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    Scoring the Player by Samantha Lind

    Samantha Lind wins with SCORING THE PLAYER, the second book in the Indianapolis Eagles series. Indianapolis Eagles Hockey defenseman, Brian Kelly, has a reputation as a lady’s man. That is until he meets, Kinley Williams. This contemporary sports romance is suitable for adult audiences. Brian is a teammate of Scott Taylor form book one, JUST SAY YES. Kinley is the best friend of Becca Phillips, also from book one. This is the first book that I have read by Samantha Lind. I enjoyed her writing style. After reading about Scott and Becca in this story, I want to go back and read book one, JUST SAY YES. However, I had no problem following SCORING THE PLAYER as a standalone. Samantha Lind did a nice job with her character development. The characters are likeable and believable. Brian is a good guy. He has a hard time figuring out if people like him or are interested in him for his fame and money. He has a great relationship with his family. Kinley is a sweet heroine. She selfless and cares about others. The two face some interesting obstacles including a long-distance relationship. Kinley is in Alaska and Brian lives in Indianapolis. His family is in Minnesota. The story was skillfully written and flowed well. It held my interest throughout. I’m looking forward to book three, PLAYING FOR KEEPS, expecting to be released in 2018. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Brian is a total sweetheart

    This is a touching romance. Brian & Kinley meet through mutual friends and quickly become friends. They both are attracted to each other, but distance seems to stand in the way of a relationship. I really admired Brian's patience throughout, though I never bought that he was a player; he seemed like a genuinely nice guy. This is a good read with steady pacing throughout, and quite a few sexy scenes to keep up the heat level. I voluntarily read & reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    hot and passionate

    Usually this author's books go straight to my heart and just do a number on me, unfortunately while I liked the story and all that happened, for some reason I couldn't connect with them. I read it and it wasn't a bad read it just fell kinda flat. I love that there are carryover characters to connect with but these two while full of passion and heat just didn't do it for me. It isn't a bad read and while there are some things that would normally have me bawling like a baby it didn't happen. I realize I'm in the minority here and since this authors books are normally a straight up win for me I will most definitely read more of her work.
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    A Great Friends to Lovers Romance!

    "If we do this, there's no turning back, Kin. You can't push me away again. It will kill me." I absolutely adored this story!! The misunderstood hero meets the strong-willed heroine. The humorous banter, the tension of holding back, the joy of finally giving in, and the feeling of knowing you've found "the one", all the feels are here. Kinley Williams hasn't had the best luck at dating. She's on hiatus. Then she meets Brian Kelly. He's got the reputation of being a player, and more than just on the ice. She's not going to be his "Girl of the Month", but she can't deny the attraction. Determined to keep him in the friend zone because of his womanizing, she finds it more difficult to do the more she gets to know him. Which persona is the facade? Is it the womanizer, or the sensitive good guy she's seeing? How long can she keep him at arm's length when her heart wants to let him in? Brian Kelly has enjoyed the celebrity of being on a winning national hockey team. He's had his share of "puck bunnies" but he's grown tired of it. It's just not holding the same thrill it used to. He's ready to settle down, but he's never sure if a woman is interested in his celebrity and money, or if she's interested in just.....him. Meeting Kinley sparks something in him that he hasn't felt before. He wants her, and for more than just a quick fling. But, due to geographical distance, schedules, and other hurdles, she just wants to be friends. That's ok. He'll wait. But,he'll do his best to convince her that he's worth the chance. When she finally lets him in, and lets her walls down, it's better than he ever imagined. When tragedy strikes and she pushes him away, will he fight for her, or let her go? I love this series so hard!! I can't wait for the next book!
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