The king of the gridiron is about to get sacked by a beauty queen with a grudge as big as Texas.
Cash King rolls into Ryder, Texas looking for a little TLC and an ego boost from the townspeople who call him their favorite son. But that ain’t happening. Which is just the cherry on top of the crap sundae that is his life.
His football career is hanging by a thread.
His mom isn’t speaking to him.
His hometown is out for his blood.
And Tiger Lyons, the girl he did wrong in high school, is in charge of the renovations of his new home… and living in his pool house.
How’s the league’s premier quarterback supposed to rehab his battered body and regain his starting position, when the woman who still owns a piece of his heart—and now hates his ever-loving guts—in his face 24/7?
Uncaged Review: I should know better than to read a Jami Albright book right before bedtime.
What it does, is keep me up way too late reading, and this book was no exception. As a matter of
fact, I read this in one sitting, not because it’s short or because I should have, but I got so engrossed in
the story that I kept going until I finished it, and it was the wee hours of the morning when I finally
did. It was a great time, and I don’t regret a thing.
This book is full of the fun, snarky writing that is a hallmark of this author and an engrossing storyline.
I’ve read some reviews saying it’s a second chance romance, but it’s not, not really. It’s more
of an enemy to lover thing, because they never got to dating in high school. So being tossed back
together twelve years after that fateful Homecoming Dance, the sparks are flying and you will be
rooting for these two from the start. Cash really needs to quit being a jerk at times, and Tiger needs to knock that chip off her shoulder but give them time, they’ll get there. Fun times. Reviewed by