From Goodreads: From the national bestselling author of Riding the Night comes an erotic story about love and the games people play.
The last thing event planner Tara Lincoln needs is the jet-set lifestyle of a football pro like Mick Riley; even though their steamy and passionate one-night stand proved that Mick is an all-star-both on the field and in the bedroom.
Tara played the game of love once and lost big, and she doesn’t intend to put herself out there again, especially with a certified heartbreaker. But when Mick sets his mind to win, nothing will stop him. And he has the perfect play in mind to catch this sultry vixen.
Bought for Myself (I mean really look at that cover)
Overall Rating: 4.25
Story Rating: 4.25
Character Rating: 4.25
Hotness Rating: Off the CHARTS!
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What I Loved: Mick and Tara rocked my socks off (to borrow Ashley’s term) as a couple! They truly were sizzling chemistry personified! I think what I liked most was Tara’s single parent story. I know plenty of single parent woman that date (or not date as the case may be) just like her. It was a bit refreshing to see a leading lady that rang real and true. I didn’t always like her reactions to Mick but it fit with her personality and dating style! I also liked that Mick was flawed, real, down to earth despite his very high profile job!
What I Liked (and why i am immediately reading Changing the Game): The whole entire Riley family ROCKED! I can’t even begin to understand how Jaci is going to reform a certain character (no spoilers) but I have no doubt she will. I am excited to see Gavin tamed and hoping the third book is about their sister.
What I would like to see more of (since I have no complaints): Can we get some short stories and/or books for Tara’s friends? They were kind of her family and I really liked those ladies!
Why I gave it a 4.25: The Perfect Play was a perfect combination of story, romance, and hotness. The only reason it didn’t get a 5 from me is the over use of 2 words I can’t stand (c*ck and p*ssy) but honestly that is just a personal thing 🙂 In other words, go out and get the book!