scenario to obtain positive press.----------- Both are competitive, enjoy FAIR PLAY, and in spite of their mutual dislike, each tries so much harder to maximize their skills in order to gain the admiration of the other (and avoid THE PENALTY BOX). As they become better acquainted, an admiration begins that turns into an attraction. Soon the athlete and the actress begin to wonder if they can turn a con job into the real thing.------------- Having a romance between a hockey player and an actress will remind fans of Gretzky and Jones, but Deirdre Martin puts her trademark winning game strategy to the tale. The lead couple is a delightful combination as neither start off warm in fact each is icy obnoxious. As they fall in love, their personalities soften so that the audience watches the pair skate as a team making the winning goal.----------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted April 9, 2009

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    very weak

    I can't believe this book was written by Deirdre Martin. I've enjoyed most of her previous novels. I'd thought 'Just A Taste' was so-and-so, forget donating this one to the used Books store;it was so bad I couldn't wait to toss it away. What a bunch of boring characters and a worthless plot. I'm sorry to say that I will not be buying any of her future novels.

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