Hate is like a poison. It contaminates everything.
So does doubt.
Even though I deny what I overheard, even though I insist it isn’t true, the seed of doubt has been planted. I can’t help but be tormented with the endless what-if’s that have taken over our lives.
Romeo and I were happy in love. The future stretched before us brighter than any star in the darkest sky. Now everything is broken. Literally broken. Romeo’s entire career is at stake, my entire future is threatened… and my past?
It’s coming back to haunt me.
To haunt us.
Romeo says we’re in this together and right now the only sure thing is us. But how far can a love so new be pushed? The lengths we will have to go to save each other puts everything at risk.
Romeo is a #player but how much of the game can one person play?
If you haven’t read #Nerd or #Hater yet please. PLEASE, stop and read them first before reading my review because while I don’t ever intend to give spoilers away from previous books, it happens. Just know that you need to read #Nerd and #Hater first or you will be lost.
I am sure like the rest of this blog’s readers, we all buy books and say it is going to be one of the next ones I read and yet it keeps getting pushed further and further down your TBR pile. Unfortunately for me this happens more than I like to admit especially since it tends to happen because I am reading a book for a tour or blitz and this is what happened with #Nerd, the first book in this series. It had been sitting on my kindle just waiting for me to open it and read about Romeo and Rimmel. So when #Player came across to sign up for a review I finally had my excuse to read this series about a nerd and a hot football player, and let me tell you, once I started I read them all back to back to back. I won’t go into #Nerd and #Hater because this is a review for #Player, but just know that each book has left me with a smile on my face even when I wanted to throw my kindle with the cliff hangers.
Romeo and Rimmel’s relationship has gone through so much more than anyone should have to deal with. Secrets and actions of others have tested the strength of their love and relationship. The one thing that stayed true and strong was Romeo wanting to protect Rimmel and Rimmel wanting Romeo to be happy. Even when others made nasty comments and placed some doubts in Rimmel’s head, all Romeo did was love her and the same went for Romeo. Were there some eye rolling moments? Yes, I did roll my eyes at certain things but they didn’t take away from me being totally hooked into finishing these books. The secondary characters were another thing I loved because they helped make the story even better.
I am so glad that I finally read this series and there is more to come even though Romeo and Rimmel’s story is finished we get to see Braeden’s story in #Selfie, and I love his smart ass just as much as I loved Romeo and Rimmel. Cambria Hebert has cemented myself as a fan with #Player and I hope that the rest of this series will leave a smile on my face like the first three have.
Besides writing, Cambria loves a caramel latte, staying up late, sleeping in, and watching movies. She considers math human torture and has an irrational fear of chickens (yes, chickens). You can often find her running on the treadmill (she’d rather be eating a donut), painting her toenails (because she bites her fingernails), or walking her chorkie (the real boss of the house).
Cambria has written within the young adult and new adult genres, penning many paranormal and contemporary titles. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense. A few of her most recognized titles are: Text, Torch, Tryst, Masquerade, and Recalled.
Cambria Hebert owns and operates Cambria Hebert Books, LLC. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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