Because Harper and the rest of her fantasy football league friends will be back for another season. Three & Out, the third installment in the Queen of the League series, will be released on Tuesday, October 25!
A lot has happened since we last spent time with Harper and the next football season proves to be her most exciting, most frustrating, most jam-packed full of drama yet.
After rushing to the altar and moving across the country, Harper Duquaine (or is it MacLaughlin, now?) is in uncharted territory. What once seemed like a promising opportunity to advance her husband’s career while giving her some much needed independence and adventure has proven to be a bust. By the time fall rolls around again, she’s back in a boring job by day and overstocking her inventory of crocheted scarves by night. Not even the prospect of a new football season holds much excitement.
At least that’s what she thought. Harper suddenly finds herself the manager of not one but two fantasy football teams—each with its own set of drama. Between the added pressure of her new marriage, an unexpected career prospect, and the hiccups created by people from her past and present worlds, Harper quickly finds herself going from bored to overwhelmed.
Can she hold up under the pressure, or will Harper learn the hard way that the turf isn’t always greener on the other field?
This story was one of the most challenging I’ve ever written, but it was also one of the most thrilling. I hope you will enjoy reading this story as much as I did telling it when you get your hands on it.
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Haven’t read the first two books in the series? Never fear. You can find First & Goal on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo, and Going for Two on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. Quick note: These titles will be removed over this upcoming weekend when the current publisher, Marching Ink, shuts down operations and we transfer the books over to their new versions. I’ll update this page as soon as they are republished on these platforms plus, for the first time ever, on iBooks.