Tawdra Kandle writes romance, in just about all its forms. She loves unlikely pairings, strong women, sexy guys, hot love scenes and just enough conflict to make it interesting. Her books include young adult and new adult paranormal romance, new adult and adult contemporary romance and adult paramystery romance. She lives in central Florida with a husband, kids, sweet pup and too many cats. And yeah, she rocks purple hair.
Football is everything, but love is the only game that matters.
All I’ve ever wanted is Leo.
But football is my biggest rival for his love.
In the end . . . who wins the only game that matters?
Read the three-book series that will take you from the highs of first love to the painful lows of heartbreak and loss, all set amidst the pageantry and passion of football.
Nate: He's been in love with Quinn since junior high. She's always been his fierce protector, the one person who looks beyond his physical challenges to see who he really is. But Nate knows the hard truth. Leo holds Quinn's heart. He's the one she loves. Still . . . Nate won’t give up, not even when all seems lost.
Quinn: She's tired of waiting for Leo to realize that he loves her. But even when he finally admits his feelings for her, Quinn’s loyalty to Nate and doubts about Leo could destroy their friendship.
Leo: He's the football star, the guy all the girls yearn to have. But the one girl he secretly needs--Quinn--is the one he's afraid to want. He knows she's too good for him, but he can't seem to resist loving her anyway . . . no matter what the cost to all of them.
Amid the joys and heartache of first love, crushing loss and unthinkable decisions, Leo, Quinn and Nate struggle to find their way forward without losing each other.
PLUS an added, never-before-published short, FOURTH AND LONG AND the brand-new Keeping Score prequel book, YOUNG.
Everyone knows Ryan Riggs—everyone who follows minor league baseball, that is. He's the player with the hair-trigger temper, the bad shoulder, and the smoking hot looks. He's also a single dad in need of a nanny—which makes him my new boss.
Simple. Except for one thing: We had a one-night stand five years ago.
We're trying to be professional. But it was one of the best nights of my life, and the more I work with him, the more I'm thinking about a repeat.
He's battling his demons, and I might be the only one who can help him win.
Looks like I have my work cut out for me.