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  • Entertaining

    5 star Review Private Player by Louise Bay Meeting at a mutual friends’ wedding, sparks fly between Madison Shore and Nathan Cove and in fact their meet cute was hysterical. When I first read the blurb for this book it had me laughing out loud and I knew I had to read it. To be honest it took me a little while to warm up to these characters but once I did, it was full speed ahead. After a passionate one night stand they part ways not expecting to meet again. Both are horrified when they learn that Madison has been charged with writing an article on the super successful Nathan. He needs to clean up his reputation and his board of directors are insisting that he allow her to shadow him at his meetings both professionally and personally. As they get to know one another they both realize there is more to one another than they first thought. Can they resist the attraction that seems to be getting harder to ignore. One of my favourite parts of this story was the relationship that Nathan has with his family. It was heart warming and the camaraderie and witty banter between Nathan and his brothers was humorous.

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  • Chemistry, Cuteness & Complications

    This was an utterly enjoyable book. The storyline was fun and very well written. The characters are so easy to love and I thought their chemistry was simply delicious. Things get off to a cute start but it doesn't take long for reality to intrude and complications for the two to arise. Plenty of emotions, drama, humor, steam and heart are woven throughout this charming romance that I think is sure to leave a smile on your face and an abundance of feels and swoon in your heart. This is my elective, forthright review.

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  • A rather good read!

    Private Player is Nathan Cove’s story and you will be sent on one rocky journey. Its also a veritable slow burn. There are secrets, great family bonds and good banter as well. When Madison is tasked with an opportunity as a journalist to shadow Nathan for an article, needless to say neither of them knows what will eventuate. I genuinely liked both of these characters and felt they just got each other. Nathans family were an absolute hoot, genuinely warm, happy people. However when certain things get out in the media, will the trust be broken and how will they react to things? A rather good read! Im definitely looking forward to reading more.

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  • Refreshing!

    This was a refreshing read and I believe it's my first by this author. Now I will be reading more. I fell for both Madison and Nathan. They felt real and raw and the chemistry was great. The story starts out fun and has some serious moments but not overwhelming. I want more of the brothers now.

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  • I already need more

    4,25 stars. This book was sweet, steamy and had a great story line. When Nathan and Madison meet, all they can think about is how they connect so easily and how their chemistry sparks so intensily. Little did they know that their lives would be entangled so tightly for the next few weeks. To try and save his image, Nathan needs a journalist to write about him and show his true image. When that same journalist turns out to be Madison, they were surprised, rightfully wary and struggling to keep their growing feelings at bay. As they get to know each other better (even better than their closest people), they both realize that trust and loyalty are two of the most important things for them. Yet they're both keeping secrets that have the potential to ruin their jobs, their careers and the relationship they're unknownigly starting. I loved their interactions and the respect they had for each other. Despite of their secrets, they were honest and loyal to themselves and to the other, and that only solidified their feelings. I also loved Nathan's family, their dynamics, how supportive they were. I can't wait to read more about them.

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