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Title: PLAYING TO WIN BOX SEX
Author: Alix Nichols
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About Playing To Win Box Set:PLAYING TO WIN (The Complete Series Box Set)
3 hunky French athletes.
3 passionate women who fall under their spell.
3 hot and tender love stories.
BOOK 1: PLAYING WITH FIRE
Embroiderer Uma is all kinds of wrong for single dad Zach.
She’s his son’s nanny, still chaste at 23... and falling for him, hard and fast.
In short, she’s completely off-limits.
And just as completely irresistible.
BOOK 2: PLAYING FOR KEEPS
Ex-player Isabelle takes a job as a publicist for a Paris water-polo team.
That means she must face amnesiac coach Lucas, the jerk who broke her heart six years ago.
But Lucas is a brand-new man after his head trauma.
He has no idea why Isabelle is avoiding him — or why he is so drawn to her.
BOOK 3: PLAYING DIRTY
In his pimply teens, Julien was led on, played and publicly humiliated by Noemi.
Now a heartthrob and a sports star, he craves revenge.
Even as he still craves Noemi.
If you like single dad romances, revenge plots filled with angst and passion, and heartwarming second chance novels, you’ll love the PLAYING TO WIN series!
Exclusive Excerpt:Uma snatches the chocolate from the box and darts out the door into the garden. I drop the box and run after her.
She shoves the chocolate in her mouth.
“Cheater!” I narrow my eyes in what I hope is an intimidating glare. “You’re going to pay for this.”
She bolts, trying to get back into the house.
I block her way, towering over her. Uma retreats, turns around, and runs to the other end of the garden. I follow, hot on her heels. She doesn’t shriek, no doubt, so she won’t wake up Sam, whose window is open above us.
For two or three minutes, I chase Uma around the garden in silence. I’m faster, but she’s nimbler. Besides, I’ve no clue how I’m going to make her “pay” for her theft, so I’m not really putting my heart and soul into the pursuit. On our third round, Uma ducks under my arm and hightails it into the house, across the kitchen, and toward the stairs.
She’s hoping to make it to her bedroom and lock herself in.
Accelerating, I close the distance between us. She scrambles up the steps. I grab her shoulders from behind, putting an end to her delusion that she can outrun me. Giggling, she tries to break free. I wrap my arms around her to hold her. She stops thrashing. I pull her into me, tightening my hold. She stops laughing.
For a few moments, neither of us moves or makes a sound, pressed against each other, panting.
Her chest heaves underneath my forearms.
I press them lightly against her little breasts, her nipples…
My heart throbs in my ears.
A caveman’s impulse to sling her over my shoulder and carry her somewhere private where I can have my way with her surges up somewhere in my gut, both shocking and tantalizing me. To resist it, I plant my feet firmly into the step and refuse to move a single muscle in my body.
With Uma one step higher on the staircase, her nape is perniciously close to my face, making my struggle harder than it already is. Her silky black hair is gathered into her usual bun that’s gotten messy from all the running.
I stare at her delicate neck.
Want to kiss it.
Dying to kiss it.
Because… reasons… good reasons… if I could just recall them.
She’s Sam’s nanny.
That’s good, but not good enough…
She’s my friend’s almost fiancée.
Anyway, she’s inexperienced and clearly not thinking straight right now.
I relax my embrace enough for her to duck and slip away.
Only she doesn’t do it.
Instead, she leans back into me.
About Alix Nichols:Alix Nichols is an unapologetic caffeine addict and a longtime fan of Mr. Darcy, especially in his Colin Firth incarnation.
She is a USA Today bestselling (April and June 2017) and Kindle Scout winning (December 2015) author of sexy romance novels that readers describe as yummylicious. According to Romantic Times, her books "will keep you hanging off the edge of your seat”. Kirkus Reviews claims they “deliver pure pleasure”.
At the age of six, Alix released her first romance. It featured highly creative spelling on a dozen pages stitched together and bound in velvet paper.
Decades later, she still writes. Her spelling has improved (somewhat), and her books have topped the Amazon charts around the world. She lives in France with her family and their almost-human dog.