Kickin It (Red Card, #2)



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. Free Download Kickin It (Red Card, #2) by Rachel Van Dyken For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukKickin It (Red Card, #2)

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  • Kindle Edition
  • Kickin It (Red Card, #2)
  • Rachel Van Dyken
  • English
  • 10 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Kickin It (Red Card, #2)

  1. says:

    3.5 starsThe couple, Matt and Parker gave me all kinds of aweseome feelings As Parker s agent coach, Matt was all kinds of yummy His concern towards Parker, her future and mental health was adorable and just wonderful for such a savvy and by the book business man He really fell head over heels for her and their interactions and banter were right up my alley With one word they clicked.Parker was such a strong woman, especially after what she went through Her struggles felt genuine, and mad 3.5 starsThe couple, Matt and Parker gave me all kinds of aweseome feelings As Parker s agent coach, Matt was all kinds of yummy His concern towards Parker, her future and mental health was adorable and just wonderful for such a savvy and by the book business man He really fell head over heels for her and their interactions and banter were right up my alley With one word they clicked.Parker was such a strong woman, especially after what she went through Her struggles felt genuine, and made me root for her even stronger I adored how much she pushed Matt s buttons The way those two harmonized was the sweetest thing, and they always seemed to be on the same wavelength.And OMG her best friend Willow, who also was Matt s baby sister, actually stole the show at...

  2. says:

    I loved Matt and Parker We met Matt in Risky Play, and here he has met his match Parker is lashing out because of something in her past, but Matt can see the true Parker He tries to stay away, but Slade, Mackenzie, Jagger and Willow hav...

  3. says:

    I accidentally went on a Rachel Van Dyken mini binge this week when my audio of The Matchmaker s Replacement overlapped with my read of Kickin It, and if there s one thing I can say for certain It s that Ms Van Dyken is a banter master.Seriously.Banter is one of my favorite displays of chemistry in romance and it is so on point in this book I loved the spirited antagon...

  4. says:

    We all remember sports agent Matt from the first book.He s a bit high strung, he seems old for his age of only 30 years His job is very hard trying to keep all those famous athletes in check.Enter his sister Willow The one person to make his life even harder Even though her wanting to join his agency should make life easier for him But not when she moves into his house and she s not alone.Parker She s a soccer wunderkind who got blacklisted with the league after she hit h We all remember sports agent Matt from th...

  5. says:

    Great follow up to Risky Play I was curious to read Matt s story because I really liked him in Book 1.We start off with his sister, Willow, basically pulling one over on him by moving into his place temporarily with her friend, Parker Little did Matt know, Parker sort of had ulterior motives She was looking to go professional as a soccer player and hoping Matt would be the one to steer her in the right direction But, she was also running from a traumatic event in her past.Initially, Matt was Great follow up to Risky Play I was curious to read Matt s story because I really liked him in Book 1.We start off with his sister, Willow, basically pulling one over on him by moving into his place temporarily with her friend, Parker Little did Matt know, Parker sort of had ulterior motives She was looking to go professional as a soccer player and hoping Matt would be the one to steer her in the right direction But, she was also running from a traumatic event in her past.Initially, Matt was a total jerk to her, but then I think he noticed there was something different about Parker Not just her determination and steadfast goal to become a professional, but an underlying sadness and fear.I loved how Matt became the person Parker needed in her time of need He handled her with such care and tenderness.Things like what happened to Parker occur in real life everyday, so this was a strong sto...

  6. says:

    Three and a half stars.Matt KIngston is a former soccer player turned agent, a multimillionaire, approaching 40, and big brother to his much younger sister Willow When Willow phones him at the crack of dawn trying to get him to agree to her apprenticing as an agent to him he is distracted by a lack of caffeine and a bust schedule so he has no idea what he eventually agreed to until Willow s friend Parker Speedman turns up at his door saying he has agreed to let her and Willow stay in his LA Three and a half stars.Matt KI...

  7. says:

    Matt is just full of so much charm, dresses have fabric They cover things that need to stay covered That s a long tank top that should have been thrown out when you grew boobs in the eighth grade He shook his head and paled then mumbled awkwardly, Not that I m looking at your boobs Matt tries to be real threatening, but the man isn t all that, leaving And then he turned one last time Walk in on me again, and I m brushing my teeth while you pee, got it Matt is overly sensitive abou Matt is just full of so much charm, dresses have fabric They cover things that need to stay covered That s a long tank top that should have been thrown out when you grew boobs in the eighth grade He shook his head and paled then mumbled awkwardly, Not that I m looking at your boobs Matt tries to be real threatening, but the man isn t all that, leaving And then ...

  8. says:

    I was very excited to read this book after reading Risky Play they are both stand alones but contain the same group of friends I loved Matt and Parker Parker is the best friend of Matt s sister Willow and in need of a sports agent to try to get a professional soccer deal On the surface, she seems angry, but we learn there is a reason behind her outbursts The interaction with Matt, Slade and especially Jagger are laugh out loud funny but this book has a very important underlying message I I was very excited to read this book after reading Risky Play they are both stand alones but contain the same group of friends I loved Matt and Parker Parker is the best friend of Matt s sister Willow and in need of a sports agent to try to get a professional soccer deal On the surface, she seems angry, but we learn there is a reason behind her outbursts The in...

  9. says:

    Loved the second book in the series This group of friends are so close have great banter and support each other all the way.Matt and Parker together were sigh Parker had been through something not nice and the way Matt supported her made him a dream book boyfriend I ...

  10. says:

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