DOWN DEEP (GOING DEEP) BY VIRNA DEPAUL
Release Date: October 11, 2016
He’s here to score and he always wins.
Heath Dawson: football star, gorgeous man candy, and panty-dropper extraordinaire. He was also Camille Pollert’s first crush. But then he humiliated her at a high school football game, and while she got her revenge, she also closed off her heart.
Ten years later, Camille is a football photographer and single mother, and her old crush returns with a vengeance when she sees Heath again. He’s just as handsome, but now he’s a man. A man she can no longer resist.
Heath hardly recognizes the skinny girl he knew in high school, but he can’t deny the attraction he feels for the curvaceous and beautiful woman Camille has become. He wants her, and he always gets what he wants.
Just as the two of them start to realize they might be perfect for one another, reality rears its ugly head. Can Heath and Camille score a touchdown for their love? Or will they fumble the play and be parted once again?
REVIEW: DOWN DEEP (GOING DEEP) BY VIRNA DEPAUL
Down Deep by Virna DePaul
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A do-over. We all want that chance to face down that moment in our lives when we're not at our best. The chance to interact with a dearly departed love one for some much needed advice. The opportunity to handle embarrassment with dignity or the moment when thoughtless actions and careless words break someone's heart. Down Deep taps into the awkwardness of youth. The guy who has the world at his feet because he can toss a ball and the starry eyed teenaged girl about to take a fall. A broken heart and being a devoted mother has taught Camille two things. Always look out for yourself and nothing is easy. Her dedication has help her land on her feet professionally but high and dry in the personal department. A surprising twists sets her back on the roller-coaster of first love when Heath comes back into her life. Maturity has taught him that no high can last forever and now the boy of her hidden fantasies may end up of becoming the man of her dreams. I am no sports enthusiasts but the Going Deep series is off to a great start. Down Deep is sensitive with a hint of sass.
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