Love Game

Love Games, #1

Maggie Wells did a beautiful job on "Love Game". You could feel the tension between Kate and Danny as soon as they came on screen. Their first meeting was funny, hot, challenging and set the stage for the rest of the book. I love that women’s college basketball is a big deal in "Love Game". For most other books or towns it’s the men’s sports people go crazy over. Kate is an awesome coach and has every reason to feel cocky and to strut her stuff a little bit. When Danny comes to the school to coach the football team, things get crazy.

Her fascination/obsession with shoes made me crack up, I love the way she set up her office. It defines her perfectly. Kate is a role model to everybody on campus and she’s not afraid to tell someone to shove it when needed. When the school board tries to control her and Danny’s lives she shows them just how much in control she really is.

I really enjoyed reading "Love Game" and recommend it.


Book Blurb for Love Game

She's earned her position

Kate Snyder is at the top of her game. She scored her first national championship at Wolcott University in her undergrad days, and now she's the coaching legend of the #1 college women's basketball team. No one knows the meaning of the phrase "work your way up" better than Kate. So when the university hires a football coach trying to escape scandal—paying him a lot more than she earns—Kate is more than annoyed.

He just sailed into his

Danny McMillan had hoped for a smooth transition at Wolcott, but the fiery Coach Snyder made that impossible. Every time he and Kate are in a room together, snark and sparks fly. Danny gets her frustration, but her pay grade isn't his problem, right? When Kate and Danny finally see eye to eye, their sparks turn into something even hotter...and they need to figure out if this is more than just a game.


Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2018 4.00