Fourth and Goal (A Seattle Lumberjacks Romance)

Fourth and Goal (A Seattle Lumberjacks Romance)

by Jami Davenport

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ISBN-13: 9781941260234
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/06/2013
Series: Seattle Lumberjacks Series , #1
Pages: 372
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.77(d)

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Fourth and Goal 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
JodyFL More than 1 year ago
Great Sports Romance! Rachel is hired by Derek who happens to be her former best friend and one night stand. Derek hires her to watch over his house and animals when he away at out of town games. Derek is a professional wide reciever for NFL team. Rachel is also trying to get close to Derek to find out information that could clear her Dad's reputation from a points shaving scandel. Rachel grew up around sports and is awesome at coaching and agrees to work with Derek and his cousin Tyler to get their game back. In the midst of this, Derek and Rachel's chemistry continues to build to where they agree to have a no strings attached affair. This is an adult erotic romance and should not be read by anyone under 18. The romance is hot, steamy and adventurous. The NFL team also adopts a terminally sick kid, Ryan, whose hero worship of Derek puts his world in prospective. The ending was a happily ever after that will have you in tears and cheering at the same time. I loved this! flag
Jami_Davenport More than 1 year ago
"I got sucked into this book. I mean, hook line and sinker sucked in. I was deeply invested in these characters. Hooked folks, I'm positively hooked."--Recommended Read from Wendy, the Super Librarian "I am thoroughly impressed with Ms. Davenport's ability to instill escapism in her story. For the duration, I was consumed with her tale of two friends to lovers intertwined with football." -- Top Pick from Yadira, Night Owl Reviews "The ending was heartrending and I loved reading my way through the football season with a player who had lost his mojo." Jane Litte via Goodreads "Fourth and Goal displayed a deep and comfortable knowledge of football but strangely enough it wasn't the on field shenanigans that I enjoyed the most, but the off the field relationships that the characters developed. ...I was captivated..." Jane at Dear Author "Romance so real that you feel you are there."--Trixie, Blackravens Reviews "A good beach or airplane read and you don't have to know a lot about football to enjoy the story." --Alberta, Manic Readers Reviews
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slinkydennis More than 1 year ago
Football is my second favorite sport, second only to basketball. As a 6’0” woman, of course basketball is my favorite, that was my life in high school. I love sport romances and Fourth and Goal definitely lived up to and surpassed my expectations. I loved the story line and how these two fought the attraction until they couldn’t any more. Ms. Davenport knows how to put in just the right amount of angst and hot, sweaty sex to make a story hard to put down. I fell in love with all the characters and cried, laughed and shared the emotional turmoil they all did. I can’t wait to read more about the Lumberjacks. I will definitely be checking out the rest of this series by Ms. Davenport.
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## I liked it but didn't love it. I didn't really like the relationship between the hero and the heroine. It was strange. And they lacked chemistry. And why make the heroine so incredibly clumsy that she falls every two minutes. However, I did really like the secondary story about a terminally ill high school kid that brought out the best in everyone and put things in perspective. And the ending was terrific. Mixed feelings about this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read book in 2011 this is not new I hate when they give it a new cover and make you think its new,