Monday, May 14, 2012

The Perfect Play by Jaci Burton

The Perfect Play (Play by Play, #1)The Perfect Play by Jaci Burton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Football star Mick Riley is finding his life in a bit of a lull, his career is where he wants it to be, but outside of that it is missing something. Yes he has a social life, thanks to his publicist but none of his dates have any substance. At an event for his team, he meets event planner Tara Lincoln who is a no nonsense sensual woman who intrigues him.

Tara has spent all of her adult life working and taking care of her son, Nathan. Tara never ventured into dating, at least not in front of Nathan and after a night of uncomplicated lust with Mick she plans to keep it that way. Mick however wants to get to know Tara more and although she balks a few times she finds her falling hard for the football star, but she struggles with knowing where this relationship is going.

I think this is beautifully honest read. Although Mick and Tara talk a lot about everything under the sun, the one thing they seem to hedge around is what they expect in a relationship which is delightfully refreshing. Mick is a stud, yummy.

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