Thursday, April 27, 2017

Book Review: Royal Player by Katie McCoy

Royal Player

Charlie Davenport is the bad boy of British tennis - and third in line to the throne. He’s a beast on the courts, and a wild animal in bed (according to all the tabloids). Girls are lining up for chance at his crown jewels, and when I stumble into the wrong Wimbledon dressing room and catch a glimpse of his game, set, AND match, I can see why.

So what’s a little good luck kiss between f̶r̶i̶e̶n̶d̶s̶ strangers?

I know better than to get involved with a bad boy like Charlie. But now he’s on a winning streak, he thinks I’m his lucky charm - and you know what’s luckier than a kiss?


Suddenly, I've got paparazzi on my trail, exes coming out of the woodwork — and you don’t know ‘cutthroat’ until you’ve seen a pack of hungry socialites set loose near the Royal Family.

I’m in way over my head, and even worse - I’m falling in love. Can this American girl win her Prince Charming? Or will we both crash out of the championships in flames?

Wimbledon-meets-The Prince and Me in this hilarious, sexy new romance from Katie McCoy!

Royal Player is a sweet, sexy, royal sports romance. It's time for a cup of tea and tennis in this romantic comedy.

Emmy has traveled to London to explore all the places she'd seen in her mom's favorite movies and to find inspiration. She has set out to embrace the adventure. Emmy and her best friend, Paige, are staying with her Aunt Suze and working in the refreshment tents during Wimbledon.

Charlie Davenport is the black sheep of his royal family.  He's the second son, aka the spare. Charlie, the royal bad boy, chooses not to follow in his older brother's footsteps but instead chooses tennis, partying and women.

Emmy is asked to make a delivery when she gets lost and ends up in a locker room with a very naked tennis player. She doesn't recognize the naked man but one good-luck kiss sends sparks flying. It's Emmy's best friend who shares that she just kissed royalty.  At the after game party Emmy locks eyes with her prince charming and their connection leads them on a romantic adventure. Emmy finds herself embracing life and romance.
Charlie is always in the public eye. When the public gets wind of Emmy, her life changes in an instant. Emmy finds herself being closely scrutinized. Unfortunately, she soon discovers secrets never stay hidden for long.  

I loved Emmy. She had to move out of her comfort zone in order to embrace life. Emmy was faced with different challenges but grabbed a hold of her chances and went with them. Royal Player is a 
sweet, flirty, easy read with heart. 4 Stars


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