WANTED: single dad needs nanny–In more ways than one.
Martin “Brick” Bricker is living the good life. He’s playing the sport he loves, has all the women he can handle, and parties like a rock star. At twenty-six, he has no interest in slowing down or taking anything seriously —except hockey, of course.
Then a knock at his door changes everything. Suddenly he’s the single father to a five-year-old daughter he didn’t know he had, and he’s trading his playboy ways for barbies.
“I loved everything about Game Changer” — Slick Reads, Guilty Pleasures (A Purest Delight)
“Five Stars! Add in a hot jock with a lot of opinions, an abundance of heart and just the right motivation and the race is on.” – Isha Coleman, Hopeless Romantic
“Jami Davenport has done it again, another great novel which blended two sports into one book and put many hearts on the line.” – My Timeout Book Blog
“This book will not disappoint! You won’t be able to put it down. “ – Hockey Girls Book Reviews
“The story line pulled me in from the get-go and was unlike anything else that I have read in the past, which was a really refreshing discovery. Highly recommend this one, it is sure to tug on your heartstrings and leave you with a smile!” – Reds Romance Reviews
“A new delve into horse racing from one of my favorite sports authors! A really enjoyable read” — Thoughts of a Blonde
“I loved this book, I was sucked in from the first page!” — Sweet and Spicy Reads
Purple hair looked good on Hunter McCoy.
He glanced at himself in the rearview mirror and smiled. Lilli would love his new look—even though she couldn’t exactly see him.
He put his truck in gear and zipped out of the parking lot, anxious to get home. Several minutes later, thanks to less-than-average Seattle area traffic, he drove down the gravel driveway to the country home he lived in with his sister, Lilli.
When horse racing and football collide, Hunter McCoy, star tight end of the Seattle Steelheads and neophyte horse owner, finds himself in a battle of wills with a sexy horsewoman and a stubborn, champion Thoroughbred.
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