Quarterback Tyler Oakes plays hard and parties even harder. That reckless lifestyle nearly derailed his career, and now the Birmingham Rebels are Ty’s last shot at football immortality. But staying out of trouble can take its toll—especially for a man with a taste for girls and guys. Because curvy, gorgeous Randi McInish is just the kind of trouble he’d like to get into.
A tough-as-nails undercover cop, Randi meets her match in Ty. After they get wrapped up together in a drug bust and a high-speed car chase, Randi’s eager to take the notorious bad boy for another wild ride. Turns out Ty already has something in mind. When he introduces her to the Rebels’ sexy new quarterback coach, things start heating up a little too fast for Randi.
Brian Mason coached Ty in college, and boy do they have history together. With Brian taking control on the field and in the bedroom, they were an unstoppable team. But Brian, blindsided by love, ran from his feelings for Ty. He won’t let Randi make the same mistake. Both men agree they need more than each other. They want a woman they can share. And when they make a pleasure play for Randi, all three are sure to score.
Elizabeth's Review3.5 Stars - Worth a Readers Time
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Confession time - I was a little ambivalent going into reading this book. I had mixed feeling after reading Broken Play, the first book in the series and curiosity more than anything else had me reading this one. I'm glad I decided to give Ms. Kane and Calling the Play a Chance.
Be warned, if you aren't interested in reading smoking sexy time scenes, then this isn't the book for you. There were times when my kindle was smoking from the heat generated by the Ty, Randi, Brian triangle.
What this book had, that I felt was missing from the first book, was an emotional element for all three of the principle characters. Not only were Ty and Brian reconnecting and resolving issues from their prior relationship, but we also got an in depth look at some of the emotional issues Randi was bringing to the table. The emotional connections helped me enjoy this book a more than I expected.