#Player (Hashtag #3) by Cambria Hebert

#PlayerI just finished reading book three. It was better than the rest in my opinion. Longer too. We see Rimmel and Romeo come together more. Zach is more of a whacko than I had thought for. Romeo’s football days seem to be limited after a skirmish with literally saving Rimmel’s life and pounding Zach unconscious and breaking his arm. The two NFL offers that were on the table are both rescinded. So it looks like his NFL days are going to be non-existant. Enter Ron Gamble later in the story and a contract is signed.

Valerie and Rimmel have a falling out bt Rimmel later realizes that Valerie was telling the truth. Rimmel’s mother’s death wasn’t an accident or a drowning like she had always been led to believe. She finally gets answers from her grandma and her father after reading the case file that Valerie’s PI put together, including the police report from her mother’s death.

Rimmel and Romeo are threatened because of her father’s gambling and debts. Romeo ends up making several calls but will his scheme he’s putting together save him and Rimmel or will they end up dead in the end?


I have laughed, chuckled, cried and been pissed while reading this book. It’s not often that books can have me in a wide range of emotions while reading them. I honestly didn’t expect a few of the things to happen that did. I honestly wanted this book to be LONGER than it was. I just couldn’t get enough of Rimmel, Romeo, Braeden, Ivy and Missy. I hope in the fourth book, which is Braeden’s story, we find out more about the Spring Break that Romeo put together and find out what happens to everyone else during it! I would HIGHLY recommend this book series by Cambria Hebert.

580 pages

$3.99 Kindle

$16.99 Paperback

***I purchased this book for $3.99 using promo credits.***