Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Review Blitz for The Player by K. Bromberg

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Baseball has never been sexier in an all-new novel by New York Times Bestselling Author, K. Bromberg. 

Easton Wylder is baseball royalty. The game is his life. His passion. His everything

So, when an injury threatens to end Easton’s season early, the team calls in renowned physical therapist, Doc Dalton, to oversee his recovery. Except it’s not Doc who greets Easton for his first session, but rather, his daughter, Scout. She may be feisty, athletic, defiant, and gorgeous, but Easton is left questioning whether she has what it takes to help him. 

Scout Dalton’s out to prove a female can handle the pressure of running the physical therapy regimen of an MLB club. And that proof comes in the form of getting phenom Easton Wylder back on the field. But getting him healthy means being hands-on. 

And with a man as irresistible as Easton, being hands-on can only lead to one thing, trouble. Because the more she touches him, the more she wants him, and she can’t want him. Not when it’s her job to maintain the club’s best interest, in regards to whether he’s ready to play. 

But when sparks fly and fine lines are crossed, can they withstand the heat, or is one of them bound to get burned?  

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Review: 5 STARS!!

What an AMAZING book by K. Bromberg!! This book was a great way to start off a new series and let me tell you, this book definitely packs a punch and will leave you wanting more!!

I loved Scout's character. She really touched my emotional side. She was such a hard worker and so driven to be perfect. She was tough and didn't take any crap from anyone, but she also knew when to just brush off people's comments. I respected her ability to walk away and not revel in petty drama. Scout was at war within herself, between her head and her heart and my heart went out to her and what she went through and what she is being put through throughout this book by someone who should be cheering her on, not talking down to her. 

Easton is almost in the same boat as Scout; with being a hard worker and driven and instead of encouragement from someone who should be encouraging, he is getting scolded and talked down too. My first impression of Easton's character was that he is a complete jack@$$, but then he shows his true colors and you can't not fall in love with him. He was funny, cocky (not in an obnoxious way), sweet and he love/hate relationship with the game was beautiful. He sees through Scout's facade and breaks down her walls, and it seems like Scout can see through Easton and breaks down his walls also.

These two characters have a kinship that can't really be explained, but they are perfect together. The passion between them is beautiful and I absolutely LOVE the banter between them. This book had me swooning & laughing, but it also made my heart hurt and had me on the edge of my seat. K. Bromberg did a great job with these characters and I cannot wait for the second part of their story!!

-Elizabeth from Crazii Bitches Book Blog

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New York Times Bestselling author K. Bromberg writes contemporary novels that contain a mixture of sweet, emotional, a whole lot of sexy, and a little bit of real. She likes to write strong heroines, and damaged heroes who we love to hate and hate to love. A mom of three, she plots her novels in between school runs and soccer practices, more often than not with her laptop in tow. Since publishing her first book in 2013, K. has sold over one million copies of her books and has landed on the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal Bestsellers lists over twenty-five times. In April, she’ll release The Player, the first in a two-book sports romance series (The Catch, book 2, will be released late June), with many more already outlined and ready to be written. She loves to hear from her readers so make sure you check her out on social media or sign up for her newsletter to stay up to date on all her latest releases and sales HERE 

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