Walk Like a Man by Sue Swift

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Champion quarterback Jim Wellman has had only one goal since childhood: to be the best quarterback in the NFL and win a Super Bowl ring. And he succeeded. But when an injury leaves him in a wheel chair, he loses his determination to win. Feeling powerless, he forces himself to come to grips with the fact that he's lost everything and will never walk again.

Marti's hearing nothing but nonsense from the arrogant celebrity athlete, and she's having none of it. While she's attracted to his bedroom smile and rugged good looks, she's intimidated by his fame--though she's not about to let him know that. What he needs is a good swift kick, and if anyone can goad him out of his wheel chair, it's Marti...

About Sue Swift

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Swift was a criminal defense attorney for twenty years.
Published May 29, 2012 by Etopia Press. 263 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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