Taming the Legend (London Legends #4)
Carina Press / May 11, 2015 / $3.99 digital
When retiring rugby star Ash Trenton considered his next career move, coaching troubled teens at his ex-girlfriend's California camp wasn't on the list. But when Camila Morales reappears after eighteen years, begging for his help, he can't say no to his first and only love.
Camila was just sixteen when Ash moved on to start his rugby career, leaving her heartbroken and on her own to make a life-changing decision. Now she needs his help to win a tournament prize and save her camp. Relying on Ash is the last thing she wants. But while it's hard to get over being dumped for a sport, it's even harder to ignore the rush of attraction that has only gotten stronger after so many years apart.
Coaching teens is the hardest job Ash has ever had, and the task becomes personal when he begins to fall for Camila all over again. But when he is offered his dream job, will he choose the job—or the woman whose heart he already sacrificed once?
Camila Morales is desperate. So desperate, in fact, that she is willing to take her meager savings, go to London, and try to convince her first love to help her. The camp she has been running ever since she inherited it from her dad in California is in serious danger of closing. Camila has a madcap idea about how to save the camp, but she just has to do one thing: convince rugby king Ashley Trenton to come back to America with her. Ash just finished his last rugby game as a Legend, and has no idea what will come next in his life. Surprised isn’t an adequate word to describe his feelings when he sees his long lost first love Mila at the victory after party. Surprised is also not an adequate word to describe his shock when she punches him right in the face. In Kat Latham’s Taming the Legend, Mila and Ash are second chance lovers with a lot to sort out and not a lot of time to do it.