Griff Montgomery Quarterback-Jean C. Joachim


Two people, two tragedies, two deep, devastating secrets…. Griff Montgomery is the headline-making, heart-breaking star quarterback of the Kings – a 6’4”, 33 year old womanizer. Lauren Farraday is a beautiful young interior designer, bitterly scarred by divorce, whose life is falling apart. Though they violently oppose one another in court over her beloved pug (she thinks he’s arrogant and conceited, and he thinks she’s a bitch on wheels), something happens….

These are the bare bones of this sizzling romance, riddled with passion — the first in a brand new series that’ll tantalize football fans and have readers glued to every page and on the edge of their seats!

Griff looks like a super hero with his tousled, mahogany hair, dazzling smile, dark, sexy eyes, and a body that does something indescribable to a tight pair of jeans. Though Lauren’s sworn off men forever, one look sends shivers down her spine, making her feel lonelier than ever before. Her lustrous, long hair, sparkling green eyes, and nonstop curves make his fingers tingle at the thought of touching her. How do they deal with their cataclysmic attraction? Will they be able to drop their protective facades – his to camouflage his grief over his sister and her family, for whom he was a surrogate father, moving 3000 miles away…. And hers’ to shield her from the incalculable loss of her husband and hoped for child?

For Griff, the thought of falling in love is as foreign as toe shoes and a tutu. For Lauren, it’s like putting on cleats and a helmet and running 50 yards…. Can they, will they, risk it?


EXCERPTS (Exclusive Excerpt):

“Yeah. Forget it. Doesn’t matter what I think of you, anyway.” She opened the back door and bent over to fasten Spike’s leash into the seatbelt.

“Oh? Why?”

She squared her shoulders, put her hands on her hips, and faced him. “Let’s get this straight. We hate each other…”

“Hate is a strong word.”

“Dislike, then?”

“Well, yeah, maybe.”

“We’re in the middle of a custody battle. Don’t be a jerk. I know what you think of me.”

“Do you?”

“You telling me we’re best friends?”

“No, but we don’t have to be mortal enemies, either. We both like Spike. Can we be civil?”

“Civil? To a man who’s trying to take my dog away? He’s my life. And you want me to be happy about it?”

“Your life? That’s too bad.” He looked her over, his gaze taking in all her luscious curves. “A woman who looks like you should have more going for her than that.”


MediaKit_AuthorPhoto_GriffMontgomeryQuarterbackAbout Jean

Jean Joachim, wife and mother of two sons, is owned by a rescued pug, named Homer. She’d been writing non-fiction for what seemed like forever until she got up the nerve to try fiction. It was love. Now she spends her days in New York City in the company of her characters, with a cup of tea and a secret stash of black licorice.

Jean Joachim is a best-selling romance fiction author, with books hitting the Amazon Top 100 list since 2012. She writes mostly contemporary romance, which includes sports romance and romantic suspense.

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7 thoughts on “Griff Montgomery Quarterback-Jean C. Joachim

  1. Thank you so much for having me on your lovely blog!
    My favorite authors are romance and non-romance. V. L. Locey for hockey romance. Jane Austen, Sinclair Lewis, Agatha Christie, Harlan Coben. I’m all over the lot.
    I’m currently working on edits for the last book in this football series, called OVERTIME. I expect it to be out soon. And I’m now halfway through the first draft of the first book in my baseball romance series, Bottom of the Ninth.
    I also read a short series by Debbie Macomber that inspired me to write my Now and Forever books and my new small town series, Pine Grove. I love painting a small town and fleshing out supporting characters. In the football books, some of the supporting characters grew so much that they have their own chapters in the final book. I love when a story takes over and directs me as to the best way to take it. That’s one of the things I love most about being an author.
    Jane Austen does that, too, take you right into the time period and put you right in the village with small details and great supporting characters that add flavor to the story. Thank you so much for reading the excerpt and leaving comments.

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