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Dating The Player (The Legends Book 1) Kindle Edition
Can this bad boy player score the good girl or will he fumble the pass?
I’m not the kind of girl people expect a football fan to be.
With my kitten sweaters and glasses, I look more like a librarian than a social media manager. But managing Dakota “Sexiest Quarterback Alive” North?
Maybe I should have spent less time on kittens and more on studying self control.
Keeping his big mouth off the internet is one thing.
But now all his attention is on me.
And that mouth of his . . . well, talking isn’t the only thing it's good for.
I just have to get through the week, and my real life can begin. One week managing Dak 24/7. Just 168 hours of his relentless flirting and me pretending I’m not secretly in love with him.
I don’t need a tweet’s worth of characters to sum it up:
This player has broken through my defensive line.
We have nothing in common.
The way he looks at me, talks to me, is incredibly inappropriate.
So why hasn’t my body gotten the message?
It’s time for my head to talk to my heart—and other parts—to ask...
What is more important—losing my virginity to a bad boy quarterback or keeping my job?
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- ASIN : B08WF2TYQN
- Publication date : May 17, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 3081 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 220 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #36,956 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed in the United States on May 20, 2021
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Dak & Eloise were first introduced in Halftime Husband. I was beyond excited that Dak & Eloise were getting to tell their story & it was definitely worth the wait. I have never had a book make me so happy while reading before. I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough.
Dak was known for speaking before thinking and I loved that about him. He would say and do anything he wanted without worrying how it affected others. Eloise was the complete opposite where she was a ruler follower. I loved how they balanced each other. They brought out the best in each other. I loved going on their journey.
I am not ready to leave these characters & their world behind. And thankfully I won’t have to anytime soon. I can’t wait for Train & Sydney’s book next.
I voluntarily reviewed this book.
I loved seeing these two feel their way through their courtship. Dak is clueless in a cute way. Eloise is a strong, outspoken woman who isn’t afraid to call him on his shortcomings. It was the push and pull that had me reading.
Loved this book so much that I am catching up on the rest of the series.
Eloise and Dakota are the most adorable couples, and they have serious chemistry, whose (almost) every interaction made me awww and grin.
This may have been the first book I've read from Erin in a long time, but it will certainly not be the last. Not by a long shot.
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Eloise works for the football team in the PR department, combining her love of the sport with work. One of her favourite things is that one of the players, Dakota North always talks to her when he's in the office. She's convinced he is messing with her.
Everything changes when her boss sends her away to Dak's parents with him "to keep an eye on him" and to stop him from causing problems on social media. The challenge is a tough one, made harder by Eloise's crush, and she can't believe it when Dak really ramps up the flirting with her. How can he be attracted to nerdy Eloise?
Such a lovely sweet journey with these two, made difficult by Eloise's self doubt.