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Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should Read

There are countless Sports Romance courses, tutorials, articles available online, but for some, having a book is still a necessity to learn. This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.

1. Naughty or Ice (Buffalo Tempest Hockey) (2018)

 Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should ReadEva Bradshaw used to have standards. But with Christmas around the corner and a six-year-old daughter to feed, there’s not much the former Olympic figure skater wouldn’t do for some extra cash, even if it means violating her hard limit: hockey players. NHL center Walker Dunn has been stuck on the injured list for months. So when his trainer springs for some one-on-one time with a beautiful woman, Walker’s more than ready to take the edge off… until he realizes the ice princess with the perfect ass isn’t there to handle his stick. She’s there to coach him back into action—whether he likes it or not. But…
Author(s): Sylvia Pierce

2. Kinda Hate You: An Enemies to Lovers College Romance (2019)

 Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should ReadI've always hated Cal.We fight constantly. Just the sight of him gets my blood boiling.Problem is, I'm best friends with his sister so it's hard to avoid him.And now we're going to the same college. He's also giving me swimming lessons but I have no idea why. I swear he's only doing it so he can drown me.I really hate him.I hate the smirk on his face.I hate his gorgeous blue eyes. His dark tan. His muscular arms.I hate the way my stomach flutters when he touches me in the pool.And most of all? I hate that I'm…
Author(s): Allie Everhart

3. Puck Me Secretly (A Vancouver Wolves Hockey Romance) (2018)

 Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should ReadI’ve never been in love.I’ve never had an orgasm, but I’ve faked plenty.I want to experience love. Real, passionate love.I don’t want to die.It’s funny what blurts out of your mouth when the plane you’re on is going down, and I didn’t hold back with my seat mate when my plane decided to crash.My hysterical confessions didn’t faze the muscular stranger that sat beside me. In fact, he promised if we survived, he’d give me my first orgasm. We survived.I came.And then he left without telling me who he was.On the first day of my job, I stood in front of the Vancouver Wolves hockey team and called out a…
Author(s): Odette Stone

4. Playing for Keeps (Hot Jocks) (2019)

 Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should ReadI’ve never been so stupid in my entire life.Elise Parrish, my teammate’s incredibly sweet and gorgeous younger sister should have been off-limits, but my hockey stick didn’t get that memo.After our team won the championship, and plenty of alcohol, our flirting turned physical and I took her to bed.I knew it was wrong to punch her V-card, but when I mess up, I’m apparently a go big or go home kind of guy.Shame sent her running the next morning from our catastrophic mistake.She thinks I don’t remember that night—but every detail is burned into my brain so deeply, I’ll never forget. The feel of her in my arms, the soft…
Author(s): Kendall Ryan

5. Interference: (St. Michaels Duet – Book 1) (2019)

 Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should ReadBraydenI’m a goddamn prodigy.  It’s true. Ask anyone. My own mother didn’t want me. I threw my first curveball the day I was born. Now the whole town is waiting on me. To live up to my father’s famous name. To reach for the stars.  All I want to reach for is her. But Ashley is the sweet addiction I can’t afford. She’s my best friend’s sister. Hell, she’s practically my little sister. For years, I’ve protected her from guys that want one thing. What happens now that…
Author(s): Harlow Cole

6. Better With You (Bragan University Series) (2018)

 Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should ReadMia Collins has an amazing life. She was popular in high school, and college is off to a great start. Everything seems perfect until she goes home for the break and everything changes… One night sets everything in motion and Mia’s world begins to fall apart. She’s stunned that the life she thought she knew was all a lie. After she loses her family, she’s forced to start over. This time though, she vows to not let anyone get close to her again – to not get hurt again. But life has a funny way of doing the opposite of what you ask for…Colton Hunter is the captain and quarterback of a winning team. With killer…
Author(s): Gianna Gabriela

7. Cruel Prince: Royal Hearts Academy (2019)

 Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should ReadI never thought I’d step foot in Royal Manor again. But four years later, here I am…back to finish my senior year at Royal Hearts Academy.And forced to face Jace Covington. My first friend. First crush. First kiss. The one I left behind.Only—he isn’t the same boy I gave my heart to.This new Jace is as cruel as he is gorgeous.And he’s determined to make my life a living hell. Along with the rest of his glorified family and crew of tyrants.They expect me to worship the ground they walk on like everyone else, but I’d rather eat dirt.If Jace Covington wants me…
Author(s): Ashley Jade , A. Jade, et al.

Best Sports Romance Books Everyone Should Read

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Please note that this booklist is not errorless. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to Los Angeles Times, others are composed by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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