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Game For Tonight (Game for It Book 3) by [Erickson, Karen]
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Length: 242 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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"Fast paced, steamy, and fun." -- Reviews by Tammy and Kim

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  • File Size: 1343 KB
  • Print Length: 242 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Brazen (November 17, 2014)
  • Publication Date: November 17, 2014
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Take one publicist who has had a crush on the second string quarterback for ages, add one athlete who lives by a “no distractions” mantra, throw in a little determination and you get one night of passion that is going to be a lot more life changing than either expected.

Karen Erickson gives us another hot football player, though this one comes with a twist…..and it's not something you read every day. It was refreshing and an interesting twist.

Flynn Foley is star on the rise, if only he could get some more field time. Even though he’s not the starting quarterback for the Hawks he trains like he is and has a laser like focus on his training and goals. Nothing can break that focus, no distractions mean no women, few parties and a clean lifestyle. That is till his publicist makes a play for him at a party and things go from professional to personal very quickly.

Aubrey Cooper is the assistant publicist for the Hawks, has just found out her ex-boyfriend has moved on via Facebook and is about to break the no dating policy that her company has by tracking down Flynn for a kiss at least. She’s heard the rumours about him, it’s her job too. But come on, he’s really a virgin? Well she’s about to break the rules so why not find out once and for all.

When a night of passion that neither one will ever forget becomes public knowledge and they both are hauled in for questions by the bosses, a plan is devised to make the owner happy. One that involves them “dating” for real. Just til the season is over, for the media’s sake.

Flynn though hesitant at first, comes around. Yes he’s always had a no distraction rule but for Aub he’s willing to try.
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Ohhh this is a FANTASTIC one! I sincerely do NOT want this series to end. It combines two of my all time favorite things - hot men and football. But Game for Tonight offered so much more. Flynn is a good guy. He just is. He has the perfect makings of a guy you would want to be with. He has his pride, but can share his feelings too. And let's not forget he can have a dirty mouth when the situation warrants it. Aubrey, she's his equal. A perfect compliment to his good guy image, is a good girl. One with loyalties, and ethics. And who also has no trouble burning up those sheets with her aforementioned good guy. These two are polished and demure on the outside, but when they close the doors they can get down and dirty in a hurry (unintentional rhyme).

Flynn and Aubrey together made this a gripping read. I just love them. I can't even pinpoint one specific thing, but they mix the ultimate perfect blend of sexy and sweet. When their hands are forced into keeping up the appearances of their one-night stand and turning it into a relationship a lot more is on the line than Flynn realizes. Although, let's be real here - Aubrey may feel guilty, but I swear from the very beginning the feelings were there to justify a relationship on both of their ends. So while she should have told him the truth, I don't think it demeans their relationship at all throughout the book.

I will be completely honest, I thought I wasn't going to like the one aspect of Flynn's love life that was brought to attention before their first encounter. I won't ruin it for you, but it had the potential to be a no-go for me. Only for the fact that things could get real awkward. HOWEVER, my dear, genius, Karen Erickson handled it beautifully, and I think realistically.Making this book a no holds bar a must read for me.
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There were many parts of this story that I loved, but there were some that I really didn't like as well. Aubrey and Flynn both work for the Hawks football team - so a relationship is off limits. But they've been dancing around the flirtations for awhile so their close friends aren't too surprised when something happens. Their bosses are quite upset though and set up a plan for them to have a "pretend" relationship.

This is the part of the story line I just didn't get. Why ask them to have a pretend relationship when they are basically starting a real one? It just didn't seem to flow very well and I knew it was there just to cause a conflict later - which of course it did. It seemed like it was a conflict just for the sake of having a conflict. There were plenty of other issues that could have been used to cause the drama and intensity that you see in romance novels. Oh, and the whole star football player still being a virgin just seemed a bit unbelievable in general.

What I really liked was the way the side characters interacted with our main characters and the obvious chemistry between Flynn and Aubrey. They were made for each other. They had sex a little too often - I wanted more story, but the story that was there was very well written and I was rooting for them to make it work long term the whole way through.

My favorite part of the book was the final football game. Karen Erickson really built up the intensity and I felt like I was there cheering for the team right along with everyone else. I held my breath and crossed my fingers and squealed a little inside when they made a good play. It was a great ending and a very emotional one for everybody in such a great way.

*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*
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