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Wildcard: Volume One by [Johnson, Missy]
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Wildcard: Volume One Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Wildcard (3 Book Series)

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This was a relatively short read, but really enjoyable. I couldn't put it down.
Ryder is a tennis star and a man whore. On the eve of the French Open final he slips during an orgy and injures himself, putting him out of the game for months. Boredom drives him to read his fan mail and one letter from a sick child bawling him out for taking his health and talent for granted catches his eye. Before long he's in touch with the child's mum who turns out to be every bit as straight talking as her son.
I really liked Scarlett and Ryder together, they had good chemistry, witty banter and hot smut. The idea of a sportsman behaving like Ryder is a little improbable, but I was enjoying this story enough to overlook that.
This ends with a cliffhanger, and I'm looking forward to reading more.
A witty, relatively low angst, hot story. Recommended.
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can't believe it ended like that! way too short.
ryder is a player a tennis star and after falling out of a hot tub with naked girls unable to play his tournament ends up laid up for weeks. This is when he started to read his fan mail and comes across Jake a boy with an illness calling him a Butt head lol and saying hes now an ex fan.
For once in his life it bothers him finds out his number and gets his mum scarlett on the phone when he calls she is feisty & outspoken not what he is used to in a woman and she pretty much tells him the same thing her son did and asks him when was he last selfless.
He is in England ans she is in America but they quickly become friends and for the first time ever he starts to feel for a woman.
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OMG poor Ryder, what a cliff hanger.

Missy does it again, brilliant writing, love-able characters and a great new story line.

It's hot, sexy and in some places really funny, it had me laughing out load.
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I was lucky to be gifted a copy of this book and OMG I couldn't put it down and was sad when It finished. Ryder is a cocky, arrogant, sexy, selfish top tennis player, who loves woman and sex and oh he's British. When an unfortunate 'injury' means he has to rest he gets a letter that will change his perspective on his life, for the first time he begins to think about what he is doing with his life and how others view him. He meets a boy and his mum and trust me Ryder will melt your panties, I'm not going to say anything about them because that will spoil the story. There are some truly funny moments , the one with his mother, I nearly wet myself laughing and that ending. You have a lot to answer for with that Missy but I for one can't wait for volume 2.
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By Rob TOP 500 REVIEWER on 14 Sept. 2014
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Flipping brilliant book! Omg the amount of times I thought I seriously could be reading about myself was uncanny lol. Obviously I’m not a tennis player but I think me and Ryder share the same arrogance, cockiness, self-assuredness, general man-whorish characteristics lol. (Although I have to state for the record, I am a happily married man and have put my shagg1ng random slut days behind me)

There were two parts in this book that had me creased up. Obviously I’m not going to mention them but when you read them, you will know which two things I mean. Oh my word, hilarious. It’s not often an author can actually get me laughing huge belly laughs…I mean you don’t tend to do that when you’re reading do you. Well trust me, you won’t snigger, you will pee yourself laughing. You will shout OMFG! You will have tears rolling down your cheeks!

Ryder is a fantastic character! I can totally relate to him. I can see where his logic is coming from, some may say his thought process isn’t logical but I totally get him. He has absolutely no filter. This is something I’m often accused of not having either lol. Maybe when you read some of my reviews you have come to that conclusion too!

The ending…..oh there better be a good excuse for that! I felt crushed for him. But that’s always the way, you go through life thinking the way you live is ok, til you meet someone and want to be a better person for them and then that happens!

Missy, your talent has shone in this book. I cannot contain my excitement over this series….really looking forward to read the next book.

5 ouchy stars from me!
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Ryder is a 24 year old British Tennis champion.

He's a no commitment kind of chap who's a super star and gorgeous, so of course, the ladies flock to him. He's a lover of all beautiful women and their sensuality, and LOVES to party. Winning is not enough for Ryder, he has to prove he can win whatever his shenanigans.

His 'Britishness'......
I love, love this story BUT the guy is British and sometimes he thought American words.... eeeek. He has an American best friend, but even so, us Brits do not say things like bills, purse and bellhop in the way they were used, that's a fact. I found his humour to be Brit-like with his sarcasm and I really like that he wasn't over-the-top British, there's nothing worse than a cliché, but I'd have enjoyed the full package to make this character truthful. The good news is many people will not notice, equally, however, it's a shame they'll miss out on the British-ism feelings. **Note~I read the arc version and elements of this may have altered.

One of the things I really like about this story is that we're not just told that Ryder is a womanizer who puts himself about; we're actually shown and get a small glimpse into his wild lifestyle. “Am I really that bad a guy?" Well.... Ryder you’re egotistical, self absorbed and you think money solves everything. Equally, you have a wicked sense of humour and showed me your vulnerable side. You made me fall in love with you.

The womanizing and the partying are a small part of the story…...
What happens when the I-can-never-lose tennis star has an injury?
What happens when a young boy calls him out on his behaviour?
What happens when his American mother challenges Ryder to change his ways?
What happens when they meet?
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