series: Men of Fall #4
published: 22 June 2021
genre(s): romance, sports
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You can't keep a good man down.
Life is good for hot wide receiver Zane Tinsbury. He’s playing stellar football on the field and having his dream home built out in the country.
Still, all is not perfect for this gorgeous man.
He’s been feeling kind of lonely lately, and now he suspects a furry intruder may have taken up residence at his soon-to-be home.
Little does Zane know he’s about to get the surprise of his life.
Morgan Delano is a woman on the run from her dangerous ex-husband. Hiding out in a pro football player’s under-construction house seems like a pretty great idea.
Until it’s not.
What happens when these two finally meet, under hilarious circumstances, leaves them both stunned.
Neither Zane nor Morgan could have ever expected so many sparks would fly.
But there’s one big problem—Morgan’s ex is hot on her trail and not about to give up.
Can Zane keep her safe?
Or will their perilous time together run out?
Down by Contact is the fourth novel in the bestselling Men of Fall football romance series and can be read as a standalone.
Down by Contact is the fourth book in the Men of Fall series, and it just be my favorite to date.
Zane plays football for the Columbus Comets, and on the surface, he has it all. A great career, money, and a dream house that’s being built. Morgan has none of those things. She’s lost everything, just trying to survive. She’d left behind her life, fleeing to Columbus to start over. And for awhile, it worked. She had a job, an apartment, the beginnings of a fresh start. Until her past began to catch up to her.
Two people less alike there have never been. It’s the theme of finding The One in the most unexpected place that I love so much. That with the kindness Zane shows… it’s a beautiful thing. The character devolopment is great, the chemistry between these two fantastic. But just as amazing as the romance is the suspense storyline. All in all, a page-turner!
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