A star quarterback and a feisty detective play for keeps in this sporty, sexy, sassy novelA??a long-awaited new entry in the beloved, award-winning,New York Timesbestselling authorA??s fan-favorite Chicago Stars football series.
Piper Dove is a woman with a dreamA??to become the best detective in the city of Chicago. First job? Trail former Chicago Stars quarterback, Cooper Graham. Problem? GrahamA??s spotted her, and heA??snothappy.
Which is why a good detective needs to think on her feet.A??The fact is . . . IA??m your stalker.Not full-out barmy. Just . . . mildly unhinged.A?
Piper soon finds herself working for Graham himself, although not as the bodyguard he refuses to admit he so desperately needs. Instead, heA??s hired her to keep an eye on the employees at his exclusive new nightclub. But CoopA??s life might be in danger, and PiperA??s determined to protect him, whether he wants it or not. (Hint: Not!) If only she werenA??t also dealing with a bevy of Middle Eastern princesses, a Pakistani servant girl yearning for freedom, a teenager who just wants of fit in, and an elderly neighbor demanding Piper find her very dead husband.
And then thereA??s Cooper Graham himself, a legendary sports hero who always gets what he wantsA??even if what he wants is a feisty detective hell bent on proving sheA??s as tough as he is.
From the bustling streets of Chicago to a windswept lighthouse on Lake Superior to the glistening waters of Biscayne Bay, two people who canA??t stand to lose will test themselves and each other to discover what matters most.
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by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
by Susan Rogers Cooper
by Rachel Gibson
by Katie Lane
by Myrna Mackenzie
by Katie MacAlister
"Narrator Nicole Poole captures Piper Dove's determination to prove herself as a private detective, When she's hired to spy on newly retired Chicago Stars quarterback Cooper Graham, he quickly catches on to her snooping. Their personalities clash, and, naturally, romance follows. The story is entertaining, and Poole does a nice job of depicting the characters' voices and emotions. She deftly portrays Piper's feistiness as well as her vulnerability. Occasionally, her narration sounds perfunctory and rushed, but overall it fits well with the fun, diverting story. Fans of Phillips's Chicago Stars stories will likely enjoy this one, as well as those who enjoy listening to stories about the glamorous lives of the rich and famous. M.M.G. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine"
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