by Celia Cohen
What could be a better assignment for a lesbian cop than handling personal security for the hottest player on the women’s tennis circuit? After just 10 minutes on the job, Officer Wendy Lynn Kotter can think of a million things—like walking barefoot on broken glass or chugging a bottle of Tabasco sauce. It seems that off the court, angel of Wimbledon Alie de Ville is spoiled, conceited, rude, and—to make matters worse—a thousand times more attractive and desirable than any of her Sports Illustrated covers can convey.
Tennis isn’t the only game Alie excels at. Her winning streak extends to her bedroom—and she’s got her sights set on a new trophy. Rich, powerful, and on her home turf, the professional athlete appears to have the advantage. But former softball champ Kotter is no stranger to tough competition. Could the champion have met her match?
First Published by Naiad Press 1997