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    Awesome

    Loved this book! It's a quick and totally enjoyable read. The story is fun, sexy, sweet, and lighthearted. Lucas and Violet are great characters. He's a footballer with a reputation as a bad boy. She's a woman who has been burned by the jock type before so there's no way she's going to get involved with this one. She does have to clean his penthouse though since he's paid for it and all. Once Violet gets to know Lucas she realizes he not at all like his reputation portrays him. He's actually a great guy. Kind, caring, funny - NO, just no. Maybe? The writing is excellent and I adored these characters. I think this is a book everyone will enjoy. I definitely recommend it.
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    violet & Lucas

    A sports love story between football player Lucas and student Violet. Violet is helping her mom so she ends up cleaning penthouse who belongs to Lucas. Lucas is immediately attracted to Violet and is in shock when she doesn't want to go out whit him so he tries to be friend with her. Soon friendship turns into something more. But Lucas is keeping a secret from Violet who can break them or make them. Lucas was an ok character, a person with daddy issues, a football player with not knowing how successful will be his recovery and going back to the field. We can see he has some good friend, a good relationship with the family and priorities set straight, for me he was a likable character. Violet was an ok I did not feel in love with her and didn't find something special in her. Lucas was her teenage crush and what was the odds that her previous cheating boyfriend was also a football player. She is at first shown as an introvert girl but doesn't seem to be one. And her saying no to Lucas and determination to stay away quickly crumbles. There are some other things that were too predictable not great and what bothers me the most was a public conference confession. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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    A very addictive read!

    My first Christina Phillips book, and I loved it! Lucas Carter has it all – he’s a premier league football player, drop dead gorgeous and a real charmer with the ladies. He's in for a surprise though when Violet Henderson walks into his life. She doesn't instantly fall for his charming ways, and he's a bit put out by this! Lol! But what he doesn't know is that Violet used to date a football player, and there's no way in hell she's going to go down that road again! Or will she?! Once Upon a Player is one of those books you just don't want to put down. It’s highly enjoyable and entertaining and one I would definitely recommend. 5 big shiny gold stars!
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    LOVED!!!

    I loved this book! Lucas is the totally hot and swoon-worthy professional athlete, while Violet is the young woman filled with insecurities and an ill mom who first encounters Lucas while helping her mom out by cleaning his house. He isn't quite what she expected and they begin a tenuous friendship. As their friendship grows and changes, each makes lots of assumptions and miscommunications. This brings in all the angst that you would expect in a young love story. I found myself turning pages quickly as I became engrossed in Lucas and Violet's tale. This is the second book in this series and I enjoyed it just as much as the first, however, it is a stand alone novel. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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    Enjoyable & Engaging

    This was an enjoyable, engaging story. That drew me in from the start. As the characters were likable, the storyline super sweet,cute and extremely easy to read. **I was kindly provided with an ARC by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**
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