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I have been desperate to share with you more about Pearce's story, the loveable basketball player we first met in Sutton and Jayden's book, No More Secrets. So finally, you all get to read the blurb first. Yippee!
I love Pearce and Eddie so much. Seriously, these men are so adorable and fun, and for the love of tropes! No Wrong Moves ticks so many trope-y boxes.
Best friends to lovers. Check.
Single dad. Check.
Age gap. Double check.
Pining. Holy moly, this book has it in spades.
Anyhow, here's the blurb. I hope you're excited to meet them (much sooner than the current Nov 9th release date!)
Pining for your best friend sucks ass—and not the good kind of sucking. But I can’t back away, and I definitely can’t let go. Eddie Phelps is too damn important to me. He has my heart and soul. Well, he and his daughter, a ten-year-old who one day will run the world.
It’s not like I can even blame Eddie for mixed signals or anything. He’s done everything right. He always does. Honestly, that’s part of his problem.
But I won’t put pressure on him. That means it’s down to Eddie to see how freakin’ awesome a catch I am. I just have no idea how exactly I’ll get him to do that.
Sure, I’m a professional basketball player. But once upon a time, so was he. It’s going to take something huge to get him to see beyond my age *cough immaturity cough*. But since Eddie isn’t one for making wrong moves, I’m not sure a grand gesture will work.
That leads me back to pining, and hoping somehow, someway, he’ll see me as more than a joker. More than his best friend—even though I’m a kickass one. Maybe someday, he’ll know I’m exactly the person he needs to make the move on.