From the moment Riley Scott walked into
her bar, Sam Taylor has wanted him. The problem is, from
that moment and every moment since for the past two years,
Riley has treated her like a friend and nothing more. But
all that’s about to change. Forced to sell her bar, Sam is
getting ready to pack up and leave Chicago. Before she
goes, Sam is determined to seduce Riley.
Riley has been at loose ends ever since
an injury lead to his early retirement from the White Sox.
Turning Sam’s bar, the Diamond, into Chicago’s premier
sports bar seems like the perfect plan. Unfortunately, he
had to go behind Sam’s back to do it. Intending to confess
to Sam what he did, Riley discovers that Sam, the woman he’s
wanted all these years, is out to seduce him. Soon Riley
begins to wonder if he can have both Sam and the Diamond.
But when Sam discovers the truth, will Riley’s plan blow up
in his face?
Passion, deception, friends becoming
lovers…Going For It has it all. Elle Kennedy
delivers a fresh, erotic tale with endearingly realistic
characters that is wholly delightful. Riley is an utterly
sexy hero. Yes, he lied to Sam, but despite this huge error
in judgment, I couldn’t help but hope Sam wouldn’t be too
angry with him. It’s his mistake that humanizes Riley and
makes him more than just a wickedly handsome hero. As for
Sam, I have to admire a woman who goes for what she wants.
She’s a likeable, independent heroine who is the ideal match
for the man of her dreams. Neither Sam nor Riley are
perfect, but they perfectly match one another, in bed and
Ms. Kennedy has a knack for creating
winning characters and deliciously sensual plots and
Going For It showcases these talents perfectly.
Both charming and engaging, Going For It
should not be missed.