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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Second Draft by C. Second Draft Men with Wood 1 by C. Second Draft Men with Wood, 1 really liked it 4. It's been almost a year since I've seen her, the only woman that's ever gotten under my skin, and made me wish I was a better man.

More than just the washed up hockey player, turned sports journalist whose body is almost as scarred as his soul. Layla Harper made me hope again. But life has a warped sense of humor, and I wasn't the only Bennett brother that fell for the gir It's been almost a year since I've seen her, the only woman that's ever gotten under my skin, and made me wish I was a better man.

But life has a warped sense of humor, and I wasn't the only Bennett brother that fell for the girl with the caramel colored eyes. Because one thing I never compete with my brother over is women. Even if the woman stole my breath, and my heart with one single kiss. And damn, what a kiss it had been. Now, she's pregnant with my brother's baby. A baby he wants nothing to do with.

And he's asked me to clean up his mess. What he doesn't know is that I'm in love with her, and I have no intention of offering her the deal he's laid out. I have a deal of my own. One that will finally make her mine.

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Well written deep and tragic, raw and touching, life-ugly beautiful love story. As he realized his mistake she was already gone. So, the trigger with the child: Somehow despite using protection she got pregnant.

The brother wanted her to do abortion, the h decided to keep the child. The brother fled and the H took care of her. The hero was an amazing caring guy. Not perfect; bad boy reformed. Beautiful feelings, many sweet moments and hot sexy times. I loved how he loved her. I loved how he cared for her, how he claimed the unborn child as his.

I loved his patience, his protectiveness. And he built her a library. How awesome is that?! This one was my main trigger: My heart broke for her. Lot of drama toward the end: I can only say that I really liked it. It made me suffer, it made me cry, but it made me feel and I need it with my reads.

View all 35 comments. Feb 18, Janie rated it really liked it. Carter was that perfect possessive, OTT alpha that I love in books.

From the first time he met Layla, he knew he wanted her more than he's ever wanted anything. Life kept getting in the way. When they finally meet again, there's a big obstacle to overcome. Layla is carrying his brother's baby. There was never a relationship there and it was one night and the circumstances were anything but ideal. What I adored about Carter, was that he didn't give two shits.

He wanted them both. Travis was a total fuck up and this was one time that Carter had no issues with swooping in and saving the day.

Now while I understood Layla's hesitance not only because of the situation but also her background, I also wish she had given in and trusted Carter a little sooner. The man showed nothing but caring and kindness towards her from the beginning. I appreciate so much when authors finish a story with an epilogue in the future allowing us readers to know what their lives are like. This is my first read by this author but I think I'll definitely try more in the future. View all 14 comments.

Feb 13, Leonor rated it it was amazing Shelves: I devoured this book in one sitting. View all 11 comments. I really enjoyed this! This one worked for me though! Okay so if you have read the blurb you know the h is pregnant with the brothers baby. The first thing I want to point out is they were never together, the pregnancy happened because of a drunken mistake.

The second thing is, neither one had feelings for the other. They were friends I really enjoyed this! They were friends and honestly more roommates then friends! She is not pinning over him and he is definitely not pinning over her.

Now that all that is clear I want to talk about our hero. Carter was awesome, he was patient and knew what he wanted. I really loved how much he loved and cared for the h it was really sweet. The h Layla was great as well, her past broke my heart. She was scared and didn't think she deserved to be loved. The hero was exactly what she needed and showed he she was worth it! The book is safe, no ow drama at all and I guess om drama because of the brother but not because he loves her or wants to be with her!

Great read I will definitely read more from this author View all 4 comments. Aug 03, Rejane rated it did not like it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Majority of time we have similar taste in books. So I really trust them when comes to books triggers,opinions and rates.

With this book though, I can't keep reading this female line of thoughts. But I can't sympathize with the "girl" in this book. But the fmc ruined for me. I wish we had only the hero' August 13 I wish we had only the hero's pov. I can't relate to a person that says she's strong because she's being by herself for a long time, working and paying her bills.

Imo, this is basic for more of half of population on earth. She's indecisive, immature, for someone who left her "small town full of church goers judgmental and cruel people including her parents" what a cliche. I'm so glad all small towns I visited people actually lived in reality.

But what do I know?!

Lochlainn Seabrook: Award-winning Author and Historian

Unlike traditional high-school football, however, the N. Ultimate football you can take only two steps before you have to get rid of the ball. Flag games are five on five, and no blocking is allowed, but downfield laterals are, thus creating more opportunities for everyone to score, or at least to touch the ball.

In reaching out to kids, the N. From a modern sports-marketing perspective, football has two basic flaws: And basketball has adapted its own marketing efforts to the techniques of the sneaker-makers. Rick Welts, the president of N.

