Rules of Contact (A Play-by-Play Novel #12) (Paperback)

By Jaci Burton

Berkley, 9780425276822, 352pp.

Publication Date: December 6, 2016

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Compact Disc (12/6/2016)
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Description

In the new Play-By-Play novel by the New York Times bestselling author of Unexpected Rush, a football player who knows how to win on the field needs a better game plan for his love life.

A defensive end for the San Francisco Sabers, Flynn Cassidy is used to being in the spotlight—he just doesn’t enjoy it. But if getting in front of the cameras will help his new restaurant succeed, he’s willing. Now if he could just meet a woman who loved him and not his fame…
 
After her divorce, Amelia Lawrence is thrilled to start over as head chef at Ninety-Two. It’s just the opportunity she needs to heat up her career—if only she wasn’t wildly attracted to her sexy new boss. Their chemistry might be sizzling hot, but Amelia has no intention of being burned again.
 
Flynn can’t get enough of Amelia, and Amelia loves every second she spends with the tough yet tender Flynn. But trust is a hard-fought battle for both. Breaking the rules of contact and surrendering to their passion was the easy part. Are they willing to risk their hearts to win at the game of love?


About the Author

Jaci Burton is a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author of the Play-by-Play series, including Unexpected Rush, All Wound Up, Quarterback Draw, Straddling the Line, Melting the Ice, and One Sweet Ride, and the Hope series, including Don’t Let Go, Make Me Stay, Love After All, Hope Burns, Hope Ignites, and Hope Flames.


Praise For Rules of Contact (A Play-by-Play Novel #12)

Praise for Jaci Burton’s Novels
 
“Jaci Burton’s stories are full of heat and heart.”—Maya Banks, #1 New York Times bestselling author
 
“A wild ride.”—Lora Leigh, #1 New York Times bestselling author
 
“Jaci Burton delivers a hot read.”—Fresh Fiction
 
“Passionate, inventive, sexually explicit.”—USA Today