Sleeping with the Enemy

Sleeping with the Enemy - Tracy Solheim Sleeping with the Enemy (Out of Bounds #4)by Tracy Solheim

Dot-com millionaire Jay McManus is discovering that owning a pro football team like the Baltimore Blaze isn’t easy. An anonymous blogger is out to destroy his reputation, and now his team is being sued by its own cheerleaders. If Jay’s not careful, he could lose big—and not just financially.
Bridgett Janik’s brother may play for the Baltimore Blaze, but she’s not thrilled to be defending Jay McManus, the man who broke her heart. It’s bad enough she has to mingle with Jay during games, but working beside her former lover may be too much for her body—and her heart—to resist.
Jay’s determined not to let Bridgett slip away from him a second time. But, as the two follow the mysterious blogger’s trail, secrets—both past and present—are revealed, and Jay and Bridgett must decide if their relationship can be something more than just sleeping with the enemy.

My Review:
Sleeping With the Enemy wasn't one of my favorite novels as far as the romance goes however there's an exploration into relationships that I did like because it was more than just our h/h that got the spotlight. Secondaries also got quite a bit of reader time. Solheim did a fantastic job debating the emotion vs action and intent dynamic in peoples relationships, friendships, and also how everyone struggles to find their way through the maze of feeling and doing and how our actions or inactions can affect others around us. I enjoyed Sleeping With the Enemy for the type of life lessons she brought up. In the end it was a great book I really enjoyed.

My Rating:
4 Stars

Reviewed By: Krissy's Bookshelf Reviews

Note: I received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley