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Echo (The Player Book 3) by [Malone, Nana]
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Money, power, prestige…freedom. Echo Coulter is—The Player.

You are a Coulter. You will be perfect. That’s what Echo has been told every day of her life. As the only girl in the Coulter clan, she knows it’s her job to be the glue of the family. But with the Olympics looming, the last thing she wants is to follow the rules. She wants to break free, and she knows just the guy to help her.

Cole Atkins has no interest in spoiled little rich girls. Besides, he’s got the job of a lifetime and just met the girl of his dreams…That is, until she ditches him under the cover of darkness. He can put her out of his head and deal with a spoiled princess for a couple of months, right?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3217 KB
  • Print Length: 379 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0998540420
  • Publisher: Sankofa Girl (March 20 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XPP87NZ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stand up to your family....Novel idea! March 17 2017
By JigsawGirl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I thought Cole and Echo were great together. They did hit their fair share of bumps in the road, but they worked them out successfully.

Cole and Echo helped each other achieve their professional, personal, and romantic goals. Rest assured, you will get a few hot, sexy scenes while reading this one.

One of the best (non sexy) moments in the book was the party scene between Echo and her family. Gramps has always been a piece of work, from the first book to the third. I can't envision a time that I would ever like him, but who knows what the future holds.

So far, Echo is my favorite of the series. This book grabs your attention from beginning to end. I would recommend this book. It can easily be read as a standalone, but I believe it will be more enjoyable with books 1 and 2, Bryce and Dax, respectively, in your bookshelf!

I voluntarily read and reviewed this Advanced Reader Copy.
5.0 out of 5 stars It was an amazing offer for someone new to coaching March 20 2017
By cheri - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Only girl. Middle child. The dependable one. Echo could go on and on. She fell into the role naturally. She managed her brothers, protected them when they needed it, made sure the parents didn't have to. She was the one they went to. Now, that she finally had her own dreams worked out, they needed her again. Oh, they were going to reward her--the way they wanted. Did they ever stop to think that maybe she had her own plans?

Cole couldn't believe the offer. The money would ease his worry about paying for his brother's college. It was an amazing offer for someone new to coaching. He'd miss his brother but otherwise he didn't mind the move. Face it, he'd never wanted to represent the “upper class.” Still, it was an offer he couldn't refuse. Now, he just needed to get excited about it.

Neither had wanted to go out. Neither was excited or much company. When their friends talked them into a night on the town before they began the next step in their lives, they'd gone, reluctantly. That is until one dance, one kiss led to more. One night.

Yes, last person she expected to face with her parents was the man who'd rocked her world. The man who was hired to help shatter her dreams so she could fulfill her grandfather's and parent's dreams. Instead of designing clothes, she'd be running toward the Olympics. Likewise, the rich princess he was supposed to coach was the woman he couldn't forget.

How will they handle their relationships, professional and personal? This is another winner from Ms. Malone. I love Echo's and Cole's unselfishness. I'm happy to see her come into her own. Both are loyal, committed individuals who deserve happiness. Will they get it? You'll enjoy this sometimes tender, steamy, and watching them grow and learn about themselves and that life isn't always what you see on the surface.
5.0 out of 5 stars Lessons in saying "No" July 2 2017
By Margaret Watkins - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
A well written, young adult romance, dealing with issues created by an autocratic patriarchal grandfather. Echo typifies most women's inability to say "no", resulting in the type of stress we are all familiar with. Just when Echo thinks she is reaching out for her dreams, they are snatched away by family responsibility. In addition, her well-meaning family make arrangements for her to be coached to ensure she makes it to the Olympics, on the assumption that what they want is what she wants as well. There were so many aspects to this story that women could identify with, not least of which was the pressure to acquiesce to the demands of her parents. After an exciting one night stand with Cole, Echo is horrified to realise that he is the coach that her parents have employed to ensure she makes it to the Olympics. Cole has had his fill of entitled young women, and when he realises that the girl he cannot forget is his new assignment, he is angry and assumes that he has been played. Nevertheless, the burning attraction between Echo and Cole persists, despite their best attempts to douse the flames. Unfortunately, Echo's grandfather, who considers himself an expert despite never having actually competed in the Olympics, meddles and insults all Cole's efforts to give Echo the best training possible for her abilities. The reader's emotions are engaged, especially when Grandfather Rory makes his entrance and one would dearly love to muzzle him. Although this book is part of a series, it is nevertheless a stand alone and the gaps are sufficiently filled that one is not left wondering what happened in this family saga in previous episodes. The book comes to a satisfying ending, albeit a little abruptly. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review
4.0 out of 5 stars Echo Was No Player March 20 2017
By sjoyce - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Echo, The Player was entertaining but didn't compare to DAX or Byrce.  I couldn't wait for the 3rd Player book and was hoping it would be about Echo.  Had there not been DAX or Bryce, then Echo would have been  better.  Since there were two other books about the Coulters, Echo comes in third place.  Of course, that would give her the Bronze medal in the Olympics.  Perhaps.  Ms. Malone also let the pressure keep her from a Gold medal performance in Echo.

I can't believe that Gramps acted out like he did in this book, especially after DAX firmly put him in his place.  Also, couldn't believe that DAX didn't come to Echo's defense - even if they didn't look alike, they were twins and had a close relationship in the other Player's books.  It took Bryce coming to Cole's defense.  Still, he let Tami put Gramps in his place.  Why did the children allow Gramps to run rampant over them?  They had their own money. Even their parents put too much pressure on Echo while seemingly having her best interests at hearts.  They had no idea what her interests were nor apparently did they care. Read it to see what I mean.

Finally, the Epilogue was the worst ending I've read by Ms. Malone.  It was choppy and just left you with your mouth open.  This is not a negative review.  I said at the beginning of this review that Echo was entertaining but when you compare it to Bryce and DAX, it's a 4 star review compared to the 5 stars that Bryce and DAX got.  I just tried to show the difference in the books by pointing out the things that kept me from giving Echo 5 stars.  I still am waiting with bated breathe the next Player book.  No way will Fox or Gage put up with Gramps and his viciousness.  I just hope that they don't wait until their special person has been hurt by Gramps.
4.0 out of 5 stars A female athlete's story March 21 2017
By Bookhound - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is my third Coulters book. I enjoyed Dax more than Bryce and I must say I liked Echo. it was nice to have a female athlete's story.
Echo is the only female in a world of males who excel at what they do. She has always been the buffer between her parents and the boys, shielding them from things that come up. Her parents put a lot of pressure on her and she has accepted it up to this point. She does not want to go to the Olympics but rather go to design school. However, her family does not know this and they hire Cole to train her for the Olympics.
Cole thought he would be destined for the Olympics until he got hurt. He is now going to train someone for the Olympics.
Echo goes into this "relationship" not wanting to be a runner in the Olympics and Cole goes in with preconceived notions about the "rich" and who he will be training. Both are surprised by what they find.
This is another sweet story by Nana Malone and shows how with someone in your corner who loves you and believes in you, you can reach your dreams.
Throughout all three of these books I have not been thrilled with the parents or the grandfather, especially him, and this book did nothing to endear him to me. I was thrilled with Echo's explosion.
I received this ARC and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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