Striker by KyAnn Waters

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Do you have a favorite sport? A favorite player? I do. I have a serious love for soccer…and soccer players. From MLS to our local neighborhood team, my family and I love soccer. Indoor is fast and aggressive and there is nothing better than a summer evening watching an MLS game. The crowds are loud and the excitement is addicting. And we haven’t even talked about those hard calves, long sinewy thighs, muscular arms, and corded abs. Forwards sprinting down the field, intricate footwork, scoring by the strikers and impossible saves by the keepers. Not sure what a striker, sweeper, stopper or keeper is? Here are the basics.

Striker – A team’s power scorer.

Forwards – Players who score goals – the power scorers are called Strikers

Midfielders – players between the forwards and the fullbacks

Stoppers – The stopper is good at stopping attacks. The stopper is strong and tough and helps defenders mark the opposing teams striker.

Fullbacks – defenders closest to their goal

Sweepers – Sweepers are aggressive defenders. The sweeper stops breakaways and “sweeps” the ball, clearing with long kicks.

Goalkeeper “keeper” – defends the goal

Now for the story. Hot soccer player meets up and coming sport’s writer and there is more than scoring on the field.

Blurb:

Sports writer Max Myers just discovered he lives next door to the hottest soccer player to hit the field. If he scores a coveted interview with the reclusive striker for the Denver Blaze, he could take himself from sports blogger to mainstream sports authority.

Riley Grayson has no interest in interviews or in outing his private life to the public. He wants to be known for the scoring he does on the field and not in the sack. But Max is a temptation he can’t resist. Taking a chance, Riley and Max discover they have more in common than passion for soccer and hot sex between the sheets.

Just as they begin to trust each other outside the bedroom, Max is put in a no-win situation: write an article about Riley exposing accusations of drug use, or risk destroying his own credibility. If he does, he’ll lose Riley. If he doesn’t, he’ll lose everything he’s worked hard to achieve.

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Comments

  1. I love football…I love watching football, football boys and coaches.

  2. i love swimming as i disabled i cant do excise before i got so bad i used to do aquracise which helped me for a while

    plus my son when he was 9 won a none swimmer race and i paid after that for him to have lessons he went in 6 weeks to being a none swimmer to the top group in 6 weeks and even won medels swimming for the county

  3. Hi Ang
    Swimming has always been one of my favorite sports to watch during the Olympics.

    thank you for stopping by :)

    KyAnn

  4. Football is my favorite! Hockey comes in second.
    Your book sounds great!

  5. I like watching most any sports. I don’t have a favorite.
    Sounds like a great book. Can’t wait to read it.

  6. I don’t really have a favorite sport. I enjoy watching my son and hubby at their fencing competitions and exhibitions and really enjoyed watching my son wrestle. I also enjoyed watching my honorary grand-daughter and my nephew play soccer.

    Striker sounds great and I am looking forward to reading it, wether or not I win it. :-) Thank you so much for offering the chance to win it!

    Thanks!
    Pati
    JPM6966@aol.com

  7. My favorite sports to play are volleyball and baseball. I am a soccer mom so I really enjoy soccer too. Your book looks awesome.

  8. I’m not much of a sport enthusiast, I showed horses for years and so I like watching jumping a d dressage competitions, also figure skating and gymnastics

  9. I am definitely a football girl. Love, love it. (American football, that is, although I do like soccer, too!)

  10. Don’t enter me as I read Striker today & loved it. Please write more. Tennis is my fave sport.

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