Play Dirty by Sandra Brown (2007)

SINGLE TITLE: Romantic Suspense
SETTING: Contemporary US
HEROINE: 34 old married vice-president of SunSouth Airlines

His release from prison should have been the end of Griff Burkett's troubles. It wasn't. The former star American football player is reviled by fans for throwing a championship game, his fortune is lost, and he remains under the dark shadow of suspicion for an unsolved murder. And his worst enemy, the man who has pledged to destroy him, is tracking his every move. So when eccentric millionaire, Foster Speakman offers Griff a vast amount of money in exchange for impregnating his wife Laura, Griff readily agrees. What could be easier? Little does he know that this bizarre contract will trap him in a web of betrayal, the consequences of which are deadly.

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AAR's Ellen Micheletti reviews Play Dirty by Sandra Brown

Play Dirty isn’t really a romance novel - I’d call it a suspense novel with romantic elements. The suspense plot is very exciting and I found myself turning the pages faster and faster as the book progressed. However, the romantic element of the story definitely takes second place and at the end of the book I felt as though the romance between the hero and heroine was just beginning (read more)

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