Play Maker by Katie McCoy




Title: Play Maker
Author: Katie McCoy
Genre: Contemporary Romance
 Release Date: June 6, 2016

James Martin aka The Play Maker: international soccer sensation, owner of a drool-worthy body, and panty-dropping man whore.He’s the perfect one night stand.And by one night stand I mean two night stand.

And by two night stand I mean three night stand.

Nicole Grant is living every girl’s fantasy: a rendezvous with the sexiest Brit on either side of the pond. It’s just one night, and that’s fine with her. With her busy work schedule and a brother she’s devoted to, flings are all Nicole has time for. No complicated feelings and no strings attached. Just hot sex.

James Martin is used to scoring — on and off the field. His prowess in the game is rivaled only by his reputation in the tabloids. But after Nicole gives him the best hookup of his life, he experiences something new: a woman who isn’t throwing herself at his feet, who knows all he has to offer and is still keeping her distance. Apparently there’s a first time for everything.

James can’t get Nicole out of his head. She’s funny and she’s irresistible. Nicole can’t James off her mind. He’s good hearted and he’s sexy. Will their standoff end in a draw, or can this one night stand kick off something real?

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First impressions right off the bat ….. what am I reading right now??!!

*SIGH* … okay so the book was well written and developed over all, but as far as likeable characters … no, but maybe LOL

Here’s what happened …. so I start to read this book and these guys have no redeeming qualities what so ever and then they do. That was odd. Like honest to God, I don’t think the unreedeming parts were even necessary … (I know I sound crazy right now, but I’m not going to give you any of the plot).

Okay, so when I start to take notes for my review, I start thinking of the book only AFTER (whoring run amok) the unreedemimg has occurred and people are just normal (lol) again .. and guess what? It’s a damn good book! It’s funny and sexy and it also had purpose. So then I start to think back to the beginning with the introduction to all the players in this book and I think … well, i’ll be damned, James and Nicole only make sense if what happens that I disliked happens … and the story ends up quite sweet lol

SO, do I recommend it? YES … but if you can’t read without prejudice, you might not make it past the first few chapters … just sayin (but you really should, cuz this was a really fun sweet story lol)

Copy provided for blog tour review

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Katie McCoy is a self proclaimed sushi addict, Cardinals baseball fanatic, and lover of all things theatrical. A St. Louis native transplanted to Brooklyn, she acts, sings, and shakes her booty when she isn’t writing books about hot men and the girls who love them.
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