Another enjoyable read by Louise Bay.
Likable characters, hot moments and a swoon worthy ending.
Everything I like in my romance reads.
When I first started reading this book, I just kept thinking it had the same feel and reminded me of another book I had read before, after going through books I had already read I discovered it was Hopefull by Louise Bay, similar story-line, different characters.
Play boy hero and a insecure heroine, afraid to trust and let herself fall in love with her friend through fear of being just another notch on the bedpost.
Noah had been in America for a few years and Truly hadn't heard or seen him since he left, of course during his time away he had endless women and returned a billionaire so he was now also a successful and sought after bachelor.
Truly had always had a crush on Noah since they had met at a wedding, they had been friends before he left and they both had mutual connections so it was inevitable when he returned she would see him again.
I enjoyed Truly and Noah's story, I love it when a playboy finally opens his eyes and begins to see there's more than one night stands and discovers his future right under his nose and Truly with his coaching gained more confidence in herself and courage to take her pregnant sisters place for their business. What started off as one friend helping another, became more.
International Player has great characters, it's a good friends to lovers story with an interesting and captivating plot.
No cheating, angst or major dramas this is a Sunday read you can curl up with and enjoy.
Arc received for review purposes