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Series: Play Me
Published by Loveswept on 12/2/2014
Genres: Erotica, Romance
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Also in this series: Play Me Hot, Play Me Hard
Also by this author: Crash Into Me , Ruined
In the seductive first installment of an eBook original serial from the New York Times bestselling author of Ruined and Addicted, a woman running from her past has finally found a bit of control . . . until her powerful new boss makes her go wild.
My name is Aria Winston. I’ve fought desperately to escape the seedy underbelly of Las Vegas. Now I’m on my own, in control of my own life and my own destiny . . . just the way I like it. Until Sebastian Caine changes everything.
Working as a cocktail waitress at one of Vegas’s hottest five-star casinos means putting up with a ton of bad behavior from the big spenders. But it pays the bills—and that’s all that matters to Aria, who needs every last dollar to escape from her father’s destructive grasp and the brutal man he expects her to marry. But when she lashes out against a billionaire who won’t take no for an answer, she nearly loses everything—until Sebastian steps in. The owner’s son and handpicked successor, Sebastian is dark, sexy, and kinder than any rich man should be. And when he apologizes and offers to keep her job safe, Aria can’t help the way her body reacts to his. Suddenly her job, and the security it brings her, isn’t the only thing Aria wants.
Play Me is an erotic serial intended for mature audiences. Aria and Sebastian’s story continues in Play Me: Hot.
These two characters have an instant attraction to each other. It’s one of those things that just happens, and it works so well.
Both characters have issues they need to work through but seem to only be able to do that with each other. I loved seeing the strength of Aria when it comes down to standing up for those that can’t stand up for themselves. I also appreciate the fact that Sebastian doesn’t make her feel bad for her choices.
Holy steaminess. This book has definitely got that for you. What will happen to these two characters that don’t know how to be with someone else.