We would make an effort to develop them as individuals, figuring people would be drawn to their stories. Football is about character, not personality. A personality on a football field is like a target the other players aim at. Some of our biggest stars, the fans hardly know what they look like. What, exactly, is Levinson selling, in selling football? People who like to watch the game—my wife, for example—tend to enjoy the ballet part of it: She thinks that tackling should be banned from the sport, and that the pros should play flag football.

But my experience of playing organized football is that the essence of the game is hitting, not ballet. But to be hit, that made you wonder. You lie on the ground moving your head cautiously, because the impact has obviously torn your brain free from the webbing that connects it to the inside of your skull. Football is the only common language we have in which to talk about the pitiless, hit-or-be-hit side of America.

The American gentlemen who played the game were not so sporting. The men who played this variant of rugby, which was to become football as we know it, lived in a society that was considerably meaner than ours.

The array of safety nets and government programs that exists today to ameliorate, or at least disguise, the inequality of American society had not yet been designed. The poor immigrant had to contemplate in all its stark, Darwinian unfairness the wealth of railroad men like Jay Gould. It was a take-or-be-taken society, and football was a way of making a game out of that, a mean game for a mean world.

The bruising union battles around the turn of the century were psychically revisited on the field-there was an undercurrent of brutality that is still very much part of the game. The pro game rose to supremacy among American sports in the nineteen-fifties, as the offensive machines increasingly mirrored the corporate ethic of that era: The greatest innovator in those corporate aspects of the game was Paul Brown, the coach of the Cleveland Browns: Shula ran the play late in the first quarter; it was incomplete.

In a nation seething with pinkos, longhairs, drug takers, and nonconformists, football was a sturdy bulwark, a blocking sled. Just as offense expressed the Zeitgeist of the fifties and sixties, so defense is true to the spirit of the nineties, because in defense personal initiative is more important than following a preset plan. Rams, to denote the play in which a single defender can cause the downfall of the whole offensive plan by tackling the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage—is the quintessential rock-and-roll play: The great defensive ends—like Bruce Smith, of the Bills, and Reggie White, of the Green Bay Packers, who stand six feet five or so and weigh two hundred and eighty pounds but are as quick as little scatbacks over short distances—are to me the most awesome athletes in pro sports.

Left to grow organically, football would naturally express the rock-and-roll impulse that values the individual over the group. Yet even in the age of MTV marketing, football is uneasy with this impulse. The touchdown dance, an eighties innovation, is rock and roll on the largest imaginable stage. In the college game, all touchdown dances are against the rules. At the same time, in other areas the N. As defense has got better over the years, the league has made rules limiting what defensive players can do—like the rule that says the defensive backs cannot bump the receivers more than five yards from the line of scrimmage—in order to encourage scoring, because scoring is what people like to watch on television.

This is one of the ways in which the value of the spectacle has taken precedence over the nature of the game. On arriving at the N. It includes, for example, a graphic representation of the N. Hitting, elusive running, circus catches, the N. Fans laughing, screaming, frustrated, exultant. Players doing the same. The ball pigskin , the field, grass, mud. The team, friends, families, communities, tailgating. Nothing can be more important than how we manage young people particularly ages Generate early interest and enthusiasm.

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The Quotable Jefferson Davis: Only 1 left in stock more on the way. Southern Hero, American Patriot Aug 23, Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. As a lover of history with a special adoration for the s I am appalled and disgusted with those who are crying for the removal and destruction of Confederate Monuments and Memorials throughout the South.

The argument is made that these emblems represent a racist ideology and white-supremacy. I am not a racist. I am not a white-supremacist. I was born and raised in Michigan and beside a brief 8-year stint with the Marine Corps I have lived in Michigan my entire life. I am married to a Mexican-American Indian and have several black friends. I believe wholeheartedly in what Col. A short caption is included with each photo describing its place in history and in some instances, when known, the date erected.

An insightful quote is given by Confederate General Cleburne that fits perfectly with this section. He dares to speak what others whisper; he writes with a boldness and an authoritative knowledge that is second to none. This book is one-of-a-kind.

Nothing compares to it. I am thankful that he has taken the time to research these monuments and to tell the tales of their historical importance considering the plight of recent events.

I feel for the South, I really do. The truth has been hidden and suppressed. The facts have been out there: Lochlainn took the time to research and compile them in the many books he has written. I for one am a proselyte. But there is so much more that I gleaned from reading this book that I feel is beneficial to everyone: Code, to Disturb Confederate Memorials and the steep penalties, which if applied, that might help deter vandals. And enlighten Your Soul and Mind.

Seabrook for this wonderful tribute to the Confederate Soldier! A close cousin to fake news is fake history. One would be hard pressed to find this volume of documentation any place else. If one wanted to smugly follow the group think hysteria and revisionist propaganda against Confederate Monuments then this book probably is not for you But, if you are interested in looking at the-rest-of-the-story then this treatment will offer the value and importance of these monuments in our history which is WHY some want to eradicate them completely from all public venues:

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