Red Card, Book 2
Release Date: June 10, 2019
Love breaks the offside rule in New York Times bestselling author Rachel Van Dyken’s irresistibly sexy Red Card romance.
Successful, high-profile sports agent Matt Kingston thinks he can handle anything. Then soccer player Parker Speedman shows up at his door. She is young and gorgeous, has natural talent, and is looking for a team. She’s also a hothead with a punchy past who floored her last coach on live TV. Despite his misgivings, Matt agrees to be both her agent and her coach. Professional common sense says she’s off-limits. But what can he say about the raw attraction between them?
Parker plays soccer with her heart and soul. But after the events of the last year, she’s shaken. She’s already seen what a powerful man can do to a female athlete’s career. And her beloved dream is in the hands of a sexy, gorgeous man with the uncanny ability to slip past her defenses…and into her heart.
Now Matt and Parker are about to learn that when it comes to love, the only way to win is by breaking every rule they know. And by playing nice. Real nice.
Review of Kickin’ It by Rachel Van Dyken
This. This is the book that we need right now. It’s relevant and meaningful. The characters are filled with love and passion, laughter and strength. In this time of #metoo, this story needs to be told.
Rachel Van Dyken weaves a beautiful story of heart and strength to give us a love story that feels true to life. Matt and Parker’s banter and the evolution of their love makes this book a winner. The addition of Willow’s humor and Jagger’s annoying-ness make it just that much better of a story.
The passion in this story makes you root for the underdog, want the best for her, and cheer when she gets what she deserves. I both laughed and cried while reading Kickin’ It, and I was most definitely cheering for Parker all the way through the story.
Rachel Van Dyken brings a special kind of heart to her stories and this one is certainly relevant to the here and now. Another fantastic read and one not to be missed.