Roughing the Passer by Jami Davenport
(Seattle Lumberjacks Book 6)

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Tyler Harris returns in this finale to Jami Davenport's bestselling Seattle Lumberjacks series
#1 in Sports Fiction

It's time for bad-boy quarterback Tyler Harris to put up or shut up--and to win the ring he's been avoiding his whole life.

BREAKING THE PATTERN

Two years without a ring on your finger is enough to drive any girl crazy, especially Lavender Gerloch. She loves her bad-boy quarterback, but he only prizes one type of ring--the kind you get from winning the Super Bowl. So it's time to say goodbye.

Tyler Harris hasn't been hit so hard in years. Why would anyone want to ruin a perfectly good relationship by making it official? But Lavender's flight seems to suggest just that, and even worse, his friends' wives have huddled with her to run a game-winning play. Coming is the biggest showdown of his life, and there'll be no refs calling unnecessary roughness. He's down by four. Already he's drifted out of the pocket, Lavender is ducking and weaving, and there'll be only one chance to beat the defense. It will all come down to three...two...one...
 

About Jami Davenport

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Jami Davenport has been writing since she was old enough to know the alphabet. An advocate of happy endings, Jami writes sexy romantic comedy, sizzling suspense, and equestrian fiction.Jami lives on a small farm near Puget Sound with her husband, a former Green Beret turned plumber, two dogs large enough to saddle, a prince disguised as an orange tabby cat, and an opinionated Hanoverian mare. Jami is a sports fan and loves football. She's been a rabid Seahawk fan and season-ticket holder through the good and bad times.In her spare time, Jami rides and shows her dressage horse and grows roses. An avid boater, Jami has spent countless hours in the San Juan Islands, the setting for her first two books. A third-generation Washingtonian, Jami has never lived anywhere else. In her opinion, it's the most beautiful place on earth.
 
Published November 25, 2014 by Boroughs Publishing Group. 74 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Many of the Seattle Lumberjacks team members are happily coupled now (see, e.g., Backfield in Motion; Time of Possession), but not hardheaded quarterback Tyler Harris. He had it good with Lavender Gerloch, but a girl can only stick around for so long without a full-out commitment. Despite deep lo...

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