Enjoying life by the sea in St. Augustine FL. Started listening to books on cassette and in 1995 over the radio, hooked ever since!
Enjoyed this entertaining read with a football twist. Current events feature fallen QB's in the news, you would think Ms. Brown ahead of the game. Escape and enjoy.
than to buy a book by a female author with a football star as one of the main characters. Not to say it can't be done. But with the title, I just don't know what I was thinking. I'm guessing high school and college girls might enjoy this one.
I got it because of the Dallas location and thought it might be interesting from that perspective because of the Dallas Cowboys and Southwest Airlines. But it was incredibly predictable and written, it seemed, at a high school level.
But I do admit, I listened to the end with a lot of fast-forwarding.
Yes, I was surprised at how invested in the story I became. Not the typical type of story I would ever even read, but it was written well and read well. Very engaging.
I liked some of the surprises, things I didn't see coming. I don't want to spoil anything.
Play Dirty rates an eight out of ten in Sandra's long list of great reads. Envy was a 10. As usual, enough surprises to keep even the laziest reader reading. She is also one of the sexiest writers out there. Sandra's characters ooze sex, but she is really talking about the human condition and love. Reminds me why I got married and why I am still in love with my wife 45 years later. Thank you Sandra. It's a good read.
This book sat in my Library for months and if I had know what a great story this was, I would have read it a long time ago. I've read only one other Sandra Brown novel, "A Breat of Scandal" and I really liked that one too, but this one, I couldn't put it down. Loved Victor Slezak as a narrator too. Don't need to go into any details about the story since the description tells all, but after each chapter, you will catch yourself, laughing, mouth dropping open, and extremely surprised at many turns of this. It's worth a credit and then some.
Definitely not something I've read before, or usually with such a flawed main character. Don't run from this.
Slow start, but worth hanging in there!
Really enjoyed the ride!
Enjoyed the book and unlike some fellow Audible readers who feel they need to spoil it for others, I won't comment on its ending. "Hint-hint" spoiling a book's ending for others is a the very least inconsiderate. Sorry, I had to get that bit of "venting" out my system.
Sandra Brown always presents a great story and Victor Selzak is an excellent narrator. I wanted to rush to find out how it ended but didn't want to miss anything by doing that.
my only complaint is with how Audible divided the book. Three and four chapters were lumped together, making it hard to find a good spot to end before going to bed.