Dan Jenkins is an award-winning sportswriters and a bestselling novelist. After 15 years of writing for newspapers in Fort Worth and Dallas, he became nationally known for his stories in Sports Illustrated for more than a quarter century, and since then for his articles in Golf Digest. Three of his bestselling novels--Semi-Tough, Dead Solid Perfect, and Baja Oklahoma--were made into movies. Dan is one of only three writers to be inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame; he has received the PEN Lifetime Achievement Award for Literary Sportswriting; and the Associated Press Sports Editors named him the 33rd recipient of the Red Smith Award, the highest honor in his profession. Dan and his wife June live in Texas.
Dashing eventer Rory is ready to button up his breeches and settle down. His gorgeous wife, Lottie, wants a bank balance in the black so she can protect the beautiful family estate for future generations.
But with the wedding business at Tipping House going up in flames, and rumours that it was arson not accident, Lottie begins to wonder who she can trust with her future.
Tranquil Tippermere is under siege as movies moguls and insurance investigators invade the countryside, and as events gather pace rescue plans start to look too good to be true, and intentions may not be as honourable as they seem.
As a moody, but definitely marvellous, polo player enters the fray and squares up to the eventing hero of Tippermere, does Lottie stand to lose her husband as well as her home?
'A great treat for readers...jam-packed with sexy men and horses.' Bestselling author Fiona Walker
With the air filled with eager anticipation, it is a picture-perfect evening for the Saints to battle their worthy opponent, the devilish Virginia Villains. Chosen to play quarterback in the second half of the game, J. C. has one big problem he has never played football. With Apostles and Saints as his teammates, J. C. and Coach Fumble Pitts somehow manage to pull off a few miraculous plays that include walking on water, speaking in tongues, and a Hail Mary pass like no other.
ALL SAINTS PLAY is a humorous tale filled with delightful and despicable characters who prove that sometimes all a football team needs to win is a miraculous intervention.
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