- Release Date
- July 2017
- Book 4 of Birmingham Rebels
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ
The Birmingham Rebels play both sides of the field, proving that the hottest action isn't always in the arena.
Rookie running back Tom Kelly loves the perks of football stardom. Men, women—there's no shortage of companionship for a pro athlete who's hot, young, and willing, and Tom is definitely willing. But deep down he wants a committed three-way relationship, especially if the female in the middle is Carmina de la Cruz. The undeniably sexy Army veteran may not say much, but her body speaks loud and clear.
After a traumatic tour in Afghanistan, Carmina is struggling to regain her speech and rebuild her life. More than anything, she wants to feel like a woman again. Tom may be a wholesome All-American, but he knows just how she needs to be touched—and he's not the only Rebel who arouses her interest. With his scorching intensity, Tom's best friend leaves her wondering if two players might be better than one.
Danny Smith is no stranger to his team's kinky reputation. He gave in to temptation once, but he's not going down that road again. Sure, Carmina's curves promise pleasure, but her eyes guarantee it comes with baggage—and Danny has enough of his own. Still, giving up control can feel so good. And when it comes to everything Danny craves, Carmina and Tom make the perfect team.
Book Review by Jackie (reviewer)
Jul 30, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
59 people found the following review helpful
My first book in this series, but I wasn't lost at all, although it made me want to read the other books. I love Tom and Carmina and Danny. I thought they were awesome in their own way, even with all their issues, and when they came together, they were dynamite! Their chemistry just sizzles from the pages. I love how believably drawn they were, and for this, I have to commend the author.
MISCONDUCT has a great plot and romance that held me captivated to my reader. I enjoyed this book a lot, and I can't wait for the next offering from Samantha Kane.
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