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Red Card by [Aarons, Carrie]
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Author of romance novels such as the Over the Fence series and Red Card, Carrie Aarons writes sexy, swoony and sarcastic characters who won't get out of her head until she puts them down on a page. Carrie Aarons has wanted to be an author since the first time she opened a book, and can't describe what it feels like to be able to write love stories as an actual career. She loves spinning tales that include dapper men, women with attitude, and the occasional hunky athlete. When she isn't in what her husband calls a "writing coma," Carrie is freeing-up her jampacked DVR, trying to become the next HGTV star as she DIY's her very first house, and planning her next travel adventure. She lives on the East Coast with her husband whom she loves dearly for supporting her crazy dreams and putting up with her sassy, extroverted ways.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 7428 KB
  • Print Length: 227 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1530002141
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01AUTBSGA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #112,079 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review. This story was nothing like I expected and although there were a few times I cringed over the English slang but the story drew me in and kept me hooked.

Killian was such an A$$hole for so much of this book I seriously wanted to junk punch him. I couldn't believe how heartless he was to Leah at times and I honestly would have kicked his a$$ if it was me. But once he showed his true self I have to say I fell in love with his character and my heart broke for the horrible things he had suffered through.

Leah thought she was going to marry her high school sweetheart but he turned into a complete d!ck and she felt like she completely lost herself in trying to support his career. She goes to London to try and find herself and also help give her experience for her degree. Leah was so timid at times, I really wished she would have stuck up for herself more but I really liked her character.

There was a part of this storyline that was quite close to an experience that my family have lived through so I know how difficult it can be to live with it. I have to say though I thought Carrie handled it well and wrote the situation with compassion and tact.

This book had evoked so many feelings in me, one minute I was spitting mad the next I was heartbroken and ugly crying all over the show.

Carrie Aaron's showed us how a man can struggle process loss, live with anger but overcome it all to love fiercely!
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There are so many things to love about this book. Great characters, great atmosphere and great storyline. Fun red-hot read that would definitely get your pulse racing. Goes down as another off my 2016 Bookworm Bingo Challenge – A book with a colour in the title.

Leaving home for a publicist internship abroad was never going to be easy but on the cusp of a break up its worse. Leah had her whole life mapped out with Taylor; she thought he felt the same. Doing everything and anything to make his life better for his career but somewhere along the way she ended losing herself. Taylor turned into someone she didn’t want to know and when he tells her he wants to break up so he can really live the showbiz lifestyle – sports groupies being high on his list – she knows she needs an escape plan. To go somewhere no one knows her, or her past with Taylor, and somewhere she doesn’t have to deal with a sports playing a***hole. Too bad fate has other ideas though. Deciding to throw her right into the path of player bad boy Killian.

The moment Killian sees Leah he is intrigued. He wants her and always gets what he wants but she just isn’t what he was expecting. For one thing she has no idea who he is when she turns up to be his PR guide at a red carpet film premier. After a very heated confrontation between them at the premier he sees her more feisty side, as apposed to the shy creature getting her ass handed to her when she first turned up. It’s a side that he wants to explore more fully so he does what any man would do if they had his kind of power. He hires her as his personal publicist while she is here, a good idea to start with but things soon start to get complicated.
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4☆ I was gifted a copy of this book via give me books for an honest review.

I read alot of different books and the majority of sports books tends to be about American sports (funny that as they are mainly American writers lol) so imagine my surprise and excitement that red card is actually about a sport I know quite well .... football (soccer), not saying I know alot about it mind you, I'm more of a rugby girl. However this focuses less on the actual sport and more towards the PR side.

Killian (LOVE the name, reminds me of a certain pirate) is a PR persons nightmare and Leah is in her final semester at University. When she touches down in london she is whisked away and thrown in at the deep end ...... "handling" Killian Ramsey!!
She obviously does something that night that impresses him as he requests her (a lowly intern) to be his PR person for the rest of the season.

What follows is nothing short of amazing.At first glance Killian could be described as an arse, look closer though and there is more depth to him than expected, in fact at times he made my heart hurt for him. Leah comes across at first as beaten down by life but determined to come out swinging and by god she does. Their relationship starts off rather rocky and undercover. Luckily for Leah she has her flatmates to help her and provide some laughs. Im not saying its all plain sailing, its not, where would the fun be right?
I loved this book and .... wow just wow!! They say taming a bad boy is not for the faint of heart and boy are they right. I am so adding Carrie Aarons to my list of one click wonders!!
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What is it about smart mouthed, arrogant, condescending p***s that just seem to stir the hormones in the opposite sex? Maybe if you're like me, it takes a good passionate, no holds barred, back and forth quarrel, arms flailing in the air to make your point kind of sparring; all just to get to the point where clothes are torn off in haste and mouths clash angrily, teeth gnawing at skin, which is precisely what we get when British soccer bad boy, Killian Ramsey meets American student Leah Watson-these two are off the charts scorching hot.
After having suffered huge heartache back home, the sharp-minded and sweet Leah hops on a flight to merry old England, (London to be exact) after having accepted an internship with a prestigious PR firm that just so happens to be struggling with keeping Killian's antics and exploits out of the public eye, which is where Leah's sharp wit and mind come into focus, capturing mischievous Killian's attention.
Red Card is a delightful and exhilarating story about atonement, acceptance and learning to live with your past and the mistakes made there, that often mar the future. In Killian, we are first introduced to a severely damaged, cynical man who seems to have a sense of entitlement about himself that comes primarily from his celebrity status rather than his talent and credibility as a sports player. It's only when the beautiful and emotionally fragile Leah enters his sphere, that he learns to be himself again and relearns how to be comfortable in his own skin, that the stories in the magazines and papers aren't a true reflection of the kind, sensual and quite light-hearted man he truly is.
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