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Catching the Player (A Hamilton Family Series) Kindle Edition
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I absolutely loved the instant attraction, chemistry and repartee between Atlanta Saviors star quarterback, Wyatt Hamilton and accountant Kassidy Thomas. They were so charming and relatable, I was completely mesmerized by their entertaining story and wanted the book to continue when I got to the end.
I received a free advance copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley and this is my unbiased review. I enjoyed the book so much, I purchased a copy of all the Hamilton Family novels.
Kassidy has decided to live her life free of her overanalysis and overthinking ways. When she loses a bet to her older brother, thanks to Wyatt Hamilton healing faster than she had thought and winning the Atlanta Savior's game, she gets the chance to do something spontaneous for once. So off she goes to some woman's house to deliver a singing telegram while clad in a horrible, tight, 80s inspired costume. Only, when she arrives at her destination, Wyatt Hamilton is the recipient and Kassidy's even more flustered to be in the presence of so much hotness and muscles and yumminess, and she ends up breaking a family heirloom of his while in his home. So to pay him back she agrees to go to a dinner with him and help him negotiate his way through a dinner where he doesn't speak Chinese and she does.
Wyatt doesn't know what to make of the hot woman in the tight outfit who sings like a dying cat, but he knows he's inexplicably attracted to her. Asking her to go to his dinner where he's set to make a deal with a Chinese company is really just his way of keeping her around. He's not sure why, as he has no intention of seeing her again after. He isn't looking for love, or a relationship, or anything but to be the best quarterback in the game. Football is his life and he has no room in his life for anything but football. And yet, for some reason, he can't get Kassidy out of his mind and he keeps showing up at her place and hanging out with her and eventually taking her to bed. But how will Wyatt react when suddenly he might be feeling more for her than he had ever expected?
Kassidy knew better than to fall for the man who always told her he had nothing to offer her but friends with benefits, emphasis on the friends part. But when Wyatt reacts horribly to a sudden predicament they're facing, her heart is broken and she finally takes a stand against the man she fell in love with. It was at this point that I disliked Wyatt for the first time in Catching the Player. Up until that point I was completely charmed by him. He had been so sweet and unassuming, not so much like the arrogant playboys that litter sports romances these days. But his reaction to their situation really let me down, really let Kassidy down. I'm still not sure his grand gesture was enough for me to forgive him, but Kassidy forgave him so I guess he gets a pass.
Aside from that brief, but really bad, hiccup, I really liked Catching the Player. Wyatt and Kassidy are adorable together. So sexy and sweet and charming. I don't like that Wyatt reacted like a douche but I do like everything else about their story. I'm hoping for more from this series, and there are more Hamilton siblings, so I'm crossing my fingers!
I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book received via NetGalley.
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Catching the Player by Diane Alberts was a well written, fun, sweet and entertaining read.Read more
Author: Diane Alberts
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Series: Hamilton Family #3
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
This is a very solid story with two great, genuine and well-drawn characters, a quarterback who...Read more