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Hashtag Series, Book 3
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Players gotta play.

Hate is like a poison. It contaminates everything. So does doubt. Even though I deny what I overheard, even though I insist it isn't true, the seed of doubt has been planted. I can't help but be tormented with the endless "what ifs" that have taken over our lives. Romeo and I were happy in love. The future stretched before us brighter than any star in the darkest sky. Now everything is broken. Literally broken. Romeo's entire career is at stake, my entire future is threatened.... And my past? It's coming back to haunt me. To haunt us. Romeo says we're in this together, and right now the only sure thing is us. But how far can a love so new be pushed? The lengths we will have to go to to save each other put everything at risk. Romeo is a #player, but how much of the game can one person play?

©2015 Cambria Hebert (P)2015 Tantor

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#Player

The First 3 books in this series follow the same couple Romeo (Roman) and Rimmel. I loved their story I was hooked on it and couldn't put the books down until I was finished. I highly recommend these books.

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  • Ndulgent Bloggrs
  • 15-11-2016

Third Time is a Charm

This third book in the hashtag series completes the HFN of the #Nerd and the #Player. By this point, you have to keep reading/ listening to know what happens.

If you like New Adult romance, definitely try this series. {Begin with book one.} The characters' lives are far from the normal college student which makes the entire series far from the normal new adult romance that sometimes is starting to feel a bit overdone. This series is a stand out so far.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 09-10-2015

Another great book in the series!

Again, the football parts of the story are a little unrealistic, but the story is romantic. I love that they get through everything together. Unlike a lot of stories they don't get mad at each other of stupid things.

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  • Listening is Reading
  • 13-11-2017

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Ahhhhhhhhh we get the HEA we have been dying for! I loved this book heck this whole series.

Rim and Romeo are favorites of mine for when I am in a book slump.

Romeo’s mom is a hard nut to crack but once she does she is sweet and kind hearted and it’s not hard to see why she wants to protect her baby.

I did want to shake Rimmel’s father like very hard. I am all swoony over Romeo for being there for Rim when she needed him to be.

Ahhhh and Braeden and Rimmel’s friendship is utterly sweet I can’t wait for more. I just love re reads!

Again narration was great, male is fantastic and the female is good just some of her words get to me but who cares it was great.

*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*

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  • Lexy
  • 12-01-2019

Happily...

In the third volume of Rimmel and Romeo's romance, We get the loose ends that were left dangling from book 2 tied up (which actually was important to me). We also get to see more of Rimmels past.
It had a wonderful feel, and, it is clear that our author wanted to give closure, should she decide not to visit the happy couple (as main characters) in more books.
It was a good story.

If I had one bad thing to say, I will say that though it is written in a believable manner, and I understand what the author was trying to do, Romeos possessiveness of Rimmel was causing a wee bit of concern for me in this book. We can see it in book one, but it comes off as protective--where having his name "plastered" on her was to keep her safe.
In book 2, it starts getting a bit wearing, and with parts of this book I had concern that he saw her as his property. Rimmel does know that if they are going to have a successful relationship there also has to be respect, which means her not catering to his every whim. I liked that.
It does seem to get reigned in slightly by the end, but it was the only bit of constructive criticism I can come up with for the book.

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  • mcgman
  • 22-12-2018

Another good story...

No spoilers!

Storyline was good.
Rimmel is still book smart but missing common sense.
Roman still likes to fight but is growing up!

Two small but glaring issues though (but it does not take away from the story). Note: not saying what happens as the information below could just be discussions between characters! 😉
1. College Championship Game locations are determined years in advance; and
2. A Pro Quarterback will usually garner 10 million plus per year... even the rookies.

On to the next book in the series!!

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  • C. WILLS
  • 29-11-2018

the first two books were better, this was filler..

The narrator was awful. I have listened to other books she has narrated and have come to the conclusion that I will avoid any of her books in the future. Throughout the entire series she was monotone and robotic.

The first two books in the series felt like the author had a story to tell. While not a Pulitzer, they were a nice and light read. I kind of fell in love with the author's comedic style. She pulled me in to find our what happened next. The world building, while over the top at th times was still easy to envision. But this book felt like she had a story to sell. First, most of the book was over the top filler. Second, if your gonna charge for your story, at least do some minimal research. The depiction of the draft in the NFL is woefully wrong. Another reviewer made the great suggestion that the author should have called it another league or sport, eg Quidditch, altogether if she is just gonna make it up as she please.

Thirdly, and this is my biggest issue, what was the point of this book? I didn't really think this book moved the MC story along on the way that 5 extra chapters and a lengthy epilogue to book 2 couldn't achieve.

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  • being_ericamarie
  • 14-11-2018

Good Story

In book 3 we learn what happened to Rimmel's mom, why her dad has been distant and what happens to Zach after attacking both Romeo and Rimmel. Their commitment to each other is tested and you learn just how far they are willing to go for the other. I like that you are easily able to pick up where you left off in the series.

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  • Lisa M. Mandina
  • 14-05-2018

I love BBFL!!

Book two definitely ended with a bit of a cliffhanger, and it was so frustrating that my library did not have it for me to download. So when I resubscribed to Audible, I decided to just go ahead and buy this next one. And honestly, I loved it. First off, is there such an alcoholic beverage as Smurf Balls? Because I want to try it. I'm hoping to get to meet the author at Book Bonanza in Denver in July, so maybe I'll ask her for the recipe. And then there was BBFL - Big Brother for Life. Then, there are the little intros to each chapter, and the one for chapter 33 is something that I know I've posted myself on Facebook or Twitter many, many times, and that is:
“The most annoying sound in the world is a morning alarm. #firstworldproblems”
I love that this book totally wrapped up Rimmel and Romeo's story, but I want to read more from the Hashtag world, especially to hear BBFL Braeden's story. So I'll be listening to that one somewhere down the road! I definitely recommend this series.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-05-2018

FANTASTIC!!!

I loved every minute of this book. Can't wait to read the rest of the books. Such a great series!

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  • MAB
  • 27-03-2018

So bad

The only good thing I can say about it is, once again, the male narrator was great. Everything else, the female narrator, the writing, the premise, even the grammar was terrible. Lots of low-key sexism, such as Romeo never treating Rimel as a person capable of making decisions for herself, and more than one reference about Ivy's promiscuity (but the boys can sleep with as many people as they want without judgment, of course). Save your time and credit.