Football Widows by Pat Tucker

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A glimpse into the secret and unique lives of the women behind NFL coaches—game day takes on a whole new meaning as these lonely women turn up the heat off the field.

During football season, when NFL coaches gear up for war on the gridiron, their wives are left to fend for themselves. NFL wife B.J. Almond has had enough. When she walks in to find her head coach husband in bed with one of his assistant coaches’ wives, she is livid. But what really sets her off is when she discovers the other wives knew about the affair all along. Now she’s furious and hungry for revenge. And what better way to exact that revenge than to air everyone’s dirty laundry in a juicy tell-all book!

B.J. knows where all the bodies are buried, and she’s digging up all the dirt. But before she starts writing, she’s running up the score with a lawsuit against her husband and his mistress. Armed with flight records, copies of naughty emails, phone records, and pictures, B.J. isn’t holding back. And neither are the other football wives, who will stop at nothing to keep their dirty secrets from going public.

About Pat Tucker

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Many of Pat Tucker's stories are ripped from the headlines and focus on socially conscious themes. Pat’s work has generated tons of media coverage and has been featured on the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show,, Yahoo Shine, Hello Beautiful, Ebony magazine, and a slew of local TV and radio stations. By day, Pat works as a radio news director in Houston. By night, she is a talented writer with a knack for telling page-turning stories. A former television news reporter, she draws on her background to craft stories readers will love. With more than fifteen years of media experience, the award-winning broadcast journalist has worked as a reporter for ABC, NBC, and Fox-affiliate TV stations and radio stations in California and Texas.
Published October 4, 2011 by Strebor Books. 369 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Sports & Outdoors. Fiction

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As she holes up in the Ritz, supposedly writing, she recalls them all—the time she had to rescue one friend who was left nude and dazed in a no-tell motel, the trip she took so another could get anonymous treatment for an STD—in lurid detail.

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