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Rad-Reader:  What was it that got this story to come to the front over any other?
J.:  National Signing Day is such a big deal for college athletics and I always wondered what would happen if the number one recruit in the country went somewhere completely unexpected.

Rad-Reader:  Who doesn’t find it odd that to this day her father didn’t openly claim that he had a daughter?  I could understand when he was a minor. But Come on when he was older?
J.:  I really don’t think Amber feels like she was slighted in anyway. 

Rad-Reader:  Couldn’t that be a lot of where her anger with her father comes from then add everything else?  Wants to be a dad when it is convenient for him.
J.:  I think her anger with him is a front.  Being angry with him means she doesn’t have to share what happened or admit she feels like she made a mistake. 
Rad-Reader: Yeah, I can see that now. Never thought of that.

Rad-Reader:  Her father to me was a total control freak.  Am I wrong in my read on…



Baseball star Will Vandergriff knows any number of women who would happily pretend to be his girlfriend. In a last-ditch effort to restore his good standing with his team’s higher-ups, he enlists the help of his neurotic, goody-goody neighbor. Schoolteacher Olivia Pratt might be a bit quirky and a bit of a loner, but she’s a lot more inviting than she knows. Will hopes that bringing her to his next game might revamp his reckless reputation and help get his career back on track. The only problem? The plan works a little too well. Not only do the higher-ups love Olivia, but Will plays his best game yet. Suddenly his losing streak is a thing of the past, and Olivia is his new good-luck charm. Will feels anything but lucky.

After years of keeping the world at bay, Olivia Pratt is pulling off the ultimate performance—not only reluctantly posing as Will’s girlfriend but also insisting that she’s oblivious to his major-league appeal. But she can only lie to herse…