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Play the Man

Jaymee Jacobs

Publisher: Jaymee Jacobs

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Jenna couldn't be more thrilled; after eight years of dating, she finally gets to marry her college sweetheart and dream man, Chicago Blackhawks Captain Ryan Linsenbigler. While Ryan loves his fiancée more than he can say, he's in no rush to get to the altar. As they struggle with their differing attitudes toward their upcoming wedding, Ryan's teammate Nick battles with his newfound, taboo feelings of infatuation for Jenna. Emotions run high, and soon Jenna, Ryan, and Nick each find themselves having to make very difficult decisions regarding what they want in love—and life—and what they're willing to do in order to get it.

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