REVIEW: Play with Me by Kristen Proby

Play with Me (With Me in Seattle, #3)My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I’m giving this book 3.75 stars.
So much improvement from the first and the second of the series.

Better built characters, justified actions and the exact amount of drama to make the story interesting.
Another good point was the inclusion of the leading male character POV in the narration. It was small but it complemented the story and it gave us readers a door to the character’s mind.

It was super nice to see the big quarterback fall in love with a regular girl and, even if I’ve read this plot in thousands of different books, it never gets old.
Again, another strong and independent leading lady on this book (those are my favorite); Meg falls in love with Will but also fights him to keep her independence. Will is also a strong guy, used to have his ways and to everyone falling at his feet but has to learn how to respect the woman he chose to be with.

I’m still missing a little bit more of real actions between the main character and her guy. It seems to dreamy that she falls for a super star and, aside from one drunk flirt one night, nothing else happen with Will’s famous status. Also, he seems stop being a super star from second date on and I feel it could take people a little bit more than that to get over themselves.

Also, the whole Leo is back and we love him again was a little weak. They spent 3 years without talking to each other and then, all of a sudden, they are treating each other like brother and sister again.

But, at the end, I truly enjoyed this book. So I’ll keep moving forward with the Seattle stories!
Plus, I’m really digging the whole ‘everyone is tatted or pierced’ thing!

See you between the pages,

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