Trick Play (Eastshore Tigers #3)
They'll do whatever it takes to save their team. But can two best friends survive a fake relationship? Luke Trent is desperate to bring his team back together. If the Tigers can't get over their slump, he'll never make it to the pros. With the LGBT-inclusive 'Rainbow Tigers' mania dying down,... show more
They'll do whatever it takes to save their team. But can two best friends survive a fake relationship?
Luke Trent is desperate to bring his team back together. If the Tigers can't get over their slump, he'll never make it to the pros. With the LGBT-inclusive 'Rainbow Tigers' mania dying down, it'll take a crazy scheme to restore their former glory, and Luke has the perfect one in mind: Dating his best friend.
Brandon Tucker has secretly been in love with Luke for years. He knows he's going to get hurt if he agrees to a pretend relationship with his very straight friend, but he can't help it. This is as close as he'll ever get to the real thing.
The strength of their friendship makes their lie an easy sell, and things are looking up for the Tigers. But when Luke kisses him in front of the whole team, Brandon can't help but wonder if the only man he's ever wanted might actually want him back.
With the fire of their fake romance beginning to burn true, a teammate’s devastating betrayal forces them to make a difficult choice: Sacrifice their relationship to save their career, or give up everything else for the chance at a once-in-a-lifetime love.
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages no: 140
Edition language: English
Series: Eastshore Tigers (#3)
3.75 stars rounded upSometimes a book fits what I want to read / present mood. To be perfectly honest, in any other day, this might fall in my 3.5* rating category. But I read this one after not being too satisfied with my last book. So by comparison, this wins my heart because I enjoyed it a whole ...
Very nice friends-to-lovers story!! Best installment of this series so far! The stunt to form their football team into the "Rainbow Tigers" was a bit offensive. Pretending that they were a gay couple... I didn't like people and fans being manipulated in loving something that isn't truly so.. Most of...
This can be read as a stand-alone. No one from the previous books makes an appearance in this. And another winner. I’ve been on a roll with the sports books lately. I loved this one.Luke and Brandon have been best friends for years and they are both playing football in the same college team. Luke ...