Playing The Field (Siren Publishing Lovextreme)

Playing The Field (Siren Publishing Lovextreme)

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by Sophie Oak, Chloe Lang
     
 

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[Siren LoveXtreme: Erotic Contemporary Menage Romance, M/F/M/M/M/M, M/F/M/M, BDSM] When Tess Proffit was asked to run a series of team building exercises for a promising group of professional football players, she never imagined how sexy, sweet or obnoxious they would turn out to be. Keeping things professional will be tough, as each man ignites her desires in

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[Siren LoveXtreme: Erotic Contemporary Menage Romance, M/F/M/M/M/M, M/F/M/M, BDSM] When Tess Proffit was asked to run a series of team building exercises for a promising group of professional football players, she never imagined how sexy, sweet or obnoxious they would turn out to be. Keeping things professional will be tough, as each man ignites her desires in different ways. Curt, Mike, Kevin, Marcus and Randy don't want to spend their off season on a secluded ranch working on team building, though they don't mind spending time with the lovely Tess. When a bet between the men goes awry and Tess is hurt, they'll have to become a team to win her back. ** A Siren Erotic Romance

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ISBN-13:
9781610345637
Publisher:
Siren Publishing
Publication date:
04/20/2011
Pages:
108
Sales rank:
891,945
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

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Playing the Field (Siren Publishing LoveXtreme) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
_Michelle_ More than 1 year ago
Totally sexy. All out fun. These five football stars have me searching for my pom poms to cheer, "Go Team, go!" Trust me, this is one lockeroom lineup you don't want to miss. Have mercy, these boys know how to 'play'. *wink wink* This was a co-written story by one of our favorite authors, Sophie Oak, and her gal-pal Chloe Lang. It's a little different from Ms Oak's other works. Not only does it feature football players, it is a little more surface than is typically her style. To be honest I've heard it described as a boinkfest, and frankly, yup, it is. The team owner is at his wits' end. The team looks great until they make it to playoffs each year and his five prize players fall apart. With everything to gain, he hires therapist Tess Proffit to do some team building activities on his private ranch during the off-season with his super stars. Curt, Mike, Kevin, Marcus and Randy are happy to take the one million dollar bonus pay for attending this little exercise until they realize Tess plans on the five of them baring their souls and actually doing some real bonding. Not so much. Where there is a will there is a way, and this determined therapist is willing to sacrifice her very own body to the team if that's what it takes for these five starting players to learn to work together. And heck, if it's working towards her pleasure. I am giving her a high five and telling her to go for it. I'm all about character development. It is really tough to get into the hottest smut scene if you don't have anything invested in the characters. Well, it is for me at least. I like to know and care about my characters and celebrate their happiness and connections. The really cool thing here is that the one-on-one therapy sessions allow us to discover some really tender and compelling qualities about each of the men. When I learned a bit about why they put so much pressure on themselves, I cared and wanted those boys to find some happiness and that made the dungeon play that much more erotic. This one is on the shorter side, and I am thinking that the next time one of these snowstorms knocks the power out for a bit, just whip our your e-reader and warm yourself up. It only goes from hot to hotter with five gorgeous football players at your mercy. Enjoy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the story line. Hope to see the other two men find a lady love. 299 pgs
HeadInTheCloudsToday More than 1 year ago
The book overall was okay. Didn't really feel the connection between the heroine and the heroes. 2 of the football players were just superfluous. Book would have been better being a ménage-a-quatre.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I Love Sophie Oak
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