Playing It Close by Kat Latham
Playing It Close
Where do you go to circumvent everything when you’re a standout amongst the most well known rugby players on the planet? For Liam Callaghan, that place is a remote hotel on Venezuela’s Caribbean drift. Idealize, aside from he wouldn’t precisely like to be distant from everyone else with his musings. Enter Tess Chambers, a definitive diversion.
As yet reeling from an expert catastrophe that is made her everything except unemployable, Tess comprehends the longing to travel through life as another person. So when in a flash conspicuous Liam utilizes a fake name, she keeps running with it and makes a transitory new character of her own.
Their time spent together in heaven is pure however short—following one energetic night, Liam awakens to discover Tess gone. Coming back to London, he’s stunned to take in she’s accepted a position with his group’s new support. As the Legends’ commander, he’ll need to not just make sense of how to function with the one lady who ever abandoned him needing all the more, additionally persuade her that their emotions in the present mean more than any falsehoods they’ve told before.