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To Love A Player (2013)

by Gjoe Uzor(Favorite Author)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 4
Biblio Publishing
review 1: As far a freebies go, I never really expected to fall in love with the characters or the story. I normally let the freebies sit in my kindle for a bit before reading them, but this one was calling to me. I am so glad that I picked it up! I loved the story, and although the relationship between Callen and Mollie seemed to move a little fast I can understand finding that epic love and wanting to hold onto it, and seemingly rush things. Sophie got on my nerves and while I was anticipating more of a wrath from her, the few things that she did were evil and I can't wait to see what ends up happening to her. The cliffhanger in this book has me aching to know what happens... I just hope I don't have to wait too long.
review 2: Great book!!! I could not put it down!
... more!!! It was SOOOOOOOOOOO good! I loved, loved, loved the dual point of view of both Callen and Mollie. Both the character and plot development was really well thought out and very well written. To Love A Player was a free download on Amazon when I read it, and I thought it sounded like it might be a good story. So, I took a chance on it. And WOW, I feel like I struck GOLD, in lucking out with such a GREAT BOOK!!! Then, after I finished reading it, I also realized it was written by a male author. That surprised me too - especially since it was better than many books I've read by female authors! Great job Gjoe Uzor... LOVED this book!I am seriously dying waiting for Book #2 to come out!!! Can't wait, can't wait, can't wait!!! less
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Great book!! I had a hard time putting it down. Hate the cliffhanger..can't wait for the next book.
Good read, a little cheesy at times but i did enjoy it. looking forward to the second one.
Cliffhanger. And no idea when the next book comes out.
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