Slow and Steady Rush by Laura Trentham
Darcy Wilde has tried not to live up to her last name. Living under the shadow of her mother’s reputation was tough on the bookish, shy Darcy, and she has built a life away from her football obsessed hometown. But when her beloved Grandmother needs help, Darcy takes a leave of absence and heads home, torn between love, duty, and resentment. She doesn’t count on the new football coach getting behind her defenses and teaching her how much fun it is to get a little wild. Robbie Dalton knows a thing or two about painful pasts. After bouncing around for years, he’s ready to settle down in Falcon, Alabama, as the high school football head coach. The pressure to turn the once prestigious team around after a drug scandal means Dalt can’t afford to make a mistake if he wants to survive the season. Sparring with the sexy, sharp-tongued librarian is a distraction he doesn’t need, but can’t resist. As soon as her grandmother is on her feet, Darcy plans to leave the Falcon city limits sign in her rearview mirror. But sharing her days—and nights—with the smoking hot football coach has left her confused. As the end of the season approaches, Darcy finds herself falling for the gruff, protective Robbie, but also the complex tapestry of people who weave Falcon together. Could this be where she belongs—and who she belongs with?
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