Line of Scrimmage
She's given up on him and moved on...
Susannah finally has a peaceful, calm life and a no-surprises man. Marriage to football superstar Ryan Sanderson was a whirlwind of passion, heat, energy, and excitement, but Susannah got sick of playing second fiddle to his team, watching women throwing themselves at him, and living in terror of the hard hits he took on the field. With
Wow, just wow.
I usually wait for many goodreads' friends to have read the book and adored it before starting it myself. I don't like to try new books. But I'm so HAPPY I read this one. I'm not sure what made me read it because I seriously never read a book that isn't already a best seller or loved by many before but I did read this one and I just want to recommend it to everybody else.
Hear me out here, there's just no way you won't love this book guys! You have to read it! It's so goo...more
Can you believe it? Me, Mrs. doesn’t really read ‘sports’ romances, and I’ve read two in the last week! And enjoyed both! This is surely cause for celebration. My most recent is “Line of Scrimmage” by Marie Force. It’s about football, did you guess? It’s also about the debutante and the quarterback. But don’t hate them for that because their life hasn’t been a bed of roses.
Susannah is finally calling it quits. After ten years of marriage to footb...more
Susannah Sanderson is a stunning blond who's had her fill of a one sided relationship. Marriage to a football superstar is marriage to the team and for Susannah it seems to be taking more than she can give.
I loved this emotional contemporary sports romance about a pro-football star trying to reconcile with his soon-to-be ex-wife before it's too late. It's a very moving, well written story and a realistic depiction of the difficulties and tribulations of marriage, even for two people who so clearly love each other. I'm looking forward to more from this talented author! Big 5 stars!
Marie Force delivers a compelling tale of love and second chances in Line of Scrimmage.
I loved this contemporary romance with a dash of romantic suspense. The story follows a big star (and smexy) quarterback, Ryan Sanderson, and his journey to winning his wife, Susannah, back.
Line of Scrimmage was very moving and heart breaking; with the ups and downs of marriage, the darker side of stardom and the devastating loss of a child and the affect that can have on a relationship...more
It is great sport’s love story about a stud quarterback, Ryan Sanderson, who has reach the pinnacle in his sports career, is about to retire, but has l...more
This story of two soul mates who had to find their way back to each other, really moved me and I came to enjoy a plot, I'm usually not fond of at all.
Susannah and Ryan are married but have been seperated for some time. Susannah felt neglected and forgotten in her marriage, so she decided to make her own way and build a new life. When she gets engaged to a long-time friend, Ryan knows he has to act soon to get Susannah back an...more
Ryan Sanderson is at the end of his career with the Denver Mavericks, a football franchise that he helped put on the map. His career has been e...more
Anyway, at the beginning of this book, I was wary of Ryan's true feelings, because, honestly, he came in acting all cocky and seemed like he wanted Susannah back only because she was engaged and she was his property. You get what I mean?
But by like the third day, those types of thoughts were gone from my mind.
Ryan is so sweet! We get his point of view every now and then and he always expressed, well, not exactly remo...more
A book about football? = Be still, my heart.
So this is what happens when you married a superstar QB. You either take a backseat and enjoy the ride or get off and go for a long walk. Susie chose the latter.
This is a soap opera in a book. You have a couple who were on the verge of a divorce, a husband who decided that he won't have it and a wife who was ready to walk into the vanilla sunset that she thought was for the best. Husband went and...more
In an attempt to win he...more
Line of Scrimmage is one of those good books which leave you with a contented heart and a final parting sigh. It didn't feel like a rush of thrill as it came to an end but it was like one of those refreshing moments which you'd love to revive.
I adored Ryan Sanderson knowing that he was...more
The thing about adult romance novels is that they are typically pretty predictable. I think that’s why the majority of the adult romance novels that I read and review are rated 3 STARS, and that is also the case with Line of Scrimmage by Marie Force.
I really enjoyed the characters in Line of Scrimmage. Ryan and Susannah’s journey to find forgiveness and love was really sweet. I loved watching Ryan fight to get hi...more
I don't know about having football player for husband, let alone about marriage but anyway, for sure Susannah is just one lucky woman. Apart from the obvious, her husband, Ryan is a nice gentleman, faithful and more important he's willing to do anything to win her and her...more
LOS is unique in that we are given a couple already married; What? Yeah, Susanna and Ryan have been married for 10 years when we check in. Unfortunately, they are also 10 days away from their divorce date. Susanna is so convinced their marraige is over that she's committed to marrying her high school sorta boyfriend...more
i have read 2 books and both the times i instantly connected with the characters,i loved them adored them got angry with them wanted to smack them...more
From the cover, it looks like you w...more
Susannah had moved on with her life and seems perfectly happy. Can I just say that I disliked her finacee from the very beginning? Maybe it's something I have for the bad boy-types, but when Ryan Sanderson made his first appearance on the screen of my Kindle, I was immediately smitten. Throw in that he was an NFL quarterba...more
Henry and her parents put doubts in her head and she let them.. the mistrust she had and showed from time to time and I would not have been surprised if Ryan had said enough. Henry was a psycho on a mission and it would not surprise me if...more
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"Can't I be both?"
"You're enormously exasperating sometimes, do you know that?"
He grinned. "And you love me anyway.”