Officer Rick Chandler isn't such a bad guy -- he just doesn't believe in marriage. But that doesn't stop his mother and the rest of the women in town from trying to set him up with every single woman in sight! Enter Kendall Sutton, a formerly engaged firebrand who's just as wary of marital vows as Rick. The two strike up a convenient arrangement to keep their respective families at bay, but could true love evolve out of such false pretenses? This is a charming follow-up to Carly Phillips's megabestseller The Bachelor.
...realistically flawed and complex characters who reveal the depths of
their personalities and become real human beings...skilled writing that brings
everything to wonderful life.
The Romance Reader
The Playboy is awesome!!! It may be hard to believe, but The Playboy is even better then The Bachelor. ...Get your copy now, before they become like gold and you are left looking at an empty shelf.
The Best Reviews
The brothers (have) considerable charisma ... (and) those who like their romance fast n' frothy may well find this lightweight tale an appealing afternoon's diversion
...in-depth characters and charming storyline make it impossible to put The Playboy down until the last page is turned. To say Ms. Phillips has a way with words is an understatement.
The Word on Romance
Ms. Phillips outdoes herself with this sensuous and humorous tale that
showcases her extraordinary talent as an author...I fell in love with the
A sizzling delight, The Playboy by Carly Phillips joins The Bachelor on the keeper shelf. ...A breezy, amusing romp with sensual undertones that will curl your toes, The Playboy comes very highly recommended.
As much as I enjoyed Roman's story in The Bachelor, this one played to my affections even more. Rick and Kendall were terrific, down to earth characters...I eagerly await Chase's story.
Romantic Times Magazine 4 1/2 Stars,