Playboy by Katy Evans | Book Review

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Synopsis:

A brand new contemporary romance from New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Katy Evans.

It started as a game.
We flirted. We played. Most importantly—we won.
Then I discovered who he was: Gambler. Famous playboy. Silver-eyed player who never plays to lose.
…And my best friend’s soon-to-be brother in law, Cullen Carmichael.
He needed a good luck charm, I needed a distraction.
So we made a gamble and set off for Vegas—but pretty soon—I was in too deep.
My heart, soul, and body weren’t supposed to be part of the deal.
But somewhere between big wins and long nights, my house of cards started to tumble.
What was this devil with those piercing eyes doing to me?
I’d given up on love, but the wicked, all-in Cullen Carmichael was upping the ante and wouldn’t stop until he’d won it all.

*This book contains characters from the Manwhore series but can be read as a complete standalone.

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 Playboy by Katy Evans
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

When bringing the poker face to the table, Cullen knows how to keep it calm, but also bring the fire within Wynn and win big time…

➳Everyone who knows me, know that my love and admiration towards Katy Evans is real and powerful. There is no exception when she writes about new characters from a continued series that I will hop right into it. With Manwhore series, getting to meet all these dark, mysterious, and dangerous characters is so thrilling to me that the word crave does no justice as to how much I want every single one of them. Cullen and Wynn were noticed in the previous novels, and I am honestly beyond glad that they both got their romance novel. A couple that are inseparable in every way, bringing the vibes of possessiveness to the mix.

➳Katy has outdone herself in this compelling romance, making me have such a hangover over the fact that my love for Cullen is now immense. Wynn has such a unique persona that when reading more of her insightful point of view, you really immerse yourself to her world. As someone who has a broken past with her ex-boyfriend, Emmett, Wynn tries to present herself in a positive ambiance by putting herself out there. When one date leads her to a game of poker, Wynn encounters herself with the mysterious silver-eyed Cullen. The chemistry is instant, and one knows not to mess with the power the oozes from Cullen;

I’m in deep and drowning. Cullen is a different kind of danger, a precipice of uncertainty that promises to leave me awakened and alive.

➳When encountering upon a bet, Cullen and Wynn begin to play the game of seduction, bringing the best poker face they both have. When temptation is brought to the mix, there is no turning back to admitting of wanting each other. For Cullen however, bringing happiness to Wynn is the only thing he can ask for. Finding that happiness becomes so easy for Wynn when being around Cullen, making them both fall hard for each other in a way that is unexpected for both. Thankfully wooing Wynn is the only thing on Cullen’s mind, making her want him more and more is just the up side of the relationship they have.

➳Overall, the seductive side that is Cullen Carmichael has brought me to my knees of feeling weak and drooling over such a powerful male character. And if Katy ever stops making characters such as Cullen, my world will be destroyed completely. Not many authors can achieve the fact of making me love their characters through the point of view of one individual, but Katy will never stop amazing me!

ARC kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review…

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About Katy:

Katy Evans grew up with books and book-boyfriends until she found a real sexy boyfriend to love. They married and are now hard at work on their own happily ever after. Katy loves her family and friends, and she also loves reading, walking, baking, and being consumed by her characters until she reaches “The End.” Which is, hopefully, only the beginning…

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