Player's Ultimatum by Koko Brown

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Yvonne Floyd's best friend and gay soccer player Robbie Gutierrez proposes the impossible, pose as his fiancée until he can ink a lucrative contract. Hounded day and night by the media's constant speculation over his sexual orientation, Robbie doesn't want to run the risk of losing his career over who he sleeps with. Although Yvonne feels Robbie has lost his marbles, she takes one for the team.
Unfortunately, when Yvonne is initiated into the fast-paced world of international soccer, she's ill-prepared for a mutual attraction to Robbie's teammate, Paolo Saito. And when the Japanese-Brazilian footballer discovers her secret and turns the tables on her, Yvonne loses sight of her goal and risks sacrificing more than just her heart. Publisher Warning: Strong language, explicit sexual content,and adult themes. For more about Koko Brown and her books visit

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Ever since the age of nine, KoKo Brown has had a love for the written word. In the fourth grade, she published her own newspaper. Turning a tidy profit from the very first issue, the publication was put out of business by Koko's grade school principal, who didn't appreciate outside competition against the school's newspaper. Undaunted, KoKo has never strayed too far from her "passion", whether it was writing for her college's literary magazine, bringing some "liveliness" to her local newspaper's obituary page, or writing web page content, blogs and ads to attract visitors to Florida's east coast. When not writing, this Florida native likes spending time with family and friends, riding her Yamaha 650 Classic, surfing the internet, or traveling to exotic locales.
Published November 27, 2011 by Koko Brown. 287 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction, Sports & Outdoors. Fiction

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