74th out of 105 books — 17 voters
Field of Play (Alexandria Griffins #2)
by Frances Stockton (Goodreads Author)
When private investigator Grace Daniels agrees to help football star Dallas McKay find his birth parents, she’s determined to remain professional. At least until the gorgeous athlete lands in her lap while celebrating a touchdown and delivers a panty-drenching smile. However, haunted by memories of childhood bullying, Grace is certain Dallas would never want her.
Published February 2011 by Ellora's Cave
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When I first opened the book to read about Grace and Dallas, I was very excited. I’d looked forward to reading the story following Quarterback Blitz. The beginning started off with a blast, I was led into the workings of a magnificent story and lost in the fabulous world of football and the sexiest players alive. And then a few chapters through to the guts the story barely moved. I read multiple sex scenes one after another. I don’t generally mind a ton of sex in a story, the hotter the better,...more
"Frances Stockton has written an erotica novel with several strong themes: a love akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet; vindictive ex-lovers; the intense feelings of a child abandoned; a bullied child who can’t let go of the past; and, a family conflict like the Hatfield’s and McCoy’s. However, these wonderful, rich themes are interrupted by long passages that do not develop the ideas within the context, of an erotic bondage, dominance, and submissive, yet truly loving relationship."
My love for storytelling began when I created my first fictional characters in kindergarten, convincing my family and friends that Red Henry and Green Henry were identical twin brothers in my school. They were mischievous, rarely did their homework, and even had girlfriends! Years later, I started to write, completing my first manuscript in middle school. I confess the heroine was a cross between...moreMore about Frances Stockton...