Review for Jacked Up by Samantha Kane
The secret about the Birmingham Rebels is out: With a girl in the middle, two mouth-watering football studs are better than one.
Linebacker Sam Taylor feels like a ticking time bomb. He left the army with emotional wounds as fresh as the scars on his back. Sam’s been living like a monk, but his best friend, defensive lineman King Ulupoka, wants to get him laid. Easy for him to say. The larger-than-life Samoan is a hard-bodied, tribal-tattooed fantasy. Sam agrees, under one condition: King stays to watch.
ER nurse Jane Foster is done being a good girl, and nothing says wild like picking up two of football’s sexiest players and bringing them back to your hotel room. Trouble is, she can’t decide which one she wants more. Sam is hot, sweet, and vulnerable. Jane’s more than willing to ride him into oblivion. But King’s intense gaze from across the room promises that the best is yet to come.
Sure, King has had his choice of girls and guys in the past. That doesn’t mean he’ll jeopardize his relationship with Sam over a case of locker-room lust—until a naughty nurse pushes them both out of their comfort zones. Seeing Jane and Sam together turns King on more than he ever imagined. If they’re game, he’s ready to tackle a three-way play.
Samantha Kane's "Jacked Up" is the third tale in the Birmingham Rebels series. King Ulupoke has taken his best friend and fellow Rebel, Sam, to the beach to watch a fishing competition. He also wants to get him laid, but Sam is scared since coming home from active duty in the middle east. He and his unit were hurt, most of them died in an ambush where Sam and his friend Carmina were hurt. They end up at a bar and come to the rescue of a woman who is trying to fend off a drunk man, she keeps telling him no, but he doesn't want to accept that. Can two large men deter him, or will he get his hands on her? Find out this and more in this awesomely hot read!!!
5 out of 5 stars
Perfect for fans of Shayla Black and Lexi Blake, the deeply sensual new Birmingham Rebels series introduces an unforgettable team of chiseled football gods—and the daring, provocative games they play behind closed doors.
Birmingham Rebels offensive linemen Beau Perez and Cass Zielinski are inseparable, on and off the field. Cass, the captain with the cowboy swagger, is a loose cannon. Beau, the veteran tight end, is cool under pressure. And ever since they were caught on tape in a steamy threesome, their exploits have fueled more than a few tabloid headlines—and naughty fantasies.
Marian Treadwell knows all about the video. And now that she’s the Rebels’ new assistant offensive coach, she can’t look at Beau and Cass without picturing their hard, naked bodies—with her pressed in between. Marian would like nothing more than to indulge those impulses, but she knows better than to get too close to her players, a bunch of adrenaline-fueled alpha males who don’t always follow the rules.
Just the thought of sharing the gorgeous yet guarded Marian drives Cass wild. At first, Beau isn’t sure she’s right for them . . . and lately, all he desires is a little alone time with Cass to explore their new intimacy. But it’s only a matter of time before Cass breaks through both of their defenses. Because when seduction is the game plan, he always plays to win.
Broken Play is intended for mature audiences.
Just in case you missed it, here's Kim's review of #1:
Samantha Kane's "Broken Play" is the first tale in the Birmingham Rebels series. All I have to say is this book is a one handed read and HOT HOT HOT!!!! OMG these characters bring you into their world and don't let you go back to reality. They keep you in their crazy world of pleasure. Marian, Cass and Beau make you want to be their fourth in their crazy relationship. The sex in this book is off the charts HOT! If you like sex and 3 and more somes, this is the book series for you! It's hot as hell and a must read!!!
5 out of 5 stars
Samantha Kane’s Birmingham Rebels series—perfect for fans of Shayla Black and Lexi Blake—proves that three’s never a crowd . . . at least not for the hard-bodied football all-stars who give teamwork a sexy twist.
Quarterback Tyler Oakes plays hard and parties even harder. That reckless lifestyle nearly derailed his career, and now the Birmingham Rebels are Ty’s last shot at football immortality. But staying out of trouble can take its toll—especially for a man with a taste for girls and guys. Because curvy, gorgeous Randi McInish is just the kind of trouble he’d like to get into.
A tough-as-nails undercover cop, Randi meets her match in Ty. After they get wrapped up together in a drug bust and a high-speed car chase, Randi’s eager to take the notorious bad boy for another wild ride. Turns out Ty already has something in mind. When he introduces her to the Rebels’ sexy new quarterback coach, things start heating up a little too fast for Randi.
Brian Mason coached Ty in college, and boy do they have history together. With Brian taking control on the field and in the bedroom, they were an unstoppable team. But Brian, blindsided by love, ran from his feelings for Ty. He won’t let Randi make the same mistake. Both men agree they need more than each other. They want a woman they can share. And when they make a pleasure play for Randi, all three are sure to score.
Calling the Play is intended for mature audiences.
Kim's Review for #2:
Samantha Kane's "Calling the Play" is the second tale in the Birmingham Rebels series. Ty is the Quarterback of the Rebels and a openly Bi man. He realized after seeing Marian, Cass and Beau's relationship out in the open that he wanted what they have. A loving relationship. What happens when his past comes back into his life? What happens when a night at the bar for some random woman leads to a high speed chase and a person he never thought he'd see again, the one that got away. Find out what happens in this awesome read!!!
5 out of 5 stars
About the Author
Samantha Kane lives in North Carolina with her husband and three children, two boys and one girl. With a master’s degree in American history, she spent seven years as a high school history teacher before becoming a full-time writer and mom.