New Cover and Preorder

I’m thrilled about this new cover for my latest offering, Playing to Win. Isn’t it gorgeous?

I mean, holy mackerel, right?

Playing to Win is a previously published novella which you may know by the title Twice as Daring. This story began its life as part of Carly Phillips’ Dare Kindle World. Now that Amazon is no longer publishing Kindle World stories, I have this story back.

Kindle World stories were previously only available on Amazon. Now that I’m re-releasing this novella, it will be available widely on all the best ebook retailer websites. I’m very excited about this. The Kindle World project was a good experience for me, however I’m not a huge fan of exclusivity and that was a compromise I had to make in order to be involved (and come on, it was Carly Phillips! So tempting!). I always prefer my books to be accessible to as many readers as possible, and in the format those readers like.

So I’m thrilled Abbi and Sam’s story will now be sold in more places. If you missed it before, your chance to read Playing to Win (I love the new title too) will come soon.

Please note also, I revised and expanded this story a little from the original version.

PREORDER LINKS: 

 

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iBooks link available soon. Keep checking my Standalone Stories page

About the book:

Publicist Abbi Lehman likes her job—until she finds herself working as a glorified babysitter for cocky-as-the-devil NFL star Sam Cormack. Sam is unpredictable, unruly, impossible—and impossibly sexy. When her boss insists she accompany Sam to a black tie restaurant opening, things really start to heat up. Soon she’s indulging in a hot tryst that threatens her career—and her heart.

Sam has wanted Abbi for a long time, but his bad boy reputation isn’t doing him any favors. She thinks he’s only interested in a fling, when with her he’s starting to see something more is within his grasp. He wants it all with Abbi, if he can only convince her he’s left his playboy days behind him.

That’s going to mean putting his heart on the line in the toughest game he’s ever played—one he can’t afford not to win.

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