Big Time by KB Winters
I'm the man who can make your hottest fantasies feel like a G-rated movie. Langston I’m one of the highest-paid linebackers in the NFL. They call me the Monster of the Midwest because I hit hard—and play harder. Women fall at my feet and wise men step aside. Now I’ve been sentenced to five weeks of community service at a center for troubled youth … and who should I find there but a hot little number named Cassie. I never expected to see her again. Funny thing is, she couldn't care less about my money or my reputation. She’s all about the kids, but I have other plans for her. She needs to be in my bed where she belongs. Begging for more. Cassie Langston who? All I know is, the guy they sent to volunteer with me is the same impossibly sexy man I spent one unforgettable night with. So what if he’s some bad-boy football star. If he thinks he can use working here to redeem his public image—I’ll show him something different. My kids deserve better. Mr. Hot Stuff is not my priority, and he’ll be gone soon anyway. I just have to stop thinking about how good that one sultry night was ... * * * Big Time is a full-length bad-boy romance with a little bit of football and a whole lot of sexy steamy bad boy, No cliffhanger and a very happy ending.
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