Play Me: Book Review
Posted by Kit Domino
Tricia Jones is a superb romance writer who justly deserves to be more widely read in the UK than is currently the case. Play Me, published 2009, is her fifth book and like all her previous novels, doesn’t disappoint, gripping you to the very end in a battle of wills. One that will leave you breathless, satisfied and wanting more. This is a superb summer read, perfect for sultry afternoons in the garden, a long cool drink to hand, or reclining on a hot sunny beach with a chilled bottle of prosecco or champagne close by.
Either way, you will need something to keep you cool for the sexual tension positively oozes from every page, enough to make you hot under the collar as the plot weaves its way through a tug of love in a will she/won’t she tale of love and revenge. Enter Raul, a rich, powerful and determined Sicilian who will stop at nothing to have his pound of flesh. He’s met his match with Nina, equally wealthy, who is prepared to play for the highest stakes to stop her family business falling into Raul’s ruthless hands, a man you, and Nina, really ought to hate but cannot.
Tricia’s skilful writing brings these two beautiful characters to life on the page as she takes us on an exciting journey from the casinos of Monte Carlo to the beautiful Italian lakes in reaching the story’s climax.
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About Kit DominoAuthor and acrylic artist who loves travel, gardening, nature, good food and wine and a whole more besides.
Posted on May 10, 2011, in Reviews, Uncategorized and tagged author, Book Review, reading, review, romance, romantic novel, Samhain Publishing, Tricia Jones, Wild Rose Press. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.