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Review of Playing hard to Master! By Sparrow Beckett.

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Yeah, Today's book is the second in the Masters Unleashed series. And this will be the last book in this series that we are reviewing. So, in this book we follow Everly and Ambrose, Ambrose, who we have met before and fallen so very deeply in love with and Everly a new player in the game who is a well known brands in the King community now, Ambrose thinks that he has found his perfect sub, but she's an anti poverty activist who has very, very harsh, harsh opinions about the rich. So telling her that he's wealthy will ruin everything, but he can't call her her with a huge lie hanging over them. Well, the best thing that's ever happened to him walk away when she finds the truth. We are here to find that out. No, Zoe darling, Zoe! Yes. What was your initial reaction to the book? I liked it. Yeah, yeah, I did. I thought it was a really fun um like we said before, kind of like a beach read, easy to digest. Wasn't too taxing and I found myself quite smile like quite smiley too right. Like I was I was I'd read a page and then I go, yeah, you know, like I pictured myself reacting that way or you know, it would be, it was just a lot more good humor edge than I was expecting. So I liked it on that basis. That that was my initial kind of thought. What about you? I also very much liked it. Uh far more than the first one. Yeah, actually, definitely more than the first one. And I think that because it's a very similar type of book with similar subject matter, like I don't know what the difference was, but it was definitely there. I would definitely recommend um if you've never read the first one um and you were just looking for something to kind of pick up, you don't actually need the first one to pick this one up. Yeah, they do explain the history and what happened in the previous book throughout this, so you won't be completely lost and you do meet Keeton Banner again, but they're very much just side characters that are barely in it. Yeah. Did you did you think then that this book was more plot driven or character based? I think it was more character driven, but that character was driving the plot, like there was an outcome more prominent than the first one, definitely, which I very much liked. It was also a much longer book than the first one. Mhm. Uh But I would definitely say it was more more character driven than plot necessarily, but I enjoy the plot. How about you? Yeah. Uh Yeah, I I agree. 100% I thought we got a great look into the characters and their backgrounds and how they develop across the story. I think the story was kind of a secondary function to allow us to give a crap about what happens to these characters if you know what I mean. I did like the story and a lot more. Yeah I think because we were familiar with the world, it made it a lot easier to get into a lot easier to understand. I understand what you're saying. I didn't think so. I thought that as I said before that like you don't necessarily need to have the first one to get into this. I think that there was a plot, the first one didn't really have a plot, it was kind of just a get this check late. The second one has that but there's also like a little bit of a tragic box story that like kind of informs some character decisions and then there's the the liar reveals trope which is always kind of fun. Um if that's your thing and then you have an awful lot more kind of story. Like you got to meet Everlys mom, you got to meet some of her friends. You got to see her in her day to day. Far more than you got to see kate in her day. Today. I did notice that too. I was like, I get her more than I get kate and she was the main character the last book.
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