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Endurance by Amy Daws

Narration by Will M. Watt and Charlotte Cole Endurance is perfect for fans of sports romances with smart heroines and the jock heroes who capture their hearts. This being the second book in the Harris Series (see the AudioGals review for Book 1, Challenge), I already knew that I enjoyed Ms. Daws’ witty writing and …

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Challenge by Amy Daws

Narrated by Will M. Watt, Charlotte Cole, and Martin Foster What a pleasant surprise! This audiobook had a little bit of everything. I was expecting a sports romance featuring a playboy star player, but what I heard was so much more. From the witty and comical banter to the romance and even the conflict resolution …

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Not Another Bad Date by Rachel Gibson

Narrated by Nicole Poole You might have to have read the entire Writer Friends series to truly grasp the irony of how I first came to read Not Another Bad Date. Each writer is the heroine of one of the 4 books in the series, and Adele writes fantasy/paranormal. Although her story is last, her …

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First Star I See Tonight by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Narrated by Nicole Poole Susan Elizabeth Phillips (SEP) is one of my top favorite authors – she writes funny, quirky, contemporary romance with heart and emotion and sometimes the weirdest plotlines that somehow work (brainy scientist passes as a stripper to get pregnant by a football player?). I find I do relistens of the Chicago …

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The Wall of Winnipeg and Me by Mariana Zapata

Narrated by Callie Dalton The Wall of Winnipeg and Me refers to a giant of a football player, Aiden Graves, from Canada, now playing for the NFO (National Football Organization) Dallas team, the Three Hundreds, and Aiden’s personal assistant Vanessa. (American football, by the way.) Told in first person by Vanessa, it’s really her story …

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Kulti by Mariana Zapata 

Narrated by Callie Dalton Wow! Being the mother of a daughter who plays competitive travel sports, the blurb of Kulti grabbed my attention. The thought of a woman falling in love with her childhood idol turned adult coach was a novel (albeit scary when I think of my daughter) spin that I had never previously …

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See Jane Score by Rachel Gibson

Narrated by Kathleen Early I first read See Jane Score in print several years ago as part of my quest to read all 100 of the current All About Romance Top 100 Romance Novels*. It was my first Gibson, and I’ve long since glommed and totally caught up. The combination of hunky sports hero and …

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