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Friday, February 13, 2015

Review: Beautiful Player

Title: Beautiful Player
Author: Christina Lauren
Series: Beautiful Bastard #3
Format: Paperback
Release Date: October 29th 2013
Length: Novel (432 pages)
Genre: Erotic Romance
Source: Won @ TalkSupe
Buy: AmazonBarnes & Noble
Rating: 4.0-stars 

Melissa's Review:

Hanna Bergstrom is a student that is all work and no play. She's extremely dedicated to her work, which leaves her lacking in social fun. Her older brother holds an intervention and tells her that she needs to start living in the real world. To contact his friend, Will Sumner and that he'll help her come out of her shell. Hanna calls him and they set up morning runs. Will is a playboy that never settled down and tends to have multiple women in his weekly schedule. So when you put little naive Hanna and playboy Will together I was intrigued on how it would turn out. The two quickly become quite the duo and strictly set that they are just friends. Of course, you know that will lead to both parties developing feelings for one another. Their relationship builds and both seem to be a little bit lost on communication since neither wants to tell the other they want an exclusive relationship.

This is the classic girl falls in love with her brother's best friend, but it kicks it up a notch. I enjoyed Hanna's character, she really had no filter. With Will, I started the book thinking he was going to be some big player, but he has a soft side which I came to love. I've come to enjoy this series, and can't wait for book four to be released in April 2015. I recommend you pick this book up if you're looking for a hot read or enjoy the girl + brother's best friend type of book.


  1. I keep hearing great things about this series and I know I need to try it! One day! I'm quite curious to see if i'll love it as well.

  2. Heh I do enjoy the sibling's best friend theme. That can be such a good time. And a heroine with a mouth. Love that :D

  3. This is a series I pass when it first came out b/c I was tired of the books the follow fifty, and I didn't think I'd enjoy it. I think I made a mistake like I did with Wallbanger and Tangled. I really love those book and I was sorry I didn't pick them up earlier. I'm going to correct my error real soon :)