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Places in My Heart
by Sheryl Lister


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He's got all the right moves

Omar Drummond is a pro football superstar with a body that's a pure work of art. But Morgan Gray is forbidden to act on their chemistry, or repeat their impulsive kiss. Proving her worth as a sports agent means securing the notorious celebrity as a client, not a lover.  Read more...


 
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Overview

He's got all the right moves

Omar Drummond is a pro football superstar with a body that's a pure work of art. But Morgan Gray is forbidden to act on their chemistry, or repeat their impulsive kiss. Proving her worth as a sports agent means securing the notorious celebrity as a client, not a lover. Yet between flowers, sweet notes and heady hotel interludes, Omar is shamelessly seducing her

Other agentsand exeshave tried using Omar as a meal ticket, and he's closed himself off from emotional entanglements. With Morgan, it's a whole new playbook. Smart and tough, she can negotiate a contract and turn him on all in one go, and he craves more. But in matters of trust, he's just fumbled badly. To win her, he has to show her the man he can be away from the pitch and the limelight, and hope that this time they're both playing for keeps.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780373864706
  • ISBN-10: 0373864701
  • Publisher: Kimani Press
  • Publish Date: September 2016
  • Page Count: 224

Series: Grays of Los Angeles

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Books > Fiction > Romance - Contemporary
Books > Fiction > Romance - African American

 
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2016-08-22
  • Reviewer: Staff

In Lister’s unsatisfying second Grays of Los Angeles contemporary (after Tender Kisses), attorney Morgan Gray finally gets a chance at her dream career of being a sports agent, putting her at odds with the original plan of her staying in the family business. Morgan knows football as well as the players do; however, being a woman makes it difficult for her to break into the business. Then football star Omar Drummond hires Morgan to replace his agent, whom he suspected of embezzlement. She proves to be a fierce negotiator who doesn’t indulge in league politics, and Omar feels her physical beauty only enhances her intelligence. His gentlemanly nature soon thwarts Morgan’s plans to keep their relationship strictly professional, but the tabloids are eager to portray him as a philanderer, and Morgan doesn’t want her career to be tainted by gossip of sexual favors, so they attempt to keep the relationship secret until after he signs his contract. The emotional conflict is based on a double standard—Morgan demands unquestioning trust from Omar but refuses to give him the same—and lacks any real depth, and it’s difficult for readers to empathize with the cranky, unyielding heroine. (Oct.)

 
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