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Games of the Heart

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Up-and-coming celeb manager Sage Collins is ready for the big time. About to land her first big client--a teenager who could be the next Michael Jordan--Sage is determined to make her mark. The immovable object in her way? Marshall Grant, the athlete's father and manager--over six feet of sexy, take-charge ex-military male. No matter. Big-city chick Sage isn't leaving smal ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published August 1st 2009 by Harlequin Presents (first published July 1st 2009)
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Pamela Yaye takes on the sports industry from the standpoint of the business world and a businesswoman who is determine to make a name for herself but not before love hits her and makes her reevaluate life.

Sage Collins is a junior agent at a exclusive sports agency who is determined to get her hands on the next big sports star to get the promotion and raise she feels she so rightfully deserves but how far will she go to get the deal. Sage has never been one to back down from a challenge but when
Everyone Wins,

Khari Grant is the next phenom. The next Kobe Bryant. The next Lebron James. Just a senior in high school, he's the real deal. Signing him would be a hug feat for Sage Collins and a guarantee at being the next executive manager at Sapphire Entertaining Agency. The only thing standing between her and her dream job is a brute of a man.

Marshall Grant has taken the role of father and protector seriously. He knows his son has great skills and potential to be one of the best at the game
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Liked it not a bad read. think i few bits could have been cut out of the story sometimes you want a book to get to the point. But that's just my opinion i still like it would keep.
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My love for reading developed at an early age. My parents, Daniel and Gwendolyn Odidison, were both avid readers and encouraged me to read as much as possible. Trips to the public library were the highlight of my week and by the time I was in junior high I was reading everything from biographies to suspense to True Confession magazines!

I got my big “break” when I was only fourteen-years-old. I rea
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