Sunny Shelly’s Review: Silver Player, by L.B. Dunbar

The Silver Foxes of Blue Ridge #2

Release Date: January 23
 
Billy Harrington
A young girl walks into a bar…

 

I’d like to say this is the start of a bad joke, but it isn’t really.

 



It’s my life.

 



Can you be called a baby-daddy if the secret baby shows up as a teenager?

 

I don’t know anything about raising a teen.

 

And the one person who could help me the most is my nemesis.

 

Roxanne McAllister



I should hate him for being her father.

 

Only I don’t fault him for sleeping with my sister.

 

This is the story of my life.

 

I’ve always been runner-up to my older sibling.

 

Then tragedy strikes—again—and I’m left with a dilemma.

 

Can I count on the person I despise the most in Blue Ridge?

 

Find out when a Harrington strikes again.

 

This sexy silver fox is the biggest player, but he’s about to been dealt a hand he never expected—a much needed ally in his feisty vixen enemy.

 

 

 

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Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars

Once again, I’ll say it: I love LB Dunbar’s more mature romances. Most of what I read is YA or thirtysomethings, so I love diving into her books for the over-40 crowd. I love that the “surprise baby” Billy and Roxie have to come together to take care of in this enemies-to-lovers story is actually a teenager!

What can I say about Billy and Roxie? They are two people who have always felt like they weren’t enough. They both have their opinions about the other, and it was so wonderful for them to realize how wrong they were. He has a reputation as a player, and it turns out that his reasons for playing the field is a deeply-guarded secret he hasn’t shared with anyone after his wife left him. And Roxie feels isolated, having no family aside from Sadie, and then sees herself as the *only* woman in town whom Billy won’t consider hooking up with. But the spark between them is undeniable, and as they form a tentative co-parenting unit for Sadie, they kind of surprise themselves with their casual dates…. casual dates that suddenly begin to mean so much more.

I loved how the miscommunication between Billy and Roxie wasn’t that they were holding back from letting the other know how they feel, but that they were misreading each other’s signals.

Silver Player is a standalone in LB’s latest series surrounding the Harrington brothers. Billy’s story happens in the same timeline as Giant and Cricket’s story, so while there is some mention of what his brother has going on, it doesn’t impact Billy and Roxie’s story in any way.

I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.

Meet L.B. Dunbar
I’ve been accused of having an over-active imagination. To my benefit, this imagination has created over twenty novels, including the creation of a small-town world (Sensations Collection), rock star mayhem (Legendary Rock Star series), MMA chaos (Paradise Stories), rom-com for the over forty (The Sex Education of M.E.), and a suspenseful island for redemption (The Island Duet). My alter ego, elda lore, creates magical romance through mythological retellings (Modern Descendants). My life revolves around a deep love of reading about fairy tales, medieval knights, regency debauchery, and strong alpha males. I love a deep belly laugh, a strong hug, and an occasional margarita. My other loves include being mother to four grown children and wife to the one and only.
 
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