THE TOTAL PACKAGE by Stephanie Evanovich

THE TOTAL PACKAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A quarterback with a past and a sports commentator with some secrets of her own fall for each other in this romance from Evanovich (The Sweet Spot, 2014, etc.).

Hotshot quarterback Tyson Palmer is riding high on the success of a major comeback. Once upon a time, he was a washout with an addiction to painkillers and alcohol. But after a tough stint in rehab and plenty of time to improve his public image, he’s now a completely clean and contrite sports star. But there’s one person who’s having a hard time forgetting about his past—Dani Carr, an up-and-coming sports commentator. She and Tyson shared one night together back in the days of his addiction, and she can’t forget the way he treated her. Even worse, Tyson doesn’t recognize her the first time they meet on the field. When Dani takes a job as the personal reporter for another player on Tyson’s team, the two of them end up spending a lot of time together. As Tyson tries to prove that he’s truly a changed man, Dani struggles with building a career on the same team as the man who broke her heart and changed her life—while keeping a secret of her own. Evanovich’s third book is sweet and charming while still bringing plenty of passion. The sports environment feels fresh, and Dani and Tyson are easily likable leads. Plus, fans will love the updates on the characters from her previous books.

A charming romance full of heart, heat, and plenty of football.

Pub Date: March 15th, 2016
ISBN: 978-0-06-223487-2
Page count: 256pp
Publisher: Morrow/HarperCollins
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Jan. 15th, 2016




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