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The Player and the Pixie (Rugby Book 2) Kindle Edition
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It was funny, sexy and very well written!
Sean wanted to play with Lucy to piss off her brother... However Sean now wants more from Lucy. He wants her to teach him how to pleasure a woman. The way Sean interacts is so adorable and endearing that we can't help but falling in love with the big rugby player.
Lucy starts to fall for Sean but can she have a relationship with her brother's nemesis?
"Lucy was my drug of choice, and has quickly become a necessity. I had no desire to contemplate rehab"
"The moment you walk into a room you brighten it Lucy F, and I for one feel like the luckiest bastard in the world for having known you"
I wish I had read the Hooker and the Hermit before reading this book, as The character met in book one .
Overall, a great and enjoyable read!
Definitely much improved - actually liked both characters and got into the story wanting them to be together.
Still think the rugby setting is pointless as it's not significant to the plot at all and unlike ice hockey stories there is no actual referencing to the so called players game but overall an easy read
Who is it about?
Mini Fitzpatrick and bubbs also known as Lucy Fitzpatrick and Sean Cassidy.
Lucy is Ronan's sister from The hooker and the Hermit. She is a very lovely, bright young woman with a few quirks. Who is independent and equally strong except when it comes to her mother. Lucy has a bit of compulsion issue with petty theft whenever she feel stressed or under pressure due to her mother's constant nagging and passive-aggressive behavior.
Sean is a rugby player and is the rival of Ronan. You know the one that was involved with Ronan's ex-fiancee. He comes across as a complete arse and doesn't seem to really care about anything which is not true at all. He is also charming and flirty when he doesn't mean to be, really the man is self-absorbed and arrogant most of the time but somehow you can't help but love him. Sean has insecurities due to his birth and his upbringing by his aunt and uncle, he is a loner with no real friends or family except Eilish his cousin. He also happens to really love grooming products especially the ones he steals from his ex-bedmates.
There was something about Sean Cassidy that reminded me of the dogs that came into the shelter in New York, abused and mistreated, barking at everyone because they didn’t know who to trust.
What is it about?
Lucy and Sean meet at the rugby teams party and it doesn't end well. Lucy despite being the person who always sees the best in people comes out of their conversation thinking he's an awful person while Sean later realises that she had been trying to be nice and thinks of Lucy as a fairy.
They meet again later when Sean catches Lucy stealing and blackmails her into having dinner with him. Things happen and Sean ends in the hippie camp (his words) to meet Lucy because he wants to seduce her and ofcourse get one up on Ronan the ape. The joke is on Sean though because Lucy makes him feel all spectrum of emotions. This is where things really picked up.
"You have this incredible way of showing me new ways to look at things, do you know that, Lucy Fitzpatrick?" ~Sean Cassidy
This story is about taking chances, not judging people because of their cold if beautiful exterior in Sean's case and sometimes outside help is needed for things getting out of control and it's never late to try to be a better person. It's about two people who are imperfect being perfect for each other.
The moment you walk into a room you brighten it, Lucy Fitzpatrick, and I for one feel like the luckiest bastard in the world for having known you. ~ Sean Cassidy.
I loved how not only did Lucy teach Sean about sex but also how to be more than what anyone excepted him to be and be a better person because he wasn't happy with who he was and he was aware that he was arse and his flaws. It was just no one had ever given him a chance to be more or even try to understand him.
“He was such a dunderhead; such a wonderful, sweet, funny, impossible, thoughtful, sexy eejit.” ~ Lucy Fitzpatrick.
I think this quote describes their relationship quite well to me:
Whats a soulmate?
It's like a best friend, but more. It's the one person in the world that knows you better than anyone else. It's someone who makes you a better person, well, actually they don't make you a better person... you do that yourself-- because they inspire you. A soulmate is someone who you carry with you forever. It's the one person who knew you, and accepted you, and believed in you before anyone else did or when no one else would. And no matter what happens.. you'll always love them.
What is deal with Richard I would really like to know more about him even though he isn't a rugby player. He seems like a very interesting character.
I loved little snippets we get to see of Annie and Ronan's relationship.
Sean's compliment to Ronan made me laugh so much. I loved the humour in this book.
I loved Lucy, her openness and her love for her brother who she didn't want to hurt at the expense of her happiness.
I also adored that Sean didn't want to put Lucy in a bad position with her brother and that it was always Lucy's choice on how things progressed.
You know when theres a moment in the book that absolutely love the character and their character development for me it was at 56% Sean Cassidy's note to Lucy was gahh makes me feel mushy inside. At that stage you knew that man sooo far gone for Lucy...it was lovely.
My lovely Lucy, Thank you. For everything. You are magnificent. Now you have two people in all the world who will always be there for you. Yours, Sean.
This book has a lovely sweet romance along with humour, some quirky endearing behavior, little dashes of drama and two people who belong together. I loved it! It was just what I needed since I was feeling down. It's a wonderful treat for any contemporary fans out there! This turned out to be extremely long anyhooo... So what are you waiting for? Go read the book!!
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After reading the blurb of this book and 'meeting' Sean in the first book I was solid and firm in dislike of him.Read more
So many books just jump straight to the sex. But do love a story with more behind it and more thought out so thank you!Read more
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