[Free eBook] Once Upon a Power Play by Jennifer Bonds [Contemporary Sports Romance]

Once Upon a Power Play by Jennifer Bonds, is the 2nd novel in her Risky Business of series of f/m contemporary career romance, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Macmillan’s Entangled: Brazen imprint.

The series is centred around career professionals and their workplace issues, and this story involves a sidelined hockey player who tries to practice his moves on a woman on the rebound, whom he bonds with over an armed robbery incident. Offered through May 1st, available worldwide at multiple retailers.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Kobo, iTunes, Google Play, eBooks.com, BookShout (online reading & in-app download)

Description
Sidelined by a potentially career-ending injury, the only thing hockey player Ryan Douglas should be thinking about is his recovery. But after sharing a near death experience with a spunky brunette, the only thing on his mind is five and a half feet of sexy sarcasm. And he’ll do whatever it takes to get her back in his bed—even if it means playing dirty.

Chloe Jacobs is done with fairytales. And men. She’s kissed her share of frogs and what’s it gotten her? Dumped by text—again. The last thing she needs is a pushy, arrogant hockey player testing her resolve. Especially one who’s sinfully good with his hands and thinks date-by-blackmail is a perfectly acceptable social convention.

Ryan wants to play games? Fine by her, but this is one faceoff he’s going to lose.

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The public persona of a private person.

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