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All Wound Up (A Play-by-Play Novel) Paperback – August 4, 2015
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Praise for the novels of Jaci Burton:
“One of the strongest sports romance series available.”—Dear Author
“Jaci Burton’s stories are full of heat and heart.”—Maya Banks, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Passionate, inventive, sexually explicit.”—USA Today
“A wild ride.”—Lora Leigh, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“Ms. Burton has a way of writing intense scenes that are both sensual and raw…Plenty of romance, sexy men, hot steamy loving, and humor.”—Smexy Books
About the Author
Jaci Burton is a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author who lives in Oklahoma with her husband and dogs. She has three grown children who are all scattered around the country having lives of their own. A lover of sports, Jaci can often tell what season it is by what sport is being played. She watches entirely too much television, including an unhealthy amount of reality TV. When she isn’t on deadline, which is often, Jaci can be found at her local casino, trying to become a millionaire (so far, no luck). Burton is the author of the Play-by-Play series including The Perfect Play, Changing the Game, Taking a Shot, Playing to Win, Thrown by a Curve, One Sweet Ride, Melting the Ice, Straddling the Line, and Quarterback Draw, and, with Lora Leigh, co-author of the anthologies Nauti and Wild and Nautier and Wilder. She’s a total romantic and loves a story with a happily ever after, which you’ll find in all her books.
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Tucker Cassidy is one of the Pitchers for the St. Louis Rivers baseball. While Tucker was at a party at the Owner of the Rivers, Clyde Ross, he met Dr. Aubry Ross during a horrible argument and breakup with his current girlfriend. At the time, Tucker didn't know that Aubry was the owner's daughter, but when he soon found out he was already attracted to her.
As Tucker continued to land in the Emergency Room from accidents he gets to know Claire and is attractive to each other, but cannot act on it, she is the owner’s daughter after all and off limits.
When they decided to get together (sizzle, passion and oh and great steamy loving), Clyde Ross told Tucker to leave her alone or he would trade him or worse, ruin his career. Tucker backs off and Claire is now confused and wondering why Tucker didn’t stand up to her father.
Find out what happens with Claire and Tucker. Can they make it or will Tucker’s career have to come first.
This is Tucker and Aubry's story. It is very real and will have you in stitches at times and shedding tears at other times.
Tucker is an up and coming baseball pitcher with the St.Louis Rivers team. Clayton Ross is the owner of the team and Aubrey is his daughter. Now that should give you a hint of how things are going to go.
Tucker and Aubry met in her father's wine cellar during one of his get to know the players parties. The circumstances were unusual, serious and funny all at the same time.
Aubry is on her way to being an emergency room doctor and was now a resident. Her father was proud of her but extremely protective. He is always telling her he is looking out for her and that she should stay focused. Work, study and sleep. There will be time for fun and romance once she has finally become a doctor.
The attraction between Tucker and Aubry is very strong and soon they are acting on it. They are having fun and enjoying each others company. But her father does not know about their 'friendship'.
TO find out more you will just have to read the book. This is a real page turner with smiles, tears and lots of hot sex. What are you waiting for?
The heroine, who is supposed to be this high-powered career gal doctor, turns out to be entirely middle-school girl when it comes to her relationship with the hero. She won't text him back because he waited too long to contact her after their hot date. She ignores his calls when he does something "wrong." Her girlfriend has to convince her to go out with the guy in the first place. And so on. I was more than halfway through the book before there was an inkling of the Big Conflict. They were just texting, calling, eating and oh yes, having sex. Lots and lots of sex. Other Play by Play novels explored conflicts such as death in the family; hiding a learning disability; escaping family expectations and repairing family feuds. In All Wound Up, the Big Conflict turns out to be something a teenager would probably shrug off and it all gets wrapped up quickly and there you go, we're set for Book 11.
In All Wound Up we meet another Cassidy, this one being Tucker Cassidy the only baseball player among all football players within his family.
Tucker is a recent addition to the Rivers baseball team and he has the pleasure of meeting Aubry Ross in a very unconventional way.
Aubry Ross a up and coming doctor whose father happens to own the Rivers meets Tucker at a team party at her parents home.
They might have met a time or two unconventionally but the chemistry is steamy from the get go and what you are hoping is that with the strains of both their careers they can make a relationship work.
What they don't expect are hurdles tossed their way but with a little bit of faith you just hope they can find that HEA.
If you are looking not only for a book but a series that will leave you with a smile on your face this is the one you don't want to miss
If you haven't read any of the books from the series, you really must, and you really don't need to be sports fan to enjoy them, though you might be when you finish. ;)
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All Wound Up is the tenth installment in the Play by Play series. In this novel we experience the ups and downs of Aubry, an ER physician and Tucker,...Read more