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Oh. My. Goodness! Stefan is a hot one! I wasn't sure I liked him in Book 1. He's a womanizer. A misogynist. He objectified and used women for one thing and one thing only. And they came to him willingly. Book 2 was no different. Until Shay. I love Shay. She's smart, strong, and doesn't play into Stefan's "God's Gift To Women" ego.
Stefan is all about the game. A player. Content with meaningless fun with whatever woman is up for it. Running the bar at Club X gives him a steady stream of bartenders more than willing to keep the boss happy. Any way he wants.
Shay wants the bartending gig for the money before she heads overseas to complete her microbiology research. Finding herself targeted to be Stefan's next conquest, she decides to play her own game with him.
But what happens when the players get played? When the game of manipulation, becomes a battle of the heart? Will a duty to the Club mean the end of the game for them both?
The March men are so different in many ways, but one. They are HOT !
This is the first book of the 5-book series I read. I'm a fan of author K.M. Scott's writing, so I knew this would be good and I learned it could be read as a standalone.
Getting right into the story, it's entertaining but Shay's interview at Club X and interaction with Stefan had me hooked. Stefan & Kane make a ridiculous bet. Of course it's a secret, involves Shay and the winner gets sweet rewards. Still, only the stupidity of men competing could dream up something so ridiculous! Nonetheless, I HAD to know who wins the bet and if Shay could stand her ground at Club X. The ending, not much of a surprise, as the story leads the reader in that direction. The surprise for me was learning there are three other children that Stephan, Cash & Kane's father procreated. There is only one mention of them, but it has my mind wondering how the author is going to explain them in the books that follow. Additionally, Kane's darkness & moody behavior is intriguing. He's been spurned by love, but what keeps his darkness at the forefront? I look forward to learning more as I continue reading the Club X series.
Easy to recommend. Hope there is more history revealed and I have fewer questions as the stories unfold.
Stefan loves women and he sleeps regularly with his bartenders. He wants Shay, but Shay seems immune to his charms at first. Stefan isn’t someone who gives up easily and he always gets what he wants. He tries to spend time with Shay as much as he can and Shay learns another side of Stefan. Sparks eventually fly and they grow closer. Things are great between them, but they have to keep it a secret.
I love books where a player falls in love with a woman who’s perfect for him. Stefan is definitely a player. He doesn’t change quickly after meeting Shay, even though he wants her. Stefan only changes when he can’t stop thinking about her and when he wants her more than he ever wanted someone. Shay keeps pushing him away, but Stefan keeps trying. He even settles for being friends so they can get to know each other better. Stefan wants to make Shay happy and he enjoys being with her. In the end, there is only one woman Stefan wants and her name is Shay.
Shay is smart, passionate and talented. She’s an amazing bartender and gets along with the other bartenders. She doesn’t like man like Stefan, but there is something about him. She wasn’t looking for something serious because she will leave soon and she isn’t sure where her future will be. Shay slowly warms up to Stefan and even hopes for a future with him.
This book is a great addition to the Club X series and it can be read as a standalone. There are many things I loved in this book. There is one thing that kept me from giving this book 5 stars and that would be what Stefan did near the end. I know he did it with good intentions, but that doesn’t make it right. Everything also felt a little too rushed right before the epilogue. I wanted a little more time of them as a couple before Shay had to leave. I loved the epilogue.
With the bet of Stefan's Ducati and a year at his beach home pitted against a weekend with Kane's Mustang and his job on the fantasy floors at Club X at stake, the bet is on. This is that story of the wealthy man who're who lives his life as one physical pleasure after another as he plays his way through half his staff and as many other women as he can. Shay Callahan is happy with her life. She's living with a young twenty-year-old guy thinking the sex is great and noncommittal and planning to leave it all behind when she leaves for a year in Europe. Stefan runs the bars at Club X and hires Shay. This is "game on" for both of them. It's a story of the ups, downs, and total upheaval in their lives as this bet and all its consequences wreak havoc on them, other staff, family and Club X. This story is fantastic. I absolutely loved this book and I'm sure you will too!
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Beautifully written as always KM Scott!Read more