Love in Play by Zuri Day

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Synopsis

Zuri Day spins a captivating and sexy tale of taking charge, letting loose, and playing for keeps. . .

With her curvaceous full figure and a mega-successful magazine career, Dominique Clark is finally large-and-in-charge of her life. The last thing she needs is romantic drama—especially in the form of her son's football coach, Jake McDonald, a man who's used to calling the shots. Yet when their instant attraction leads to a sizzling all-night sexual marathon, they agree that several rematches are in order just to get each other out of their systems. The loving is good, but their differences of opinion have Dominique's head screaming time out. Her heart, however, wants to stay in the game. . .

"A completely entertaining love story...Day's use of humor and good sense creates a completely readable novel."—RT Book Club on Body By Night

"Day spins an erotic...tale of love in unexpected places." —Publishers Weekly on Lessons From A Younger Lover

"The pages of Body By Night are dripping with fire and desire." —The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers

"Day writes with zest and sensual appeal. The descriptions of food edge the bedroom scenes, but not by much."—Publishers Weekly on What Love Tastes Like

 

About Zuri Day

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Zuri Day snuck her first Harlequin romance from her older sister's off-limits collection and was hooked from page one. Knights in shining armor and happily-ever-afters filled her teen years and spurred a lifelong love of reading. That Zuri now creates these stories as a full-time author is a dream come true! Splitting her time between the stunning Caribbean islands and southern California, and always busy writing her next novel, Zuri still loves to connect with readers via Zuri@ZuriDay.com.
 
Published December 6, 2011 by Kensington Books. 385 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Sports & Outdoors. Fiction

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Day (Lovin’ Blue) smartly limits the sex-as-sports analogies in this sweet, hot contemporary. Dominique Clark, a tall and curvy fashion magazine editor, is smitten by ex-pro football player Jake McDon

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Handsome restaurateur Nick Rollins comes to her rescue, but despite the sizzling heat between them, Tiffany doesn't want to be rescued—certainly not by Nick, who's too much like the workaholic father who broke her heart.

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Day hits her stride with the enchanting Morgan Men series kickoff.

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But Jake relentlessly challenges Dominique’s trust issues and pursues a real relationship using a mix of sex appeal, charm, great cooking skills, and his honestly good mentoring relationship with her talented son.

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