The Player

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Baseball has never been sexier in an all-new novel by New York Times Bestselling Author, K. Bromberg.

Easton Wylder is baseball royalty. The game is his life. His passion. His everything.
 
So, when an injury threatens to end Easton’s season early, the team calls in renowned physical therapist, Doc Dalton, to oversee his recovery. Except it’s not Doc who greets Easton for his first session, but rather his daughter, Scout. She may be feisty, athletic, defiant, and gorgeous, but Easton is left questioning whether she has what it takes to help him. 

Scout Dalton’s out to prove a female can handle the pressure of running the physical therapy regimen of an MLB club. And that proof comes in the form of getting phenom Easton Wylder back on the field. But getting him healthy means being hands-on.  

And with a man as irresistible as Easton, being hands-on can only lead to one thing—trouble. Because the more she touches him, the more she wants him, and she can’t want him. Not when it’s her job to maintain the club’s best interest in regard to whether he’s ready to play. 

But when sparks fly and fine lines are crossed, can they withstand the heat, or is one of them bound to get burned?



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The Player - K. Bromberg Reviews

  • A must read!

    By Pinkdew24
    5
    Thank you Kristy for writing another amazing book. I loved it. It's hot and sexy, funny and romantic, and I'm counting down the days to read The Catch. I love everything written by Kristy Bromberg. Do yourself a favor and get to know Easton and Scout.
  • The Player plays well

    By Loba3
    4
    I really enjoyed this read. Although I'm personally not a fan of the abrupt end and sequel, Bromberg always weaves a great story, one with depth, emotion and just enough sensuality to keep it edgy!
  • Great read, wish it was just one book...

    By Dredaydoc
    4
    Bought and read the book in one sitting. Although I really like the characters and story line, I really wish this was advertised as a set of books (1 of?) I don't like buying sets unless all the books are out, and I often find they are just too short. I get the sales part of it for the author, but make it more than a couple hour read! Stop making three books out of something that should be one book just to make more money! If you do make it a saga, make them longer! Back to the content. Really do enjoy this book, I'm hooked enough to want to know more about the characters so I'll be buying the next books whether I like it or not. Need that closure.
  • All the swoons and feels you will get from The Player!

    By Crystal's BookWorld Blog
    5
    K. Bromberg hits a home run with The Player. As soon as I was done with the book my jaw hit the floor. Yes! I was floored away on how it ended. I am still in shock as I write this review. I completely did not see where the story was headed until the very last sentence! Oh I loved love loved The Player. This is a sports romance that is not like the others. You get a bit tired of sports romance because after awhile they all start to sound the same. The Player is incredible, sexy, and will make you laugh hard. The drama that unfolds with these characters will have you on the edge. These characters will stay near an dear to your heart. Scout is my kind of girl. Personally I have a love for sports. I love being home and watching a good football, basketball, or baseball game. I love the rush you get when your team takes the win at the last second. That is what I find within Scout. She has a huge heart for the game. Her downside is that she has a lot to learn from and not be so afraid of love. Easton is not your typical arrogant hot MVP. Oh he has his swagger and is a hot shot, but he has the heart that will burn you down to your soul. He had a tough life and it just gets tougher now that he is trying to make a come back from an injury. All things happen for a reason, and this was just fate intervening to bring Scout into his life. These two have chemistry and love that blows it out of the park. They tried to fight their feelings, but the more they try to resist, the stronger the pull is. I love the fact that Easton has great moves off the field and behind close doors. Those scenes were scorching hot! I can not wait for book two coming out in the summer. Ladies and Gentlemen you will surely love this new sports romance novel from K. Bromberg! I am still in awe <3
  • Cliff HANGER-Beware

    By C.R.Hope
    4
    Good story, but I was not expecting the story to end on a cliff hanger! I followed the characters and enjoyed their story, but was caught completely unaware when I flipped the last page to see "The End." and the next story doesn't come out until the end of JUNE!!! Start this story at your own risk. Be prepared to fall in love with the characters and to not know what's going to happen to them for a couple of MONTHS!
  • WoW!

    By MadGamer1
    5
    Kristy does it again leaving you hanging on the edge of your seat screaming at the end! I love the characters Easton and Scout. Their personalities and back stories! Kristy leaves some little hidden puzzle pieces that hope we can put together in The Catch! Can't wait to finish their story! I have loved all of her work and knew I would not disappointed!
  • Live it! A Must Reed!

    By Ttocsm
    5
    OMG! I totally love this book and 6/29 can't get here soon enough! Love Easton and Scout! As always Kristi it's amazing! 😍😍😍😍😘
  • Killer Cliffhanger

    By Sraber70
    5
    OMG!!!! Waiting for June 29 is far too long to find out the result of this cliffhanger! I loved this story. The characters were absolutely believable. Great Great Story!!!
  • Great pace

    By Mustang Diane
    5
    Wonderful story, went by too fast. Really looking forward to second book.
  • K. Bromberg hits a HOMERUN with The Player

    By Fairest Reviews
    5
    I’m a huge lover of sports romance stories, especially ones like K. Bromberg’s The Player; Bromberg’s newest release has a story line that incorporates the perfect blend of steam, drama, and baseball, and her main characters, Easton and Scout, are multidimensional, allowing readers to truly understand the reasons behind their actions and what’s at stake for their personal as well as their professional lives. Easton Wylder may be a cocksure ball player, but there’s more to him than just his catching and batting skills, and when Scout Dalton enters his life, those other attributes are exactly what make her fall for him, realizing that not only is Easton a god on the field but he’s everything she never knew she needed, and for once in her life, she’s more afraid to leave him than to risk her heart being broken yet again. It took me a bit to completely warm up to Scout, but that’s only because she held everything so close to the vest, not allowing her fears, her emotions, or her true feelings to come out until she was ready. Once she got a handle on everything and recognized what she was building with Easton even if she knew it was unprofessional, it was almost like she felt freer to be who she truly is and Easton is partly responsible for easing her mind and her heart. K. Bromberg creates the absolute best setting for Easton and Scout’s story; both of them love the game of baseball and because of the sport’s importance in their lives, the game becomes a pivotal character - one that holds both of their futures in its hands. It’s made clear throughout The Player that K. Bromberg took the time to do her baseball research, and in understanding what it takes to play professional ball as well as the business aspects of the game, she presents readers with a complex knowledge of America’s favorite pastime and allows them to see why it’s so much more than a game to Easton and the Austin Aces. K. Bromberg hits one hell of a homerun with The Player, and even though the story ends with a cliffhanger, it’s the perfect starting point for book two because everything Easton and Scout have worked for rests upon a team and a sport that seems to be more about business than anything else, which means readers will have to wait to see what the last pitch in the last inning means for both Easton and Scout. 5 Poison Apples (The Fairest of All Book Reviews)

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