Playing with Her Heart - Lauren Blakely

Playing with Her Heart

By Lauren Blakely

  • Release Date: 2013-08-18
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 50 Ratings

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A standalone romance from #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Blakely... He's sexy, sophisticated, possessive...and my boss.  I'm trying to resist him, I swear. I'm good at resisting, and at playing pretend too. It's what I do for a living. But as Davis Milo directs me in my first Broadway play, I'm having a harder time pretending that I don't want him to take me. On the piano. In the limo. In the dressing room. Anywhere and everywhere. And the more he guides me through staged kisses, the more I want them to be real.  *** I damn well know the first rule of directing: Never fall for your leading lady. But I'm captivated by her raw talent, and fighting this desire grows harder every day I spend with her. Keeping things professional isn't an option. I want all of her. Soon we're staying late in the empty theatre, our private rehearsals spiraling into new, forbidden territory. I swear I'm not playing with her heart, but how can I be sure that what she feels is real, and not a part of the play?

Reviews

  • Playing with Her Heart

    4
    By ZivaChavive
    Sex, sex and more sex. I like sex. The out of the coupling story is gripping and one in particular hang-up secret revealed by Jill is a real face slapped. A must read, I spilled some tears too.
  • The Director and the Actress - 5++++ stars

    5
    By janice1231
    A Review of Playing With Her Heart by Lauren Blakely The Director and the Actress - 5++++ stars If you've been reading Ms. Blakely's books as they come out, you will recognize several of the characters in this book. Jill happens to be the sister of Chris from Chris and McKenna's storyline. She is an actress with a past that she has done everything she can to keep hidden, even from family. We get hints of her pain and what she may have dealt with throughout the story. Davis is a Director who saw Jill in one production and just knew that she would be the perfect actress for the new play that he has coming up. However, the Powers-that-be had other plans, so Davis insisted that Jill be the understudy for the main female character, knowing that she would get to play the role at least a couple of times from the history of the temperamental lead. The chemistry between them and how much they fight to ignore it just blasts you in the face. There are some really heart wrenching parts that make you hurt for the characters, but there are some really happy ones as well. I loved seeing Kat and Bryan again, especially since Kat and Jill are still roommates until Kat and Bryan eventually get married. I really enjoy the way the characters intermingle from one story to another as it makes them seem more real. Great storyline and writing as usual! **Honest review voluntarily provided for purchased product.**

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