Book Three in the Poker Night series.
For three years, Trey Huggins has watched and wanted Principal Cole Harding. As a teacher in the high school where they both work, Trey knows it'll never happen. Even if Cole was gay, he'd never go for a guy like Trey.
Seeking love in other places, Trey meets a man online and finally agrees to a drink. What he gets instead is a trip to the emergency room in the back of an ambulance. With the school year swiftly approaching, Trey fights to overcome his physical limitations as well as his constant fear.
For twenty-five years, Cole has managed to keep his private life separate from his job. Extending a helping hand to a colleague shouldn't be a big deal, but the feelings Trey invokes in Cole are anything but professional.
Can the teacher tutor the principal in love, or will class be out for these two before the school year even begins?
|Cover art by||April Martinez|
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Customer ReviewsReview from Literary Nymphs ReviewsReviewed by Critter NymphThis is a series that is sure to make its way to many keeper shelves. The stories flow easily into the next; therefore, it is necessary to read them in order...Pocket Pair has become my favorite and one I will be reading again soon.Read the full review atDecember 2009Review from Fallen Angel ReviewsReviewed by HayleyPocket Pair is the third book in the Poker Night series by Carol Lynne. While it could probably stand on its own I recommend reading the previous books in the series to fully grasp the storyline...As with others in the series Pocket Pair ends with a tantalizing hint of things to come and I can't wait to see where the wonderful Ms. Lynne will lead us next.Read the full review atNovember 2009Review from Night Owl Romance ReviewsReviewed by Vallerianna4.75 out of 5! This book put me through an emotional "I want" wringer. I wanted Trey to have the courage to lean on his friends and keep looking for love, I wanted Cole to decide that a relationship with Trey was worth the risks, I wanted both of them to be brave enough to try and I wanted the bad guy caught in the worst way. Luckily I got all that and more...Read the full review atAugust 2009
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