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Tiebreaker: It Takes Two, Book 2

Tiebreaker: It Takes Two, Book 2

Écrit par P. Dangelico

Raconté par Iggy Toma et Kasha Kensington


Tiebreaker: It Takes Two, Book 2

Écrit par P. Dangelico

Raconté par Iggy Toma et Kasha Kensington

évaluations:
4.5/5 (15 évaluations)
Longueur:
9 heures
Éditeur:
Sortie:
Jan 30, 2019
ISBN:
9781977336262
Format:
Livre audio

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Professional tennis star and everybody's darling, Maren Murphy is going home. Unfortunately, going home is the last thing she wants to do. She doesn't know what's worse, being named the executor of her grandfather's estate, or having to deal with her grandfather's business partner, Noah Callahan. That devil's spawn may have broken her young, tender heart, but this time it's advantage Murphy. If anyone's calling game, set, and match, it'll be Maren.

Re-match on.

Noah Callahan is a screw up. Well...he used to be a screw up. Bad-boy reputations, however, are not easily shed. He's been a successful business owner for over a decade. You would think the people in his hometown would've forgiven and forgotten already, but alas, no. Until his one shot at redemption walks back into his life. Maren Murphy is the only woman he ever loved - and the only one he purposely drove away.

She's vowed to hate him for all eternity. He's vowed to love her forever. Can a second chance be the tiebreaker?

Contains mature themes.

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Sortie:
Jan 30, 2019
ISBN:
9781977336262
Format:
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  • (3/5)
    Liked this better than the first book of the series. Loved that the athlete here is the heroine but I'm not a fan of her incessant fawning adoration. Also, the burning love (and resentment) after 10 years of separation is hardly believable. One is surely a different person already after that length of time? And who can honestly keep holding on to anger/hurt for that long?