Spotlight on Close Contact: A Sports Romance Anthology

Hard-hitting contact sports don’t have the only sexy professional athletes. Does the strength and grace of golf, tennis and fencing instructors extend to lustier activities? Find out as they turn these classic sports into full-contact steamy sessions.

Service Ace by Cassandra Carr
Callum Giovanni’s professional tennis career is over. He’s trying not to be bitter about it, even though it means teaching women more interested in not messing up their hair and nails than a good service. Then Adriana Macy appears, claiming to be a novice, but Callum knows there’s more to her than meets the eye. How far does she want to take their personal match? The ball’s in her court.

Up to the Hilt by Cynthia Carr
Olympic fencing wunderkind Sebastian Como is Rina Rogers’ last resort to find someone who can instruct her toward her own Olympic medal. All her other trainers have balked, saying she is too impulsive, too unmanageable, too everything. Sebastian recognizes her talent and tells her he’ll take her all the way. But does that include his bed?

Playing Through by Cristal Ryder
A relationship is the last thing Lexie is looking for, especially one with a hot cowboy wanting golf lessons. It’s all she can do to keep her focus on the game and off Jay’s hard muscled body and devilishly sexy face. But the more lessons they have, the farther his sexy drawl gets under her skin.

Does he feel the attraction too? Mother Nature forces them to seek shelter as the power of nature lets loose around them. Will they go primal and unleash their attraction for one another amidst the rawness of the Rocky Mountains?

Close Contact is available at Amazon, ARe, and Smashwords.

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25 Responses to Spotlight on Close Contact: A Sports Romance Anthology

  1. D'Ann Lindun says:

    Sounds great!

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  2. Karen Wilson says:

    Love that the less popular sports are used. This is a wonderful idea. Good luck

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  3. Emma Lai says:

    This is a fun anthology with great characters. I don’t have a favorite because the heroes in all of them are awesome. Oh, and the heroines are all nice and feisty too. Hehe.

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  4. Love the idea of this anthology.

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  5. I’m a total sports nut, but primarily hockey and baseball. These sound interesting because of the unusual sports you chose. I’ll go check out the book! — Glad your hosting this team, Jenna.

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  6. Besides being a smashing good anthology of sports romances, Close Contact is the first foray of mother/daughter team Cassandra Carr and Cynthia Carr. Look for more in the future!

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  7. Cait says:

    Sports romance anthology — what a fab idea — congrats! Sounds like a lot of fun!

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  8. Sheri Fredricks says:

    Hey, I like these stories! Three for one is better than a BOGO any day, more bang for the buck! Thanks for the great find!

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  9. Thanks for having us here today, Jenna! For anyone who can’t read Kindle books, it’s also at B&N and Smashwords. Just FYI. πŸ™‚ And yes, the fencing one is very good!

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    • Jenna Jaxon says:

      Oh, great information! If you send me the links via my contact page, I’ll post them. I love fencing–I was a fencer briefly and of course love having swordplay in my historicals. So when I saw a fencing romance I was so excited. It’s such an underrated sport! Very exciting to watch. Can’t wait to read your story!

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  10. Congratulations on your release.

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  11. Lauren Smith says:

    Ooh sounds like a wicked good read! I’m heading to amazon to check it out! Great Spotlight Jenna!

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