The Pledge Juliana Mayfield, cash strapped celebutante The Goal A juicy reality show about joining the notorious Player s Club The Conditions Complete three crazy initiation challenges and seal the production deal The Complication Lincoln Stone, steely, tabloid phobic Club founder Lincoln s always fought to keep the Player s Club exclusive and secret, and he doThe Pledge Juliana Mayfield, cash strapped celebutante.The Goal A juicy reality show about joining the notorious Player s Club.The Conditions Complete three crazy initiation challenges and seal the production deal The Complication Lincoln Stone, steely, tabloid phobic Club founder.Lincoln s always fought to keep the Player s Club exclusive and secret, and he doesn t trust the attention seeking pseudostarlet as far as he can throw her Only problem is, he wants to throw her down on her designer sofa and do very naughty things to her.Gorgeous Jules is about to destroy Lincoln s famous self control and maybe the Player s Club, too
The Player s Club Lincoln The Pledge Juliana Mayfield cash strapped celebutante The Goal A juicy reality show about joining the notorious Player s Club The Conditions Complete three crazy initiation challenges and seal the pr
She wanted to kill him and jump him, in the space of a heartbeat.I didn't like this.Lincoln Stone, leader and founder of the Player's Club (a secret club in which people do what they would if they only had a month to live) is presented with a new a pledge: Juliana, "celebutante" (I hate this word). The daughter of an actor and a model, Juliana leads a rich party girl lifestyle, but what no one knows is that the money's run out and she's desperate. She's making an attempt to join the Club because [...]
I could never past the heroine's actions in this book, I could never get past her whole, I'm a rich bored trust-fund baby, whose gravy train is about to stop so I will do anything for publicity, even call up one of my old friends so that I can make a reality show on the Player's Club.I could never get past the heroine's actions, she is betraying people who gave her a chance to be more, filming them secretly, for what money and publicity?The hero is one of the founders & pretty protective of [...]
Reviewed for THC ReviewsLincoln is the second book in Cathy Yardley's new Player's Club trilogy. It got off to a slightly shaky start, mainly because I wasn't quite sure what to make of the heroine. As the story progressed I slowly began to like her more and more, and in the end, was once again pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the book overall. The premise of the series, that of a group of guys (and now girls too:-)) who try to live life to the fullest, is a fun one, and I especially l [...]
Having a really hard time getting into this one. The heroine is just simply NOT likeable at all!!
This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic.Expected Release Date: February 1, 2012Publisher: HarlequinImprint: BlazeAuthor’s Website: cathyyardleyMy Source for This Book: Gift from the authorPart of a Series: Yes, Book 2, Player’s ClubSeries Best Read In Order: Probably, but worked well as a standaloneSteam Level: HotPlayer’s Club — a secret organization where members learn to live life to the fullest. The catch? There’s a big emphasis on the “secre [...]
First of all, I have to say I didn't read the first book of this trilogy, though this can be read as a standalone.I had a very hard time getting into the book mostly because of the heroin, Juliana, and the kind of world she evolves in (stars, money, play-boys, etc, not my cup of tea). Juliana is a bitch, no more, no less, supposedly a rich spoiled child but desperately in need of money and having no qualms about how to get some by any means. When Lincoln meets her, he falls in love with her but [...]
Second of The Players Club trilogy. I didnt get Juliana at all so that made this a trickier read for me that the first book. She was written and portrayed well but I didnt sympathise with her at all. She is a celebutante forced to look for new income and a focus to her life. Enter Lincoln, Finn and the players club. Lincoln grew on me and my main focus for reading became knowing his secret ( not quite as drastic as i'd thought it would be). The story flowed well and didnt drag, but looking forwa [...]
Finished. I was so hoping that Lincoln's story would be worth a 4 but it fell a little short. Juliana didn't become a likable character until the middle of the book. I like that she turned herself around but it could have happened before the end of the book. Because she did redeem herself in the end I gave it a 3.
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