Rezension zu "The Elite - Part One: The Complete Series of Boomer and Player (With Bonus)" von KB Winters
Klappentext: Jack “Boomer” McGuire, has packed a whole lot of living into his thirty-two years, thanks to his career as a US Navy Fighter Pilot.He’s preparing to ship out on yet another tour overseas and while he wouldn’t trade his life for anything—he can’t ignore the nagging feeling that he’s missing out on something—or someone.
When a chance meeting with a Holly, a beautiful blonde CPA with her troublemaker pup in tow, turns his world upside down—he knows he wants more.
More out of life. More of her sweet smile and more of her sexy ass in those tight jeans.
He’s got two weeks to make her fall in love with him—if he can even get her to say yes to a date. Once he deploys, he knows even the strongest relationships can be torn apart by the hardships of war.
Are two weeks long enough? Will Jack and Holly be strong enough?
Or will they both give up before they even get started?
Die Geschichte um Boomer ist süß und sexy. Gerade der Anteil mit den Hunden ist klasse. Die Protagonisten kämpfen überzeugend mit ihren Problemen, sind liebenswert und realistisch.
They don't call him Player for nothing.
Aaron 'Player' Rosen, ex-Navy Fighter Pilot, is at the top of his game. Whether he's chasing down vintage planes for the highly acclaimed Rosen Air Museum, or conquering sexy, beautiful women for the night—he always gets what he wants.
When dark hair beauty, Talia, comes into his life, dripping with seduction and secrets, he's willing to go all in.
But Talia is not who she says she is, and when Player finds out she’s a pawn in a dangerous billionaire's game—all bets are off.
Has Player finally reached the end of his winning streak?
Die Geschichte um Player hat mich anfangs verwirrt. Laut Klappentext geht es um eine Frau namens Talia ... Doch sie ist nicht diejenige, in die er sich verliebt, um deren Liebe er kämpft.
Das ganze Drama um sein Museum ... Nun ja, die Liebesgeschichte brauchte einen Rahmen, ein paar Probleme, nicht wahr?
Lesenswert, doch Boomer gefiel mir besser.