Monday, 21 December 2015

Review: To Win Her Trust (Players #2) by Mackenzie Crowne

Ever since experiencing a childhood trauma, reclusive artist CC Calhoun has suffered from panic attacks. But when a fateful kiss from handsome wide receiver, Kevin “Tuck” Tucker, is enough to stop one of those episodes cold, she wonders if guarding her heart has been the right choice. Will going on a test date with Tuck open her to trusting someone for the first time in years? Or will she wind up being just another notch in the football player’s bedpost?

Tuck has a reputation for charming women into bed, but after his kiss with CC, he’s left aching for more. When he proposes a second date, his attraction to the sexy blonde looks like the makings of true love—something he’s never quite believed in—until now. But when Tuck discovers CC’s childhood secrets, will the pro athlete be tough enough to stay by her side—or will he betray her hard-earned trust?

Paperback, 228 pages
Expected publication: January 5th 2016 by Lyrical Shine
Terri's Thoughts

**I received a advanced copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  The expected publication date is January 5th, 2016.  **

Although this is the second book in a series, it can easily be read as a stand alone.  I had not read the first story when I picked this one up and it in no way impacted the enjoyment of this.

This review will be short.  If you like your female characters somewhat damaged while still being strong in their own right then this story will work for you.  If you like your male characters with great looks and charm to spare than this story will meet your needs.  If the concept of a knight in white armour coming to rescue you lead, look no further.

This story delivers with enough drama, romance and sexy time to appeal to fans of this genre.  I say just pick it up, you will not be disappointed

About the Author

** Mackenzie Crowne's words taken from her Goodreads page**

Hi there. My name is Mackenzie Crowne.

I'm a a wife, mother and really young grandmother. Together with my high school sweet heart husband, a neurotic Pomeranian and a blind cat, I call Phoenix home because the southwest feeds my soul. My love of the romance genre has been a lifelong affair, both as a reader and a writer. A bout with breast cancer sharpened my resolve to see my stories shared with others. Today I'm a seven-year survivor living the dream.

Raised on the concept that a stranger is just one conversation away from being a friend, I love meeting new people. My friends call me Mac. I hope you will too.


1 comment:

  1. Terri,
    I'm so glad you enjoyed Tuck and CC's story. Thanks so much for the kind words.