Saturday, December 17, 2016

Review of Player by J.S. Scott

I received this book as an ARC for a voluntary and honest review. 

In this book we get Sebastian Walker's story and we are introduced to Paige Rutledge. When these two are introduced to one another it is Paige's first day on the job as a new attorney for Walker industries. She has an instant dislike for Sebastian due to the reputation that she has heard about him. Over time though she learns that there is more to Sebastian that just his player ways. He is a dedicated worker and is loyal to his family in every way possible. Can she give this man a chance even though he is technically her employer?

Sebastian knows what his past has been like but he doesn't let that stand in his way for his future. He is determined to prove to not only his doubters but his family as well that he is a changed man. He wonders though who is this woman who has opened him up to the idea of dating again. He also wonders what he has done to offend her so badly that she hates him on sight. Will he be able to open up the only woman to turn his head in at least a year?

This is the second book in the Walker Brother novel's it can be read as a stand alone but would be better after Trace. This book shows how past hurts can effect your future in ways you never original thought. There are many ups and downs in this book that I want to tell you all about but don't want to ruin anything for any other readers. I would highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone. 

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