December 2, 2014
I was given Play Me Right by Net Galley for an honest review
Aria is running scared when Sebastian pushes her beyond what she can handle and she isn’t sure she can give him what he wants. After a heart to heart with her baby sister she is ready to come clean and she hopes her heart will survive the coming annihilation she just knows is coming when Sebastian learns all of her horrible secrets.
Sebastien knows he has messed up really bad and with Aria running scared he has no clue how or even if he can fix what he broke. But when she shows up, he is willing work with what she is willing to give, it’s a start and he will take it and her.
I knew I should have requested the middle books but no I had to go and be a na-na head and just request the first and last books in this series. But hey, hind sight is 20/20 and I won’t do that again because missing the meat and potatoes sucks big time.
Play Me Right is well written and thankfully had no editing issues. The sex scene was definitely steamy and you could sense the bitter sweet emotions that went with it. And when Aria was sharing her secret you could feel her gut-wrenching pain and the courage it took for her to tell her story. In the end Aria is a brave woman and she deserves the happiness that Sebastien is offering.
Book Cover Rating
The cover probably should have a heat rating, it is certainly steamy enough.
My name is Aria Winston. I’ve fought desperately to escape the seedy underbelly of Las Vegas. Now I’m in control of my own life and my own destiny . . . but my future belongs to Sebastian Caine.
Technically, Aria may still be in one piece, but she’s feeling pretty damn close to broken. While she knows Sebastian would die before hurting her, their intense, steamy encounters have opened up old wounds in them both. Now Aria is considering the unthinkable: walking away again—this time to save Sebastian from the pain she knows her past will cause him. But Sebastian’s the one who set her free in the first place—how can she not show him the same care and compassion? Because, in the end, being together forever is the only thing that feels right.
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