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- Print Length: 285 pages
- Publisher: Loveswept (June 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: June 16, 2015
- Sold by: Random House LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00XSSYS4K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,499 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Play Me: The Complete Story: Play Me Wild, Play Me Hot, Play Me Hard, Play Me Real, Play Me Right (Sebastian Caine) Kindle Edition
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And I’m so glad I decided to read these because I would have been seriously missing out on some quality goodness. MISSING OUT. Because, these books are tons of awesome.
Aria Winston was my favourite of the two main characters. She was brave and strong and stood up for what was right at the cost of losing her job…especially when she was living hand-to-mouth as it was. But what was more fantastic to see about her is that she was fiercely independent and it was almost like her thought processes were often in sync with my own! It was awesome and awesome!
Sebastian Caine was, in my opinion, the perfect counterpart to Aria. Where she was crazy when there was something she wanted, he was level-headed. Where she often thought with her heart, he showed her reason. And might I say, this guy had a real heart of gold. No matter the philanthropist side of him, he was a genuinely good guy who made everyone’s problems his own and went out of his way to support people.
In a literary BDSM world (sadly) dominated by the likes of FSoG, Play Me manages to bring all the kinky and hot that makes BDSM exciting, and show readers just how sexy it can be when done right. The book is written tastefully and contrary to my early expectations from the book, it wasn’t all sex.Read more ›
Play Me #1 – Wild – 4 stars
As always with the beginning of a series the author is giving you the characters and some background so you can form your opinion of them going further into the story. I liked what I read here, I always enjoy a casino backdrop and Tracy had her descriptions down really well here. I really liked her female lead Aria but it was quite clear from the onset that she was hiding something. This continues through the subsequent books and ends up a slow reveal with a climactic conclusion. In this novella I found I was not overly endeared to the male lead Sebastian. He too has secrets I’m guessing.
Their meeting is an unconventional one, but I liked that it was different. The chemistry between them leaps off the pages and the reader definitely gets that connection between them. Tracy did a grand job of immersing the reader into a fast paced beginning; you can’t help but want more. I really wanted to see where this was going and what comes to unfold.
Play Me #2 – Hot – 3 1/2 stars
We are picking up straight where we left off, which is always a bonus in a series, there are no missing pieces that the reader has to guess about. This one is just as hot and steamy as the last as Aria and Sebastian start a tentative relationship. It feels a little confusing, what do they really want with each other? You get the stirrings of a dominant man in Sebastian but I think there’s a bit more here than the reader is led to believe. I think this book focuses more on the sexual exploits and the getting to know each other rather than anything else and Tracy ramps up that character development a bit so the reader sees a bit more.Read more ›
This story was originally released as a 5 part serialized novel (Play Me Wild, Play Me Hot, Play Me Hard, Play Me Real and Play Me Right) but has since been released as a bind up called Play Me: The Complete Story. Although I read this in instalments I'm posting a single review for the entire book. This story works as a complete stand alone but it does feature a cameo appearance from Ethan Frost who has his own series.
Aria has left her family and her controlling father behind her and is struggling to make ends meet working as a cocktail waitress in a local casino. When she loses her temper with one of the casino's big spenders who was getting a little too rough she knows she's blown it and is sure to lose her job but she hadn't counted on the new boss. Sebastian never intended to take over his father's casino but when he is called in run the show after his father suffers a heart attack he quickly realises that things have got to change. He won't tolerate his staff being treated poorly no matter who the client is and he's determined to shake things up a bit. The connection between Aria and Sebastian is instant and intense but will Aria risk everything by sleeping with the boss?
One thing I can say for sure about Play Me is that it's hot as hell, Sebastian is a delicious Dom who knows exactly what he wants and he's not used to being denied. The sex scenes in this story are absolutely scorching and it was very, very easy to see why Aria would fall under Sebastian's spell, I'd certainly find him impossible to resist! This is only the second book I've read by Tracy Wolff but it definitely won't be the last, in fact after seeing the cameo from Ethan Frost I'm planning on diving into his series very soon.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a good vacation read. The story was interesting and the love scenes were quite steamy. Unlike other reviewers, I didn't find it a copy of Fifty Shades. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Michele J DeMarco-Fiorenza
Loved the first 4 books. Hated the ending of book 5. Yes you can read the Ethan Frost 3rd book but it's not from Aria and Sebastian's point of view. This story is incomplete. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathy Christ
So so good. I was a little confused in the end that these characters don't seem to have a continuation, but I guess they had their HEA. Glad I read it as a complete storyPublished 10 months ago by Amazon customer
Awesome book, very compelling and hard to put down. I really like that it is a complete collection recommended by Book BubPublished 10 months ago by Emptynest
I don't know don't know *what* make authors chose their version of Fifty Shades of Gray. This book has so many pages of sex it becomes boring. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lynne Sears Williams
I'm glad that I was able to get all of the books in the series. I would have been so disappointed if I had to buy these books separately. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
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