A Down and Dirty Football Novel
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From New York Times Bestseller, Vi Keeland, comes a sexy new standalone novel.
The first time I met Brody Easton was in the men’s locker room.
It was my first interview as a professional sportscaster.
The famed quarterback decided to bare all.
And by all, I don’t mean he told me any of his secrets.
No. The arrogant ass decided to drop his towel, just as I asked the first question. On camera.
The Super Bowl MVP quickly adopted a new hobby—screwing with me.
When I pushed back, he shifted from wanting to screw with me, to wanting to screw me.
But I don’t date players.
And it’s not because I’m one of the few women working in the world of professional football.
I’d date an athlete.
It’s the other kind of player I don’t date.
You know the type. Good looking, strong, cocky, always looking to get laid.
Brody Easton was the ultimate player.
Every woman wanted to be the one to change him.
But the truth was, all he needed was a girl worth changing for.
Turned out, I was that girl.
Let’s face it. It never is.
There’s a story between once upon a time and happily ever after…
And this one is ours.
Author's note - The Baller is a full-length standalone novel. Due to strong language and sexual content, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
I want Brody!!
This man is so perfect. How can't I love him?
This was very funny! Great read and I don’t like sports!
Love me some Brody!
I always love a sports themed romance, and this one is a winner. Loved the sexy football star, with the filthy mouth and the huge heart. Loved the beautiful heroine whose love of the game, brought her all the men she has loved in her life. Both Brody and Delilah had relationships from their youth that helped to shape the way they approached each other and relationships in general. Both had painful past, that were dictating their present efforts toward love and commitment. The story took on a different flavor about half way through, and took the lighthearted, sexy banter and playful mood to become more serious and melancholy. Brody's past came back to play a prominent role in the here and now; he showed a level of maturity and insight that unfortunately Delilah could learn from. Some of the elements of the second half of the story weren't my favorites, but I loved the overall feel of the read, and the HEA in the end, made it all worthwhile. As always, I so enjoy the work of this author, and looking forward to more.