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Waiting on Wednesday: Silver-Tongued Devil (Portland Devils, Book 1) by Rosalind James

 "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that you are eagerly anticipating.

Today, I am waiting on:  
Silver-Tongued Devil (Portland Devils, Book 1) by Rosalind James



No more wild rides. No more wild side.

Blake Orbison’s pro football career with the Portland Devils may have come crashing to an end, but not calling the signals anymore just gives him more time to devote to his business enterprises, including the latest and greatest: the opening of the Wild Horse Resort in scenic north Idaho. And that other one, too. Blake’s on the marriage track now, and he’s got a game plan. But when he runs into a trespasser leaping from his shoreline boulders into his lake, what’s a good ol’ boy to do but strip down and join her?

Dakota Savage is nobody’s temporary diversion, least of all the man responsible for her family’s semi-desperate circumstances. Some people may think she has a piercing too many, but she’s had more than enough of being called trash in this town. She’s come home to Wild Horse to run her stepfather’s painting business, and any extra time she has goes into creating her stained glass. An overpaid, entitled, infuriating NFL quarterback is no part of her life plan, no matter how sweet he talks. No matter how slow he smiles. No matter what.
Rosalind James' Escape to New Zealand series is probably my favorite contemporary romance series that's still being written; it's about hot rugby players in NZ.  So I definitely can't wait for her new series about the NFL! Silver-Tongued Devil is scheduled to be released on November 15, 2016!

What books are you waiting on this Wednesday??

Comments

  1. Ok, this title is new to me but I'm totally going to check the series out!
    Thanks for sharing, and hope you enjoy the read :)

    Here's my WoW!

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  2. Haven't read of this author before. The blurb sounds like this will be a fun read.

    My WOW

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  3. Nice pick! Not my kind of read but I do hope you positively love it once you read it!

    Here's my WoW

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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  4. This one sounds pretty good and something I would definitely like!

    My WOW!

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  5. Oh I've not heard of this series before, but I'm always a fan of sports and romance in a book, this also reminds me of The Wall of Winnipeg and Me, a book I really enjoyed, so thank you for putting this series on my radar, I shall definitely be checking it out! :)

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  6. I do love a good sports romance! I'll look forward to hearing what you think of this one.

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  7. I'm not so sure about sports romances, they're getting a little frequent. I'd be choosy about them, needless to say this sounds like one that 's worthy of reading. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I'm not really a sports romance kind of gal, but I hope you love this one. The cover is fantastic. :D

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