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Luca Carrington was a first round draft pick for the Chicago Bears. It was the one team he didn't want to be a part of. He wanted to get as far as possible from Chicago and the negative memories of his childhood. After being put in his place by the head coach he's had an attitude adjustment. Training camp is the real test, the make it or break it test that will determine whether he is cut out to become a professional football player. Lucas Carrington is all in, ready to prove his worth as a starter quarterback and a team player. On the very first day of camp he is injured by a runaway water cart being pushed by one of the intern trainers. He doesn't know if he was knocked silly by the cart or the beautiful intern behind the beast. He's ready for some intense therapy with this stunning beauty. He knows she's off limits but when he finds out she is the coach's daughter it makes her all the more unattainable. He never allowed women to be a distraction in his football career but Gillian Whitney is commanding his attention.
Gillian Whitney has lived professional football all her life. It's natural that she would pursue a career as an athletic trainer. She also promised her father that once she got her doctorate degree she would leave professional sports behind and live a normal life. In her mind football is the normal life but her father has different ideas. This summer is going to be the last time attending training camp as an intern trainer. She intends to make the most of it before she returns to school in Florida. On the first day she runs down the new star quarterback with a water cart, not a good start. After a minor injury she feels like it is her responsibility to take care of the sexy quarterback. She didn't count on falling hopelessly in love. Their time is on the clock. When training camp ends will their relationship survive when their careers are on different paths?
This book stood out among all the sports romance novels because it took the reader from beginning of the rookie days through the professional aspect of football. The reader was able to experience professional football from different points of view in the field. Through Lucas readers got to see the players point of view. Through Gillian we got to see how the athletes remain well oiled machines. Through Gillian's father readers got to see how a coach executes plays while dealing with the business side of professional sports. The best part was experiencing two people finding a love that was worth fighting for. Hot Stuff by Kim Karr is a winner!
The push and pull of what to do given the situation is great. Pro football player and Med Staff intern (who also happens to be related to the coach) is a classic problem.
I love that Lucas and Gillian are wonderfully written characters with depth and flaws that everyone can understand. While they understand the issue with being together and falling in love, they can't seem to fight the risk. The sexy scene's are spicy and hot. The friendships with the other staff and players is great (haven't heard "Jelly" in that reference in years - hehe)
The back ground story of both of their family lives is interesting and one that I wasn't expecting but did cry at Gillian's. It was sorry tragic but one done to protect the love between mother/father/child.
Wonderfully written book and a great read. I would recommend this to everyone who likes romance, sports and fun characters.
Please note that I received this as an ARC for review.
Gillian Whitney is determined to enjoy her last summer as an athletic intern with her father’s team before she gets her doctorate and goes after the normal life he’s always wanted for her, but then she met the new quarterback by way of injury. He’s too full of himself, but so handsome it drives her to distraction and things will just go wrong.
Lucas and Gillian are instantly attracted to each other, sparks are flying like a 4th of July firework display and, though they both know a relationship is off-limits and the cons are way more than the pros, there is no stopping the lust train and they are going for the ride of their lives!
I really enjoyed this book. Despite the fact that I’m not football savvy, I could follow the way it’s written and all the references to the sport and I could understand how these couple lives and breathes the sport. Then, there’s their personalities, the relationship they develop and how their feelings grow and evolve.
The story is well written and flows effortlessly. I liked the characters, their interaction and backstories, knowing how these two were shaped into the people they are and what drives them as well as the secondary characters who somehow affect the decisions they make.
In my book, Lucas and a Gillian are a couple one should not miss.
*An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review*