I had it all.
The Super Bowl rings.
The hot shot TV gig.
Then I got fired.
Now I’m living in
middle-of-nowhere Maine, playing assistant coach to the woman of my nightmares.
Did I mention that she
and her son are my new neighbors?
If you talk to the
locals, they’ll tell you Aspen Levi is the queen of high school football.
But if you ask me, my new head coach is a pain in my left nut sac.
She’s too blonde.
Too peppy.
And way too sexy for my
peace of mind.
Only, one minute we’re
fighting, and the next I can’t keep my hands off her. One hot kiss. One
forbidden touch. I don’t do love but . . .
What I want, I take, and
what I want is Aspen Levi.




Maria Luis is the author of sexy contemporary
romances, though she may or may not have a few historical romances hiding
in the cobwebs of her computer.
When she’s not writing about strong men and the sassy
women who sweep them off their feet, Maria is a historian who specializes
in medieval England and 19th century New Orleans. What do the two eras
have in common, you ask? Not much, except for disease, scandalous activities
and crime–Maria’s favorite topics.
Maria lives in New Orleans with her better half, where
she can generally be found hiking with her two dogs, Zeus and Athena, kayaking
in Louisiana’s inter-coastal waterways, or curled up on the couch with a good

Maria Luis

This series though.. I just can not get enough of every character from the series ' Put A Ring On It '. I am so in love with Aspen and Dominic's story. It held everything I need from a romance novel. From characters that have REAL personalities, with real world problems. With quirkiness, and hilarity that has me laughing out loud. The chemistry, it was a tale in itself. It felt so natural without being rushed, pure, in the rarest of forms. I also sincerely enjoyed how this author put the lead female character into a man's world; and to watch her make it her *****, made it that much better. Each character was so different, but each evolved wonderfully, kinda like a butterfly. To see their souls come to life, there is just no words. I am also a HUGE fan of the title being weaved into the book, and every time it was done, I had goosies all over my body.

Aspen is a bad *****. Being the only female in such a domineering sport, it attests to what kind of person she is. She is bold, determined, and can take pretty much anything like a man. Seeing how she is a woman, she does have a STRONG feminine side, with a soft heart. She is a kick butt mom that I could for sure use a lesson from.

Dominic was a complex character, that I quickly fell for. He is like an onion, with each layer pealed back, he truly starts to shine. He comes off as the cocky womanizing football God, when he is anything but. This man has the heart of all hearts, and an simplicity to him that could only come from a difficult life. This guy would make ovaries explode all over the world.

When life throws Aspen and Dominic into London, Maine, they know in order to make the best of the best, they have to come together as one. Let me just say, it's easier said than done.


~ Ashley


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