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Former US army serviceman and author Gerald Nardella released a catchy novel

The story is inspired from the author’s younger days.


Afraid the coach might pull him from the game, Brian shook the blood from his finger and hurried and called another play.

Author Gerald Nardella writes a salient story between two teenagers in “Playing Hurt” (ReadersMagnet; 2018). The novel follows Brian, a high school football athlete, and Deanie, a beautiful cheerleader.
Brian is in his senior year of high school and he hopes to make the best of it. During a football match, he gets injured but his coach tells him to stay in the game since nobody is going to replace him. Worse, his girlfriend, Deanie, has been avoiding him since the previous night when they had sex for the first time. He intends to meet her after the big game, but when trouble develops between two rival schools, Brian gets caught up in the middle.
After the rumble, Deanie is with her friends and her previous boyfriend, Bill, who comes back to town. The return of Bill is just the beginning of an uphill battle between Brian and Deanie. Can they emerge stronger? Can they stick it out playing hurt?
Readers will find that out as Gerald Nardella shows off his book at the 2019 Frankfurt International Book Fair. The largest literary and cultural festival is slated at the Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1 in Frankfurt, Germany on October 16-20, 2019. Save the date!
“Playing Hurt” is now available in bookstores everywhere and at online shops such as Amazon, eBay, Barnes & Noble, and Google Books. Get a copy today!
Playing Hurt
Author | Gerald L. Nardella
Publisher | ReadersMagnet, LLC
Published Date | September 27, 2018
Genre | Fiction
ISBN-10 | 1948864800
ISBN-13 | 978-1948864800
Paperback Price | $6.38
About the Author
Gerald L. Nardella was born and raised in Livingston, Montana, and he served in the U.S. Army. He married Peggy, his high school sweetheart, in 1962. They have two children, Michael and Terri. Gerald received a degree in accounting from Montana State University, Bozeman, in 1968. He worked for a national CPA firm before starting his own CPA practice in Billings in 1974. Gerald enjoys golfing, reading, and working on the family cabin in the Crazy Mountains

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