- Release Date
- December 2014
- Book 4 of Play Me
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
How do you know when something's real? In the steamy fourth installment of an eBook original serial from the New York Times bestselling author of Ruined and Addicted, a devastating betrayal unravels a fierce yet tender connection.
My name is Aria Winston. I've fought desperately to escape the seedy underbelly of Las Vegas. Now I'm on my own, in control of my own life and my own destiny . . . just the way I like it. Until Sebastian Caine changes everything.
Aria has learned to play Sebastian's game. She's given him control, taken it back, and let him push her farther than she ever imagined she could go. But when Sebastian's past comes to light, Aria receives a glimpse behind the facade—a revelation that disturbs her even as it makes her feel closer to this simmering, complicated man. Finally she comes to understand the real reason why Sebastian feels the need to dominate everything in his path. But Aria has a tortured history, too. And together they're a dangerous combination. Now she's the one pushing Sebastian to the breaking point . . . and if one of them burns up, they'll both go down together.
Play Me is an erotic serial intended for mature audiences. Aria and Sebastian's story concludes in Play Me: Right.
Book Review by BJ (reviewer)
Jan 14, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
115 people found the following review helpful
4 "Let My Submission Heal Your Pain" Stars!
Book 4 in the Play Me series begins where Book 3 left off. Intense right off the bat, and loaded with an extended, steamy BDSM scene, this book will literally melt your Kindle! Ethan Frost also sweeps in to save the day, so lovers of the Ethan Frost series will also want to take note of PLAY ME REAL.
As Sebastian's secret is unveiled, Aria has a decision to make. Trust him and give freely of herself to help combat his pain, or run for the hills in the name of self-preservation. Given her own battle with her deep dark demons, this is no easy choice, especially for a man whom she has only known for 3 days, even if those 3 days may just have been the most intense ones she's ever experienced. Moreover, it's one thing to cave in to the heat of the moment, but how will Aria feel once she comes down from its high?
I can't wait to read the conclusion to this story, Play Me Right, of dark pasts converging to join two souls who need to learn control, in their own way, to heal the sins committed against them in the past.
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