Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Release Blitz: Private Player by Louise Bay


Release Date: July 27

The first time I meet Madison Shore, I’m greeted by her knickers. She’s upside down and trying to untangle herself from my chair at a wedding.

I get to see a whole lot more of her later that night.

The second time I meet Madison Shore is in my London office. Turns out she’s a journalist writing an article about me. To keep control of my company, I need to convince people I’m more serious about business than my playboy reputation suggests. Madison holds my future in her hands.

Now I just need to convince the woman I took to bed on Saturday night that I'm not the player everyone thinks I am.

Private Player is stand-alone novel with brand new characters that have never been seen in any previous books.

4 Stars

Review by Jen Skewes

I have always loved Louise Bay’s writing.  And this book was no different.  If you are looking for a fast paced, sexy, heat warming story with just the right amount of drama, then Private Player is for you.  


Nathan and Madison meet at one of their least favorite places, a wedding.  They are seated next to each other and when they first meet, Madison certainly makes an impression, with her dress caught on the chair and her knickers showing.  They went from meeting at the table to sharing a bed that night.  They both agreed it was nothing more than a one-night stand, and neither would see each other again. But fate has a way of stepping in.  


Nathan is trying to not just convince but also show the board members of his company that the company needs him. He is trying to protect himself from being fired.  What better way to do that then to have the Post follow him around and write an article about him which shows him as the man the board wants him to be, not the guy that they constantly see in the papers.  


Madison wants to be a journalist and her dream is to work for the Post. She has just been given the assignment of a lifetime.  Follow Nathan Cove around and write an article on him.  But how can she write a biased article about someone that she had a one-night stand with.  And what if someone finds out that they slept together.  It could cause so much speculation about how she got the article and also ruin both their careers.  This is her dream, and she is a good journalist.  She will be professional and do what she needs to do, even if that means spending every day with the gorgeous man with the long lashes.  


I l oved Nathan and Madison together.  And while he may be this rick guy who is known for being a player, you see that maybe the media had it all wrong.  Madison is the one person who sees so much more in him than most people do.  There are some complications and a secret that Madison is holding onto.  But with the connection and chemistry these two had, I was rooting for them.  


What I loved was when Madison finally wrote her article.  Despite how Nathan took it, you could see how much she really knew this man that she fell for but also see how she cared.  I loved them together.  I loved the dynamic between the two of them and just how good they were together.  Meeting Nathan’s family and seeing how important family was to him, and how they welcomed her with open arms, even if she was just a friend, was a nice part of this story.  I hope we get more from this group of characters, like Nathan’s brothers.  

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Meet Louise Bay

USA Today bestselling author, Louise Bay writes sexy, contemporary romance novels – the kind she likes to read. Her books include the novels Faithful (not currently on sale as undergoing maintenance!), HopefulThe Empire State SeriesThe Nights CollectionThe Royals Collection, and The Gentleman Collection (these are series of stand alone books each following different characters). Louise’s most recent novel is Mr. Mayfair which is available now!

Ruined by romantic mini-series of the eighties, Louise loves all things romantic. There’s not enough of it in real life so she disappears into the fictional worlds in books and films.


Louise loves the rain, The West Wing, London, days when she doesn’t have to wear make-up, being on her own, being with friends, elephants and champagne.


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