Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Sleeping With the Enemy by Tracy Solheim

Sleeping With the Enemy blog tour and meet a football team owner who’s a real player, and the woman who’s ready to call him out on everything. Bridgett finds herself working with Jay, the man who broke her heart, but working beside her former lover may be too much for her body—and her heart—to resist.

Genre: Romance 

About the book: Dot-com millionaire Jay McManus is discovering that owning a pro football team like the Baltimore Blaze isn’t easy. An anonymous blogger is out to destroy his reputation, and now his team is being sued by its own cheerleaders. If Jay’s not careful, he could lose big—and not just financially.

Bridgett Janik’s brother may play for the Baltimore Blaze, but she’s not thrilled to be defending Jay McManus, the man who broke her heart. It’s bad enough she has to mingle with Jay during games, but working beside her former lover may be too much for her body—and her heart—to resist.

Jay’s determined not to let Bridgett slip away from him a second time. But, as the two follow the mysterious blogger’s trail, secrets—both past and present—are revealed, and Jay and Bridgett must decide if their relationship can be something more than just sleeping with the enemy.

My Thoughts: Love stories how much I love them. Some love story books are very cheesy and predictable but not this one. Jay was so cute and I loved him most of all. He was a very successful man who own a professional football team. However he finds it to be a challenge. There was just something that made Jay stand out the most and its not because he was the main character. There was just a spark. Now I really don't like reading many love books but the plot in this story did lose my interest at first. Until the story began to pick up. I flew through the book so fast I'm planning to reread it in the near future. I raved about it to one of my book club members Shawn and he's very hard to persuade to read. He feel in love and he told me he read it twice. Get this book and read it ASAP its not a book you would want to pass up. 


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