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by Barbara Delinsky (Goodreads Author)
Description Journalist Nia Phillip's latest assignment is to write an in-depth feature on the East Coast's five most eligible bachelors. But her research runs into problems when she meets number five on the list, the head coach of Boston's professional basketball team. Daniel Strahan, with his deep-rooted mistrust of the media, will have nothing to do with the feature, and ...more
Hardcover, 261 pages
Published August 1st 2003 by Severn House Publishers
(first published May 1983)
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Short and sweet romance, its got a small format feel where everything is just about their romance and an inevitable HEA at the end, but its written in Delinsky's lovely style, where love takes time to brew, characters are mature, their problems well-presented, their lives realistic. She also does emotion rather well, believable ups and downs, sexy manly men and their feminine counterparts. i enjoyed the first part more when tension is brewing.
This book first published in 1983, while a little out of date, is still an entertaining tale about two people drawn together in spite of their not "being right" for each other. I'm not a sports buff, so the basketball angle was not to my taste, but I did enjoy the read.
It was ok- It is about a writer and a basketball coach who meet and fall in love. Even though it was a quick read, while I was reading it, it read like it was rushed to be written. At times there was not a good flow of things or chapter breaks. I was not impressed.
I was born and raised in suburban Boston. My mother’s death, when I was eight, was the defining event of a childhood that was otherwise ordinary. I took piano lessons and flute lessons. I took ballroom dancing lessons. I went to summer camp through my fifteenth year (in Maine, which explains the setting of so many of my stories), then spent my sixteenth summer learning to type and to drive (two sk ...moreMore about Barbara Delinsky...