Play for Keeps (Love Games #2)

PLAY FOR KEEPS                                           MAGGIE WELLS

Tyrell Ransom, the new men's basketball coach, is ready to whip his team into shape and start winning some games. But when compromising photos of his soon-to-be-ex-wife with one of his players go viral, everything comes crashing down. With reporters thick on the ground, Ty and his team need some serious damage control―now.

When public relations guru Millie Jenkins arrives in her leopard-print cape to save the day, things really heat up... Soon they're going to have to work double time to keep their white-hot chemistry out of the headlines.

This is the second book in the series and you have Ty Ransom going through a break up with his much younger wife. She left him for not only a younger man but one of his former players, who had just been drafted in the NBA. Now Millie shows up at his house first wanting to do damage control, and second to make sure he is still alive. There is an attraction between the two of them but she tells him he is still married. As the story goes along you get a look into both of their lives and how their past has shaped their future. For she is fearful of a relationship and believes she cannot give him what he would want a family for having cancer when she was younger and though she is a survivor she also built a wall around her for protection. It is up to Ty to try and break through that if possible but he will definitely need all of the tools he can get his hands on. At times Millie is a bit much, but I keep going back to one little at the beginning of the book, she was raised by a Marine Corps Master Sargent, this is where she gets her toughness from. It just is, it is also her way of coming up with her crazy rules that even she knows are only to protect her from getting close and to always have an exit plan. There is nothing wrong with for if you are in a fight she is someone you want in your corner, but don’t make her your enemy. I actually got her and I’m a guy. Other than it being the off-season for basketball this was a good book, and you got to know Avery the wacky professor who actually was funny at times. Overall a good book with a few different twists towards the end to keep it going. I received this book from I gave it 5 stars. Follow us at

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