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Three & Out - Keeping Score #2

Tawdra Kandle

Publisher: Tawdra Kandle

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Summary

Football is everything, but love is the only game that matters. 
I thought we were over. Done. But is a second chance enough to last forever? 
Quinn 
No one is more surprised than me that Leo Taylor, the most promising--and maybe the hottest--tight-end in college football today, is my boyfriend. Again. 
Sounds perfect, doesn't? I should feel like I'm living a dream. But our long-distance relationship isn't easy, and sometimes I'm afraid football will always come first in Leo's heart. 
LeoI thought once Quinn was mine again, everything would be easy. Instead, we're living a rollercoaster of uncertainty, complete with breathtaking highs and lows that threaten to break my heart.When I'm playing football, I never give up. But when it comes to Quinn and me, I'm starting to think that winning might not be an option.
Available since: 05/24/2016.

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