🎧Wired: The Solomon Brothers Series, Book 1 by Leslie North and narrated by Rebecca Roberts is available on audio!🎧
Star quarterback Marcus Kingston lives and breathes football. He’s trusted his abilities and instincts to get him this far, but an injury last season nearly ended his career. When his coaches want him to wear biofeedback technology to analyze his game, Marcus thinks the idea is ridiculous. Plus, the mousy scientist behind the project knows nothing about sports, and she quickly gets under his skin. But with another QB waiting on the sidelines, Marcus can either agree to participate, or be benched – permanently.
Scientist Clare Wynifred values intellect above most things. With her brain constantly working, she has little interest in her appearance and zero interest in sports. She never imagined her wearable tech being used to improve someone’s game, but its success with the team could get her a military contract. Clare may be too late to save her brother, but her technology could save the lives of countless soldiers. She just has to make it work with the stubborn quarterback, and she’ll be one step closer to her goal. Marcus and Clare butt heads at first, but their mutual attraction quickly grows. And yet, with everything to lose, it’s easy to ignore that together they might be able to go the distance.
Marcus is a professional quarterback who as he begins to get older finds it more difficult to heal from injuries. He is determined to prove to his team that he is still capable of leading his team as football is his life. Claire has suffered a terrible loss which has caused her to create some technology that she wants to be used in the military but first it needs to be tested and her first subject is Marcus.
Marcus doesn’t want anything to do with Claire or her technology, but he doesn’t have a choice. As they spend time together it becomes much more than a job but once all the truths are revealed will they be able to find their way back to each other?
I received a complimentary copy of the audiobook and thought that the narrator did a great job on mastering the differences between the male and female voices so you knew whose point of view it was.