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Player's Ultimatum by [Brown, Koko]
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Length: 287 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 584 KB
  • Print Length: 287 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Koko Brown (27 Nov. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006FKU8J2
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #360,396 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was a nice story I would agree. However, I felt like Yvonne could have told Robbie about her feelings for Paolo. She did not have to take it to level that she did. Robbie was supposed to be her best friend and someone whom she could tell anything to. What a betrayal for your best friend to be controverting with your arch enemy behind your back. Still worth a read.
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This was my first Koko Brown book and I really enjoyed reading Player's Ultimatum. It was well written, descriptive and the characters were well developed.

I was totally drawn in to the lust at first sight attraction between Yvonne and Paolo and his pursuit of her kept me reading untill the end.

The only negative was that it felt a little rushed towards the end and it was almost like the author lost interest in tying up the loose ends. For example, there was no real 'ending' for Robbie and Yvonne despite their relationship being for appearances only. I felt like that it was left to the reader's imagination of how the final went.
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By handstands VINE VOICE on 16 July 2012
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Yvonne Floyd is in Italy posing as a beard as a favour to her old neighbourhood pal, Robbie Guiterez. Because life insists on throwing up complications, she falls for Robbie's team mate, Paolo Sato. This is a problem, because Paolo hates Robbie, and is on the look out for reasons to get Robbie kicked off the team, and Robbie's sexuality might just be the key. Yvonne can't resist Paolo's charms, but she MUST, or else Robbie's career might be in mortal danger.

First up, the story is set in Serie A (it's like the Italian Premiership), and the writer gets it. The WAGS (wife and girlfriends), the whole notion of excess (football players in the top teams can get up to £250,000 a WEEK, and they can flash the cash). The atmosphere fairly bursts from the work when reading it. You can almost smell the sweat and flinch from the excitement.

Off the field, the action isn't so bad either. Yvonne and Paolo do fall for each other, and there's a bit of cloak and dagger (and Italian carnivale) as they consummate their relationship. The only hitch in the characterisation for me was the fact that Paolo seemed a lot older than his years (he's twenty four in the book, iirc, but he comes across as a guy nearer to thirty) - footballers (if you look at the redtops over here) tend to be tearaways until their late twenties, but that's just a quibble.

Another quibble is the fact that the story was just too short! 59,000 words? That's about 100 pages, or thereabouts. But I can understand the writer wanting to leave them begging for more. There's also an excerpt of another story.

One of the better self/independently 'published' stories out there.
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I love this story, and being an avid football fan had me cheering along. The story line was cute and the characters believeable. His age at the end came as a surprised, but thinking back i shouldn't ave been, most pro footballers are around that age, anyone older should be on the brink of retiring.
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By fxyd on 8 Sept. 2014
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Not as good as the other two of her books I've read, this one seems quite inconsistent and I'm struggling to get into it.
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