Drilled: A Bad Boy Sports Romance

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He’s the gridiron god with magic hands…

…And fingers, and mouth, and tongue.

Chance ‘Gunner’ Adams –- quarterback, superstar womanizer, and panty slayer extraordinaire. He wants me. He wants me bad, but I’m not about to become another notch on his girthy bedpost. I came to Los Angeles to get away from my past, to start fresh. I don’t need trouble, especially the muscly, abs-of-marble kind.

The problem? As team masseuse it’s my job to get hands on with this as*hole. I’ll be working on every hard, intimate area of his body. But if he thinks he can treat me like any other girl who stirs his pants, he’s wrong. After all, I’m a professional… right?

We both want a happy ending, but sooner or later my past will catch up with me, and the Mob’s not big on mercy. I need more than a smart mouth. I need a savior -- one whose talent for mayhem doesn’t end when the fourth quarter’s over. For once in my life, I need someone who knows how to play dirty.

Drilled is a full-length bad boy romance with a happily ever after and no cheating. For a limited time, it also includes bestselling novel Stroker as a bonus.

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Book Info

  • Original Title:Drilled: A Bad Boy Sports Romance
  • Author:
  • Rating:7.68 / 10
  • Genre:Romance
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • Publisher:Published September 25th 2016





“Got everything you need?”

Apart from a million dollars and a man who isn’t a complete asshole?

“Sure.” I smile back at the high-school football coach cliché that is Morgan Blake, owner and manager of the Wildcats NFL team.

Morgan nods, his weak chin at odds with his muscular frame. “I’ll send Chance Adams in first. Have you heard of him?”

Who hasn’t? My football knowledge may extend about as far as my quantum physics knowledge, but Chance Adams is a household name. The Wildcats quarterback did an eighteen-month tour of Afghanistan before finishing junior college and he was a rising star. One of the few walk-ons to make the team instead of being drafted from college. Chance was a real American hero… And perpetually DTF playboy, or so I’ve heard.

I don’t know much about football, sure...

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