Sunday, June 2, 2013

The Reluctant Wag by Mary Costello

The Reluctant WagThe Reluctant Wag by Mary Costello
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Merise Merrick never wanted to be a model but when opportunity came knocking at her door it seemed an ideal solution for her draining funds and a way to continue her education as a journalist. When her first modeling gig is to be the face of Yarraside Football Club, she reminds herself it is about the paycheck not that she has absolutely no interest in sports.

AFL captain Cal McCoy is everything a sports figure should be, a leader, handsome, focused, and if the tabloids are correct a bit of a playboy. He isn’t looking for distractions but when he sees Merise for the first time, he can’t get her image out of his head. That is until they get to know one another, Merise makes some unfounded judgment’s against Cal and Cal does the same where Merise is concerned. Even through their turbulent working relationship, they both seem to want the same thing, each other, but they can’t seem to find a way to tell one another. Will they both realize they belong together before it is too late?

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