Mercy by Julianna Marley



Release Date: 11.20.2018


Synopsis:

Football.

That’s all Liam Walsh knows how to do and if he were being honest, all he was ever really good at. Dedicating his entire life to the game has taken him to some pretty remarkable places and in less than twelve seconds it had also brought him within inches of his life. Taking a careless approach to his recovery hasn’t exactly been the best game plan he’d ever conjured up, but that didn’t mean management had to send an overbearing, spitfire assistant to get him back on the field. Certainly not one who favored stilettos and fine lingerie.

Emme McGovern believes in two things: Jesus and really good football.

An assistant on a national football team, she is constantly surrounded by men who think they can do her job better. Which is why she isn’t in the least bit surprised that the fate of her future now rests in the hands of a cranky, stubborn, arrogant football player on injured reserve. When Emme is offered an opportunity to make history, landing her and her Louboutin’s on Liam’s door step, what she finds isn’t just some football player. She doesn’t find a warm reception, either.

With the clock winding down, Emme is determined to piece Liam back together, but as their long days turn into even longer nights, the game no longer becomes about promotions or a comeback story, but a matter of life or death. Will their time together have them laying it all on the field for their future? Or will it send them both running and begging for mercy?

Review:


This was a good read,I could hardly put this book down.

I didn't read the blurb before starting to read Mercy,because I trust Julianna Marley and her writing skills,and it took me on an emotional ride.
This story touched my heart,it felt so real it reminded me of Ryan Shazier (Steelers player) injury and I was very engaged in the story.

Liam and Emme journey was littered with hurdles but their strength, their stubbornness and also their fragility made them find their happiness.
I loved these characters and I cheered for them since the beginning.

I am so looking forward to reading the next installment of this series.


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