Julie Brannagh's sparkling and romantic Love and Football series continues!For Amy Hamilton, only three Fs matter: Family, Football, and Flowers. It might be nice to find someone to share Forever with, too, but right now she's working double overtime while she gets her flower shop off the ground.... show more
Julie Brannagh's sparkling and romantic Love and Football series continues!For Amy Hamilton, only three Fs matter: Family, Football, and Flowers. It might be nice to find someone to share Forever with, too, but right now she's working double overtime while she gets her flower shop off the ground. The last thing she needs or wants is a distraction … or help, for that matter. Especially in the form of gorgeous and aggravatingly arrogant ex-NFL star Matt Stephens.Matt lives by a playbook—his playbook. He never thought his toughest opponent would come in the form of a stunning florist with a stubborn streak to match his own. Since meeting her in the bar after her sister's wedding, he's known there's something between them. After she refuses—again and again—to go out with him, Matt will do anything to win her heart … But will Amy, who has everything to lose, let the clock run out on the one-yard line?
Publish date: February 11th 2014
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
Series: Love and Football (#2)
EDIT: I just realized this is a HarperCollins title. FML Remember when you first started writing your first stories and all you cared for was the characters doing the stuff you wished you could do, and you didn't care much for a plot? Just me? Oh, okay then. Sweet doesn't quite cover what this b...
WOW! Stands up to the original...have you read it? It has everything....family ties, chemistry, angst, hot guys, business owners, love, laughter, hot guys, recurring characters, sports, and did I mention hot guys?
Rushing Amy by Julie Brannagh was a cute, fun romance. I loved the way Amy and Matt’s relationship developed, even if it was a bit childish at times. The story did feel a bit long though. I ended up a bit bored about two thirds in waiting for the impending conflict. All in all though, it was a very ...