Filthy Player (Rough Riders, #2) by Stacey Lynn
Published by Indie on October 9, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Sport
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The Raleigh Rough Riders are back, and this time Super Bowl Quarterback Beaux Hale finds himself playing the most important game of his life.
Every woman knows Beaux Hale is nothing but a player. Yet the first time he walks into Paige Halloway’s restaurant and flashes his sexy grin, she feels a heat between them spark. Too bad he opens his mouth and ruins it.
He may think his money, fame, and sexy looks will attract any woman—but he’s wrong.
Paige doesn’t have time for a man. She’s too busy keeping a roof over her head and taking care of her father to care about relationships.
Lucky for Beaux, he’s a man who's ready to use all the plays at his disposal. He didn’t bring his team a Super Bowl victory by giving up at the first block in his path—and Paige Halloway has just become his new long-game.
Beaux also knows that sometimes, in order to win and claim your prize, you have to get a little bit filthy.
Wow, I was not expecting Filthy Player to be as sweet as it is. Beaux Hale completely melted my heart and had me swooning all over the place. I seriously don’t remember that last time I swooned over someone so sweet. Sure, he has some delicious alpha tendencies that added to his sweet demure but it was his compassion and huge heart that completely won me over.
Paige has been running herself ragged working to make sure she can keep up with her father’s medical bills. She lives her life to take care of him and hasn’t had the time for any relationships. Even with Beaux being the famous quarterback that he is, she knows deep down that it would never work because she just doesn’t have the time or the focus. Thankfully for her, Beaux doesn’t agree with that and he fights to make sure see how good they can be.
From the start, I wanted Paige to be happy and find someone that would take care of her because she needed that. When Beaux came around and offered just that and wouldn’t take no for an answer, I was sold. These two are destined for each other.
Filthy Player is a sweet romance with low drama and just a happy good feeling. I certainly recommend it for anyone looking for a light read and ready for the heart to melt.