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See Jayne Play By Jami Denise
Jayne King lived in a world of players. She’d been groomed by her father to win, taking no prisoners in her quest to reach the top.
But, it was never enough. She wanted out, and just when she finds her escape, she’s pulled back into the underground crime world of Las Vegas. One phone call spins her life out of control, and she once again has to live her life behind a mask of lies.
Her body is for sale, but her heart is off limits. Flynn Maguire, professional gambler and notorious ladies’ man, always wins. Always. As the son of the heir to the Emerald Hotel and Casino fortune, he’s always had his desires delivered on a silver platter. When he crosses paths with Jayne King, he will stop at nothing to have her.
Nothing has ever stood between him and what he wanted, and there wasn’t an amount of money too high to pay to own her. He realizes too late, that money can’t buy her heart, and he finds himself in a place he never he’d be. In love.
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30 lashes with a wet noodle for me.
I read this back in September and could have sworn I posted my review until I searched my reviews and it wasn’t there.
Bad bad blogger.
I’m trying to get away from telling you what the book is about in my reviews anymore. You can read the blurb, it’s right there, most of you don’t want that anyway. Instead I’m just going to jump right in.
Jayne grew up in the casino/gambling world and was groomed by her father to know the ins and outs of that side of life. She left it behind and became a high priced call girl and then became a madam. (That’s the right term right?) She still goes out on calls for herself because there is a debt that needs to be paid. That part isn’t in the blurb so I don’t want to go into too much detail, but that right there is what is driving Jayne.) Jayne is such an incredibly strong character. I don’t think we’d be BFFs in any space or time, but she was a great leading lady. To me Jayne isn’t a black or white character, good vs evil, she’s more gray. In fact, all of the main characters are that way I think, (minus the blatantly evil one.)
Flynn hires Jayne one night and our two main characters meet, they knew of each other previously, but they didn’t know each other like this before the first night. I couldn’t get a read on Flynn at the beginning. I didn’t think I was going to like him much after the way he acted during that first encounter, but as these two kept meeting, he kind of wriggled himself into my semi-good graces. If I had more time with him (hello book 2 and 3!) I think he would be a character that I grow to really like if he keeps going in the same direction he was head.
The book is incredibly hot with scenes that left me fanning myself and is full of action, twists, turns, and a great story line.
I am going to go grab the next 2 books right now. I want to see what happened after …
Thank you so much for my copy of See Jayne Play!
Also 99 cents right now! Covers are linked to Amazon.
Jami Denise is a romance writer from Southern California. While she waits for the next felon to come along and sweep her off her feet, she writes about swoony bad boys and sassy gals that make them squirm. She also loves cats, cars, cupcake flavored lip balm, and cherry limeade.