Game, Set, Match

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Off the court, tennis star Jason Cartwright's playboy image is taking a public beating. On the court, he's down forty-love.

While single-mom, Izzy Connors, sees people for who they really are through the lens of her camera, even without it, she knows Jason isn't the star he appears to be.

Can Izzy put the past behind her and help Jason get his game, and his image, back on track? More
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About Nana Malone

Nana’s love of all things romance and adventure started with a tattered romantic suspense she borrowed from her cousin on a sultry summer afternoon in Ghana at a precocious thirteen. She’s been in love with kick butt heroines ever since. With her overactive imagination, and channeling her inner Buffy, it was only a matter a time before she started creating her own characters.

Waiting for her chance at a job as a ninja assassin, Nana, meantime works out her drama, passion and sass with fictional characters every bit as sassy and kick butt as she thinks she is. Though, until that ninja job comes through, you’ll find her acting out scenes for hubby and puppy while catching up on her favorite reality television shows in sunny San Diego.

To learn more about Nana and her books, visit http://www.nanamalone.com, follow her on http://www.twitter.com/nanamalone, or visit her at http://www.thepopculturedivas.com where she blogs once a month.

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Reviews

Review by: The Indigo Plume Publishing Company on June 06, 2014 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The heat index was a bit high for me, but it worked GREAT. Usually books with lots of smoking hot physical chemistry skimp on the emotional connection, but this book had it all. Thanks for the great read, Nana!
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Review by: zen on June 06, 2014 :
Great book. Great approach to a multicultural romance.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Nov. 03, 2013 :
Thoroughly enjoyable. The chemistry between these two is off the charts. The writer approaches the issue of race with realism and dignity. A black mother of a white child is still somehow an issue in society although the reverse seems to be accepted, Sandra Bullock and Angelina Jolie for example. As a black woman with white nieces and nephews it is amazing the number of times I get mistaken for their nanny! And to be humble I walked the catwalk as a 6ft model for a decade! Anyhoo loved the story, hated Sabrina and please tell Jessica's story!
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