zondag 13 januari 2013

Tempting the Player - J. Lynn

Tempting the Player (Gamble Brothers, #2)
Series: The Gamble Brothers #2
Release date: 2012 
Stars 4/5

Chad Gamble, all-star pitcher for the Nationals, is one of the best players on—and off—the field. And right now, the notorious bad boy wants Bridget Rodgers. But with her lush curves and snappy comebacks, the feisty redhead is the kind of woman a man wants to settle down with…and that’s the last thing Chad needs. When the paparazzi catch them in a compromising position, Chad’s manager issues an ultimatum: clean up his act or kiss his multi-million dollar contract goodbye. To save his career, his meddling publicist says he'll have to convince everyone Bridget isn’t just his flavor of the week, but his girlfriend.

Being blackmailed into a fake relationship with Chad Gamble isn’t easy, especially when the sizzling physical attraction between them is undeniable. With a month to go on their arranged pretense, it's going to take every ounce of willpower they have not to fall into bed together...or in love.

Pfoeee Tempting the Player is so much hotter and better than Tempting the Best Man. Where the first one was already hot, it was mostly just fun to read. There is just so much to love about this book, it's hard to really know where to start. The main character Bridget is so hilarious. Man, did I have a good laugh at some scenes! She's strong, beautiful (though she doesn't consider herself as beautiful), sweet and she can be very sexy. And hello Chad Gamble, it's really really nice to meet you! I just love the books of Jennifer Armentrout, but when she writes as J. Lynn, I know I'm getting something good, hot and sexy as hell. I really love the Gamble brothers, though it's kind of predictable I loved every minute of it! Tempting the player had more steam and sexual tension than her previous book, which was really fine with me. I loved the story of Bridget & Chad, they where hot together and just bad hehe. Can't wait for the next book!

2 opmerkingen:

glass zei

I read first book but to be honest, I don't remember it very well. I think it says enough. That's why I didn't read second novel.

Sharissa zei

I get what you say, but somehow this one is different. You should consider reading it!