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Release day: Playing it Safe

6 September 2021

Today is the official release of Playing it Safe by Amy Andrews (Sydney Smoke Rugby series #7) (ebook, Entangled Publishing). Here’s the blurb:

Cover image of Playing it Safe by Amy AndrewsDonovan Bane loves playing rugby for the Sydney Smoke. And if that means he has to keep his sexuality a secret, that’s a sacrifice he’s prepared to make. At least until after he retires, anyway. He doesn’t want to be the first pro rugby player in Australia to officially come out while still playing. The team doesn’t need the media shit storm and he’d rather be known for his footy skills. Which means no dating, no relationships, no sex. Nothing but playing ball.

Until one man suddenly changes everything…

Beckett Stanton is out and proud—and not looking for a guy who isn’t. Been there, done that, complete disaster. Unfortunately, on the first day of his new job working for the Sydney Smoke, he locks eyes with Donovan Bane and he’s a goner. Big, gruff, and athletic isn’t usually Beck’s type, but for some reason this man is ticking all his boxes. And it’s clear the feeling is mutual. It’s also clear that Donovan is not out, and doesn’t plan to be anytime soon. Still, Beck can’t resist being the man to show Donovan everything he’s been missing.

For the first time, Donovan doesn’t play it safe and allows himself to indulge in things with Beck he knows he can’t have. But when their relationship gets serious, he knows he has to choose between the career he loves and the man he loves, because how can he possibly have both?

Amy dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

I’m thrilled to see the 7th Sydney Smoke rugby book out in the world *and* my first ever MM! Donovan and Beck are super sweet as well as super hot together. I really wanted to give them a David and Patrick vibe and I hope readers enjoy their journey and their secret-liaison-to-happily-ever-after story as much as I did writing it!

You can find out more about this book at Amy’s website or buy it from here.

One Comment
  1. 7 September 2021 6:51 am

    Congratulations Amy!

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