Tempting the Player and Tempting the Body Guard by J. Lynn

These are books two and three in the Gamble brothers series.

I am writing two reviews in one because I didn’t want to stop to review book two before starting book three. And then it just feels wrong to review book two while I’m in the middle of book three. It feels like I’m lying to you and I would never do that! So, here we are. It works out anyway because these books are so intertwined. In tempting the player, Bridget, Maddy’s assistant is the love interest for Chad, the sexy baseball player, brother of Chase who fell in love with Maddy in book one. Whew! Bridget and Chad fell in lust at first sight. They fell in love shortly after. Their story  has some angst as they fight their attraction for one another. But in the end, boy gets girl, and they live happily ever after. This is why, with a satisfied sigh, I had to move directly to Tempting the Body guard. This story starts with the publicist, from the book before. In book two, Alana Gore is harsh and mean and easy to dislike. So, this was a challenge in my mind. How is J. Lynn going to get me to root for her? Well, Alana, is a multi-layered character. Beneath the all business exterior is a woman, all alone in this world and used to only relying on herself. She first met Chandler Gamble when she was Chads publicist. Chandler was attracted to her from second one. When she needs protecting from a stalker, Chandler is her man, in more ways than one. Both of these books are really wonderful! I am a huge fan of this author!

Rating 1-5

  • Swoon worthy-5
  • Funny-3
  • Angst-1
  • Likable characters-4
  • Page turner-5
  • Heart warming-3
  • Would recommend-4
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