Power Play

Power Play

by Vera Roberts

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Their Happily Ever After is starting to turn into a Never Gonna Happen.

With newfound internet fame also came unwanted notoriety as Sydney Walker is discovering when news broke of her engagement to one of the world’s hottest athletes. Being stalked by paparazzi is a minor headache in comparison to launching her art career. But when a wealthy curator expresses more interest in her than her art, Sydney isn’t sure if she could draw her way out of that mess.

Everything is going wonderful for Dean Winchester – the Kings are number one in their division with talks of holding the best hockey record of all time, he’s about to get married to his dream girl, and he just signed a few lucrative endorsements to keep him afloat forever. But as Dean concentrates on his game, another player is threatening to swoop in and take the only thing that matters – his Sydney.

Ian Ferguson never takes no for an answer and that’s the way he likes it. As a wealthy English curator, he takes a special interest in Sydney’s artwork and her. When her fiancée spends more time on the road, it means Ian spends more time paying attention to Sydney. All he has to do is convince that a man playing with sticks is a kid’s game.

Can Sydney and Dean overcome yet another distraction? Or is Ian’s offense too much for Dean to handle?
Power Play is a standalone book in the Breakaway series. It is a New Adult romance that deals with trust, long distance relationships, and celibacy.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153793634
Publisher: Vera Roberts
Publication date: 05/26/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 923,607
File size: 242 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Vera was a Seattle Erotic Art Festival 2010 Literary Finalist. She is also a former contributor to Eden Fantasys, Excitement Video and Toys, and erotic fiction site, Oysters and Chocolate. She is the bestselling author of the number one D'amato Brothers series, the Scott & Mariana serial, and the Breakaway series. She loves chocolate, has a Netflix addiction, and seeing the Maury show in person is currently on her bucket list. She's also a member of both the BeyHive and RihNavy. Vera currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Maks, son Bear, and cat Sushi.

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Power Play 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Left me confused and disappointed in the way that Sidney turned to Ian so quickly then he in turns makes sure she knows it was a one night stand and then doesn’t want her. It ruined the supposed great love between the main characters. Lots of typos.
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
3.5 of 5 Stars Let me start out by saying this is the first book that I have read by Vera Roberts. I didn’t realize that this is the fourth book in a continuing story about the same characters. It seems like most sports romances highlight different characters in each book in the series. That being said, I followed the story with no problems. I’m sure I would have felt more invested in the characters if I read the previous books. I am curious to go back and read the preceding books. I like both Dean Winchester and Sydney Walker. Having an art background, I like that Sydney is an artist. I really liked Dean’s character. The couple faced a lot of issues in this story. They are constantly dealing with the paparazzi. Ian Ferguson made the story interesting. He is Sydney’s new art curator. He has taken an interest to more than her art. To make things more complicated his family owns the team Dean plays on, the Kings – yikes! There were some interesting situations and conflicts in the story. I felt that Dean was getting the blame for all the things that went wrong. I thought that Sydney and Ian were just as much, if not more, at fault. The plot was believable and interesting. I liked the ending and am interested in finding out what happens next. Complimentary copy provided via manicreaders.com in exchange for an honest review.
MinxMJ More than 1 year ago
Really good book! A few grammatical errors but can be overlooked. I really love how the book details the obvious trust issues with Sydney and Dean in comparison to the relationship between Sarah and Jameson. I highly recommend this series!!