The Player by K. Bromberg



I need a fan. No, I need a cool shower. Kristy delivered in spades with this novel. Not only do we get Easton. *YUM* But we get a story that you truly become invested in. This is hands down my favorite of Kristy's releases since Driven.

This was a story about overcoming expectations and pushing forward. It was a story about finding love where you least expect it. Finding love when it could be the things that ruins everything.

But it was a story about love in the purest way. About that instant connection that some characters have. Easton and Scout have that. From the banter the first time they meet it is palpable.

People aren't always what you think.

I loved the story and I devoured it page after page. I love the plot and the setting, and for a girl who hates sports, I LOVED the sports in this. It made me want to go sit in the stands for a game.

The behind the scenes that is going on keeps you on edge. I wanted to know what was going on and delisted my best efforts I couldn't figure it out.

I can't wait for the nest book in this series. I am salivating just thinking about it.


Baseball has never been sexier in an all-new novel by New York Times Bestselling Author, K. Bromberg.

Easton Wylder is baseball royalty. The game is his life. His passion. His everything. So, when an injury threatens to end Easton’s season early, the team calls in the renowned physical therapist, Doc Dalton, to oversee his recovery. Except it’s not Doc who greets Easton for his first session, but rather his daughter, Scout. She may be feisty, athletic, defiant, and gorgeous, but Easton is left questioning whether she has what it takes to help him. Scout Dalton’s out to prove a female can handle the pressure of running the physical therapy regimen of an MLB club. And that proof comes in the form of getting phenom Easton Wylder back on the field. But getting him healthy means being hands-on. And with a man as irresistible as Easton, being hands-on can only lead to one thing, trouble. Because the more she touches him, the more she wants him, and she can’t want him. Not when it’s her job to side in the club’s best interest if he’s ready to play. But when sparks fly and fine lines are crossed, can they withstand the heat or is one of them bound to get burned?