Shoot the Lights Out [NOOK Book]

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When Jackie Donovan stumbles over Adaris Singleton at the Nashville airport while en route to her dad’s funeral, little does she know that her trip will lead to love, loss, and basketball.

Shoot the Lights out is the story of a newly retired WNBA basketball player who returns home to assume the coaching position vacated by a beloved coach who amassed 13 state championships and turned out more college-bound athletes than anyone else in ...
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Shoot the Lights Out

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Overview

When Jackie Donovan stumbles over Adaris Singleton at the Nashville airport while en route to her dad’s funeral, little does she know that her trip will lead to love, loss, and basketball.

Shoot the Lights out is the story of a newly retired WNBA basketball player who returns home to assume the coaching position vacated by a beloved coach who amassed 13 state championships and turned out more college-bound athletes than anyone else in Tennessee history…who just so happens to be her recently deceased father. As Jackie figures out how to coach 13 rambunctious high school boys, she falls head over heels in love with Adaris Singleton, the all-pro star of the Tennessee Trailblazers football team.

Happily ever after is dribbled down the drain when Adaris finds out that Jackie is coaching his son. The pressure is on as Jackie and Adaris figure out how to navigate their relationship on and off the court. They are supported throughout by a cast of characters—a.k.a. their best friends Keeva, Chris, Max, Shelley, Amos, and Serena, and family matriarchs Ella and Aunt D —who dispense advice and wisdom about death, life, and, ultimately, the game of love.

So, the game is on—relax and enjoy it play-by-play in Shoot the Lights Out!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148407218
  • Publisher: inSink Press
  • Publication date: 7/30/2013
  • Series: Gametime , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 356
  • File size: 988 KB

Meet the Author

Stephanie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English with an emphasis in Communications from Rollins College. She is an avid reader who dreamed of writing a novel. One day the words literally spilled out and Stephanie took her love of sports, and family and spun it into her first chick lit that can also be enjoyed by the masses!
Stephanie lives in Chattanooga, TN and views herself as a renaissance woman. She is happily married to Gerald and enjoys cooking, reading, shopping, traveling and spending time with her extended family. She also loves being an insurance agent while serving her community as a youth basketball coach and working with non-profits. Stephanie is also an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2013

    First let me say, i do not read books....I would rather watch a

    First let me say, i do not read books....I would rather watch a movie, but this book is amazing. It tells a story about family, friends and relationship....And once you read the book you will say to yourself we all have family member and friends like that.....The book at teaches about give and take from a relationship and the character Daris in this book is a fine black men who knows how to treat a moman...Being a single black women i believe that are still some "Daris's" in the world and i can't wait to found him. Waiting on sequile to this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2013

    Great Book!!

    Easy read, funny, amazing characters, A MUST READ!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2013

    Amazing story line about family. A must read!

    Amazing story line about family. A must read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2013

    Shoot the lights out was a fun and hilarious read about love and

    Shoot the lights out was a fun and hilarious read about love and basketball. This author did a great job honoring her late father who was a well loved H.S. basketball coach. Very authentic. 

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    Posted September 13, 2013

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