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The King of Tackling

• A romantic comedy from a man’s point of view, for a change!
• A novel set in the world of rugby – where you don’t only meet brutes! – bringing a nice bit of testosterone
• A uniquely sensitive and tender text

Marc Moritz
The King of Tackling
Type
Women's fiction
Word count
39000
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He’s a professional sportsman, weighing 222 pds.
Will he resist her shy 5’1?

Romain is the kind of rugby player they just don’t make anymore, and he knows it. He is also the kind of man they don’t make anymore, but he’s really not aware of it.

In his wild youth, he earned a reputation for being a hard hitter: “The King of tackling” is his middle name. He’s a legend of the sport, yet not one to pose for calendars or go to press parties. The reason? He hates being photographed.

But when young photographer Margot is hired by the club, his heart begins to pound. And when some players, including Romain’s sworn enemy, are a bit too forward with her, he cannot help protecting her a little too much…

 

• A romantic comedy from a man’s point of view, for a change!
• A novel set in the world of rugby – where you don’t only meet brutes! – bringing a nice bit of testosterone
• A uniquely sensitive and tender text

About the author

Marc Moritz
Marc Moritz, converted to romance thanks to Rick Castle, has published three novels under a different name and is captain of the French writers’ football team. Bad at lying but good at doing dishes, he plays cards and likes reading in the bath