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    One Night

    This is book #3 of The Players series and the only girl Echo. Each book in the series just keeps getting better. She finally did something for herself. During a night out fake ame and all, it was love at first sight. A burning attraction that couldn't be denied. Enter Cole, Mr. hot and sexy. One night of guilty pleasure was she wanted. But unknowingly to her this man is her new track coach. When the two meet again it's fireworks in more than one way. This was a awesome and fun read . I felt like I was there cheering her on. I love Cole and Echo as a couple, they were exactly what the other needed. INana Malone did her thing. Gramps (smh) too much.
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    Lessons on saying "No"

    A well written, young adult romance, dealing with issues created by an autocratic patriarchal grandfather. Echo typifies most women's inability to say "no", resulting in the type of stress we are all familiar with. Just when Echo thinks she is reaching out for her dreams, they are snatched away by family responsibility. In addition, her well-meaning family make arrangements for her to be coached to ensure she makes it to the Olympics, on the assumption that what they want is what she wants as well. There were so many aspects to this story that women could identify with, not least of which was the pressure to acquiesce to the demands of her parents. After an exciting one night stand with Cole, Echo is horrified to realise that he is the coach that her parents have employed to ensure she makes it to the Olympics. Cole has had his fill of entitled young women, and when he realises that the girl he cannot forget is his new assignment, he is angry and assumes that he has been played. Nevertheless, the burning attraction between Echo and Cole persists, despite their best attempts to douse the flames. Unfortunately, Echo's grandfather, who considers himself an expert despite never having actually competed in the Olympics, meddles and insults all Cole's efforts to give Echo the best training possible for her abilities. The reader's emotions are engaged, especially when Grandfather Rory makes his entrance and one would dearly love to muzzle him. Although this book is part of a series, it is nevertheless a stand alone and the gaps are sufficiently filled that one is not left wondering what happened in this family saga in previous episodes. The book comes to a satisfying ending, albeit a little abruptly. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review
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    Echo by Nana Malone

    Only girl. Middle child. The dependable one. Echo could go on and on. She fell into the role naturally. She managed her brothers, protected them when they needed it, made sure the parents didn't have to. She was the one they went to. Now, that she finally had her own dreams worked out, they needed her again. Oh, they were going to reward her--the way they wanted. Did they ever stop to think that maybe she had her own plans? Cole couldn't believe the offer. The money would ease his worry about paying for his brother's college. It was an amazing offer for someone new to coaching. He'd miss his brother but otherwise he didn't mind the move. Face it, he'd never wanted to represent the “upper class.” Still, it was an offer he couldn't refuse. Now, he just needed to get excited about it. Neither had wanted to go out. Neither was excited or much company. When their friends talked them into a night on the town before they began the next step in their lives, they'd gone, reluctantly. That is until one dance, one kiss led to more. One night. Yes, last person she expected to face with her parents was the man who'd rocked her world. The man who was hired to help shatter her dreams so she could fulfill her grandfather's and parent's dreams. Instead of designing clothes, she'd be running toward the Olympics. Likewise, the rich princess he was supposed to coach was the woman he couldn't forget. How will they handle their relationships, professional and personal. This is another winner from Ms. Malone. I love Echo's and Cole's unselfishness. I'm happy to see her come into her own. Both are loyal, committed individuals who deserve happiness. Will they get it? You'll enjoy this sometimes tender, steamy, and watching them grow and learn about themselves and that life isn't always what you see on the surface.
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    Great read

    The sister's story! Echo is surrounded by successful males and just goes with the flow. Cole is a little bitter about being injured & forced to train others for a living instead of being able run competitively himself. Both of these character have a little growing pains that they need to get over and when they come to terms with that they become stronger and relationship ready even though they started out on opposite sides of the track. Very inspiring & at times nerve-wracking but entertaining romance, author doesn't disappoint. Enjoy learning more about this family, can't wait until their Grandfather gets his though & the father's health mystery is revealed.
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    Enjoyable read

    Echo comes from a family of sports stars and gets a lot of pressure from family to follow their footsteps. Cole is hired on as her coach. I have to say that I would hate to be in her family - her parents are so self-absorbed that they don't even know their daughter and her grandfather is just a world-class a..... But in this story, we see Echo stand up for herself, which is awesome! I received a copy of this book from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.
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