Offense Love By the Yard Series Books 1 4

Dalton Gresham pushes harder against the Infantry's defensive lineman, sending him back one, then two, and three yards until Jerome Speed's hand ceases to be on Dalton's back and the crowd erupts as he breaks free through the small hole ...

Offense  Love By the Yard Series Books 1 4

Author: Michel Prince

Publisher: Michel Prince Books

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The saying goes, defense wins games, offense entertains. In books 1 to 4 of the Love By the Yard series the men on the field are sure to entertain, but what happens after the final whistle blows. Two people—two different backgrounds—one goal—to learn to love one yard at a time. This collection contains all four the books on the offensive side of the ball. Discover Jermoe Speed, Dalton Gresham, Xavier Jackson and Beumont Guthry as they get schooled in the game of love.

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