“The Hardest Play is everything I love about sports romance. A.S. Teague once again masterfully delivers a book full of heart that will surely stay with you long after the last page.”- L.K. Farlow, bestselling author
The Hardest Play, an all-new emotional new-adult standalone from A.S. Teague is available now!
It’s easy to convince the world that you have it all.
I’m Quinn Miller––record breaking running back, professional football’s favorite rags-to-riches story, all-around good guy.
What’s not so easy? Repairing your reputation after mistakes both on and off the field leave you labeled as a disgrace to the league.
With only one team willing to give me a chance, I have no time for a relationship.
But after one night with Georgia Reed, the hopeless romantic with fiery red hair and an attitude to match, I’m hooked.
With Georgia cheering me on, it doesn’t feel like the world is against me anymore.
That is, until her father steps into the locker room as my new head coach.
Finding the woman of my dreams was the easy part; it’s keeping her that will be the hardest play of all.
FIVE 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Ari:
A.S. Teague totally scores with this sports romance The Hardest Play! Beautifully written and completely absorbing, I devoured this story in one go!
Let me say it now: I LOVED QUINN! The man was total book boyfriend perfection. A sexy jock, but completely grounded and humble. It made him even sexier! Georgia was great too. The girl was strong, confident, and full of sass. Together they had the best chemistry and banter. I cheered on these two the entire way. I loved watching them grow and especially getting to see Quinn open up to Georgia and let her in. It melted my heart and left me in a puddle of swoon. I really loved this story and definitely recommend for lovers of sports romances and fantastic heroes! 5 stars.
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“Quinn Miller? Is that really you?”
I turned, and my eyes landed on a face that I hadn’t forgotten. “Georgia Reed.”
Her lips parted in a smile that lit up her entire face, and she jumped from the stool she’d been perched on next to where my sister had been sitting and threw her arms around my shoulders. “I thought I saw you walk in earlier!”
I wrapped my arms around her waist and gave a quick squeeze before pulling back and looking her up and down.
I’d met Georgia last year at my best friend, Aiden’s, Christmas party. Her brother was a famous orthopedic surgeon who’d saved Aiden’s knee after a devastating hit. The two of them had forged a friendship, and Dr. Hampton Reed had brought his sister along when he’d been invited to the famous Shaw Christmas Party.