PLAY ME                                                      DIANE ALBERTS
Posted: Oct. 6, 2013

Play Me by Diane Alberts Even the best-laid plans can go awry.

Single-mom Kiersten Worth knows a bottle of champagne and night of hot, no-strings-attached sex is the perfect solution to her jilted bride blues…and Garrett Kelly, long-time friend and her teenaged son’s sexy basketball coach, is just the stud for the job.

Garrett wants more from the elusive temptress than a casual affair, but he never expects it to come in the form of an unexpected pregnancy. When he proposes an unorthodox solution—move in and raise their baby together—Kiersten has to decide whether to let down her guard and open her heart to the man who secretly loved her for years, or risk losing his tender embrace for good.


     Play Me, Wow what can I say?  Fear is a motivator for making some really wrong decisions.  Kiersten Worth seems to not think things through and heads straight for a brick wall called Garrett Kelly a high school friend.

     Kiersten had a hard time trusting men.  Even her best friend Garrett.  So, when she made the decision to take him to bed out of shear “lust” and “revenge” over her ex.  She may have made a costly mistake.  You see her ex had no way of ever finding out she would sleep with Garrett because he had already moved on.  But, feeling lonely, depressed and horny because you see this would have been her wedding night too.  She decides that seducing Garrett because her ex was always jealous of him and their friendship.

     There was just one major flaw in her idea.  She didn’t expect to feel more for Garrett afterwards and moreover for Garrett to feel it too.  Then come right out and tell her so fast.  She had no time to think.  Out of fear she says things that pushes him away from even their friendship.  They can’t get totally away because he is Chris’, her nephews that she is raising since her sister passed away, coach & teacher.

     Three and a half months later their lives take a turn.  For her love has always meant pain and loss.  Fear grips her and Garrett soothes that can he do that now when he finds out the news...

     I was very taken in by this story because it seemed to take a real view of what so many couple go through and brought it to life in this story.  It was well written because you could feel each of the characters pains and joys.  I do recommend this book.  Provided by

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