The Playbook review by Ashley Cormier
Touchdown for Kelly Elliott! This is a Stand-alone novel from the talented Kelly Elliott that starts off with a different type of Man. Many are very familiar with Kelly’s Cowboys, and boy, are those men hot, but Kelly has introduced us to a new type of man, her football coach. This man has me wanting a bucket of water being poured on my after reading this book. I give the steaminess of this book 5 plus stars lol.
The Playbook introduces us the Manwhore Brett Owens, Head Coach to the University of Austin 3 time winning football team and Miss Aubrey Cain, who is a woman in a “Man’s” world, working for ESPN on their college football level.
Aubrey is given the assignment of following Brett around for a month to do a feature article on him in regards to successful career as one of the top football coaches in the country. Not only does Aubrey get to see this man, she also gets to see the man that most of the media does not see. For Aubrey and Brett to find love, it is not an easy road, it is filled with turns and bumps, but their story is certainly worth going down that road.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a good amount of Steam with their love story, and by adding some sports to the mix, even better!