Line of Scrimmage
She's given up on him and moved on... Susannah finally has a peaceful, calm life and a no-surprises man. Marriage to football superstar Ryan Sanderson was a whirlwind of passion, heat, energy, and excitement, but Susannah got sick of playing second fiddle to his team, watching women throwing... show more
She's given up on him and moved on... Susannah finally has a peaceful, calm life and a no-surprises man. Marriage to football superstar Ryan Sanderson was a whirlwind of passion, heat, energy, and excitement, but Susannah got sick of playing second fiddle to his team, watching women throwing themselves at him, and living in terror of the hard hits he took on the field. With their divorce just days from being final, she's already planning a wedding with her new fiance... He's finally figured out what's really important to him. If only it's not too late... Ryan has just ten days to convince his soon-to-be ex-wife to give him a second chance. He has just brought home his third championship and his career is at its pinnacle, but during the year of their separation, Ryan's come to realize it doesn't mean anything at all without Susannah...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 2008
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
Well, that was an incredibly abrupt ending.
I love the second chance aspect, liked the post-sports career vibe too.
Annoying, irrational heroine. Godlike quarterback hero. Fight. Make up sex. Repeat.Not Rachel's thing. However, there's a brilliant scene near the end when the heroine goes fucking bananas and throws a hissy in public. It amused me enough to increase the rating to 2 stars!
This book and I got off on the wrong foot. I found the whole set-up so repugnant: an estranged husband who decides to get his wife back 10 days before their divorce is final, and blackmails her into doing it by threatening to drag out the divorce so she can't marry her new fiance… and the new fiance...
Line of Scrimmage is my first read contemporary romance married couple and I've found I quite liked it. The book was intense. indeed. Some parts are depressing, some are total heart-wrenching and some are just sweet and lovely. I don't know about having football player for husband, let alone about m...