Ballers 2: His Final Play

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Nico has lost everything he once held dear to save his nieces’ life. It was the right decision for him and he would do it again, no question. Especially now, the brown eyed, chocolate, physical therapist that swipes into his life makes everything worth it. She just may be the one that can do what no other has been able to do.
Reese Roman is young and her budding career is successful. There are just a few things that are just not right. Meeting Nico Donati comes with way more than she bargains for. The passionate soccer player shows her that she has been missing something.
What is a man to do when he knows at first sight that she should be his, but she already belongs to someone else? When you are Nico Donati, you wait…because Reese is worth waiting for. Or is she?

Book Info

  • Original Title:Ballers 2: His Final Play
  • Author:
  • Rating:9.22 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • Publisher:Published September 15th 2016 by Perceptive Illusions Publishing, Inc.






I can feel the tears in my eyes. This is not what I was expecting. I never thought I would be sitting here. Not like this, not with one of the things I have desired most in the palms of my hands.

“My son,” I whisper against his temple.

He is so small, but so perfect. His eyes are open and he is looking at me. A quiet laugh bursts from my lips. This is real, he is real. This all may not be the way I wanted it to happen, but I finally have a son.

The thought makes me look over to my son’s sleeping mother. Yeah, this is not what I wanted or should I say, how I wanted it, but I have a son. He is my flesh and blood. My eyes bounce over to the bassinet beside the hospital bed. My smile grows. I’m a papa. I make beautiful children.

“Do you know that,” I say to my son and his lips curl as if he is smiling in understanding. “Y...

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Jane · 02-19-2019

Fantastic. A great read!!

ABy · 02-19-2019

I liked it

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skye · 02-19-2019

short and sweet

Pamzy · 02-19-2019

Not a bad read