Play Date

Play Date

by Kate Donovan

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Overview

Play Date by Kate Donovan

BAM!

When quarterback Johnny Spurling cancels his blind date with Rachel Gillette on account of matrimony, she cheerfully agrees to a substitution--Sean Decker, another hunk in pro football's feared Triple Threat. But love doesn't spark between the adorable kicker and the kindergarten teacher, and she wonders if she's destined to sit on the bench forever.

No one is crazy enough to match Rachel with the third member of the Triple Threat. Bam Bannerman is Thor-like of body, potty of mouth, and hot as hell. And when he spots the classy blonde at Johnny's wedding, he's determined to have some fun. Sure, she's prim and proper, but he's Bam, isn't he? So no problem.

To Rachel, who's tired of being ignored and rejected, the rowdy halfback is a hilarious change of pace. They sneak away, he rocks her world, then she fondly bids him farewell.

But Bam isn't done scoring, and before Rachel knows what's hit her she's enjoying weekly hookups with the irrepressible stud. When a heartsick Sean signals he might want to get back into the game, she suddenly finds herself with her hands full--and discovers her arms, and maybe even her heart, are full too.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150539297
Publisher: Beyond the Page Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2014
Series: Play Makers , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 156,289
File size: 757 KB

About the Author

Kate Donovan is a Niners fan, a wife, a mother, a lawyer, and an author. She has more than twenty books and novels to her credit, publishing in genres including fantasy, historical romance, legal thriller, romantic suspense, and young adult science fiction. Play Date is the second book in her Play Makers series, following Playing for Keeps. You can visit Kate’s website at www.katedonovan.com.

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Play Date 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I dislike every character in it. $3 wasted on drivel. One star is too high.
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bookaholicGE More than 1 year ago
Rachel is a sexy, smart , almost angelic school teacher, and definitely all around a good girl... or is she? Rachel after being set up on blind dates with different football players all that end in disaster ; decides to step on the wild side and find her own man. Vince A.K.A. Bam is the fun, hot to trot football player that is all about a good time and getting what he wants. What does he want you make ask... Rachel of course. Together as a couple they are great, they have their ups and downs, miss communications and arguments. Its definitely not all sunshine and daisies, especially with Sean (one of her horrible blind dates and Bams teammates) trying to push his way back into her life. Overall good book, I read it in one day could not put it down. Their was one character I wish I would have gotten more of his point of view thrown in but it didn't take away from the story. I just kept turning and turning those pages until I realized I had read them all.
celticmaggie More than 1 year ago
This was a good story. The main focus is football. Luckily you don't need to know the sport to enjoy the book. I only received this on the 28th from NetGalley so I am not to late for the review. I couldn't put it down. Vince Bannerman is one of the "Triple Threat" on their team. He is a major player off the field as well as on. Rachel teaches Kindergarten and doesn't date much. She meets Vince at the wedding of John his QB. It's confusing here as Sean the kicker is her blind date but also part of the wedding party so she is really on her own. That is where she hooks up with Vince, or Bam as he is called. He has no problem with telling things as he sees them. There are a good many other stories all woven into Rachel and Vince's story. This is a series but it works as a stand alone too. This is an adult theme story. Please try this story. You won't be let down. I have this book for an honest review for NetGalley.