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Playing by the Rules (A Playing for Glory Romance, #4)
Genre: M/F Contemporary Romance

One chance. One choice. It’s his call.

As the billionaire owner and CEO of the Wild Dogs, a young and successful rugby club in world rugby, Nicholas Carter had managed to keep his business life and his private life separate. That was until Emma Cole. Why did it not work with his new accountant? The woman was clearly not his type, and she was off-limits. Unfortunately, Emma had the uncanny ability to make Nicholas lose control.

Geeks shouldn’t look like Nicholas Carter and neither should they kiss like he did. Emma got the shock of her life when she met Nicholas for the first time. No, make that the second time for Nicholas was the hot, sexy—and very sweaty man with the green eyes who had kissed her senseless on the stairs—and he is her new boss.

Even a self-confessed geek and a self-confessed nerd couldn’t deny the attraction between them. Giving in to the undeniable chemistry could have repercussions—especially for Emma. During a business trip to Cape Town, they finally gave in to their mutual attraction, embarking on a secret affair that would change their lives forever.

Life happens and the reality started to creep into their relationship, forcing Nicholas to make decisions to protect his business. He couldn’t blame the fallout resulting from his decision on anyone else. Nicholas knew—it was his call.


This is the first book by this author that I've read and it definitely won't be the last one. This is a very entertaining and interesting read. The chemistry between the characters was very strong and intriguing. This is a fast paced read with lots of ups and downs. This book is not just a love story, it is so much more. I can't wait to read from this author in the future. 

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