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** Review ** Player – M.L. Sparrow

30741741Let the game begin…

After a tragic accident which leaves her tormented by guilt, Chloe Newman accepts a scholarship to study a St. Joseph’s University. Traveling from England to Texas, the last thing she expects is to meet the schools charming quarterback on her first night. However, Parker Mitchell is a player both on and off the field.

Parker is immediately fascinated by Chloe and, after a rocky start, they manage to find a way to make their relationship work despite interference from others on campus, including Parkers jealous ex, and the ghosts that haunt Chloe’s conscience. But, the real test comes when they visit Parker’s family over Christmas break and he finds himself being pulled back into their lifestyle…

4 stars

This is a great read and the first book I’ve read by M.l Sparrow and I wouldn’t hesitate to read another.
Chloe’s trying to move on with her life and one of the first people she meets when she arrives at university is Parker he’s charming and there’s something about him but she soon finds out he’s a player and she’s not sure she’s ready for games especially. Chloe just wants to be friends but she can’t deny the attraction between them and Parker soon proves himself to only have eyes for her. Chloe’s surprised when Parker turns out to be an amazing boyfriend despite people interfering. A trip home with Parker for Christmas though could prove bad idea when Parker makes a bad discussion. Can Chloe forgive him or will it be too much?
Parker doesn’t want to be tied down he’s happy having fun but when he meets Chloe he can’t stay away from her and he’ll do anything to convince her to give him a chance.   Parker soon realises that he’d do anything for Chloe but when Christmas comes around he’s stuck between not wanting her to be alone and wanting to keep her away from his family. Could a trip home ruin everything?

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