The Wolves: A Football Dynasty Series by Karla Sorensen

4.14 · 75 ratings
  • The Lie (The Wolves: A Football Dynasty #1)
    #1

    The Lie (The Wolves: A Football Dynasty #1)

    Karla Sorensen

    Rated: 4.32 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 27 ratings · published 2021

    Rule number 1 for the team owner’s daughter? Don’t date the players. Especially not hotheaded tight ends with tattoos and impulse control problems. That’s why Dominic Walker is completely off my radar. Sort of. Babysitting the team troublemaker when he’s forced to volunteer for the foundation where I work means I can’t exactly avoid him. I wish I had though. Because once I get to know Dominic, it’s almost impossible to ignore the feelings he brings out in me... more

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  • The Plan (The Wolves: A Football Dynasty #2)
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    The Plan (The Wolves: A Football Dynasty #2)

    Karla Sorensen

    Rated: 4.05 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 4 of 5
    · 27 ratings · published 2022

    Have you ever fake dated your bodyguard? I don't recommend it. Especially if he's anything like Erik Wilder: former football player, world class know-it-all and unapologetic grump. To be clear, I didn't want a bodyguard (hence the fake dating idea). Most days, I can’t figure out why he wants the job either. We drive each other insane, probably because we’re as opposite as two people can be. He’s suspicious, never talks about his past and has the comfort skills of a cactus... more

  • The Crush (The Wolves: A Football Dynasty #3)
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    The Crush (The Wolves: A Football Dynasty #3)

    Karla Sorensen

    Rated: 4.03 of 5 stars
    · Steam rating: 3 of 5
    · 21 ratings · published 2022

    You know that girl from your past that you can’t quite stop thinking about? The one that you pushed away because you had a goal that seemed so much bigger, so much more important than any crush you might have had?That’s Adaline Wilder for me.Nothing came before football. Not in college, and not in my five years in the pros. All I wanted was to win games, win a championship, carve my own path out of the illustrious Ward family football legacy. And I’ve done all that. But something is missing... more

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