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Play Me

Length: 8 hrs and 26 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

She has a head for business and a body for sin. 

He is a coach who knows how to use his equipment. 

Neither is looking for love. 

Should be easy, right? 

Wrong. 

This might be the most important game Kendall Wales and Hunter Owens have ever played where everything is on the line. 

With one wrong play, they could lose it all. 

Hopefully, the game clock doesn’t reach zero before it’s too late.

©2018 Kelly Elliott & Kristin Mayer (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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5 amazing stars

watching team grown this this story will make you laugh and cry and at times become irritate you but it all falls In place true love.

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Kelly Elliott does it again. Stephen is the best.

Kelly Elliott does it again! She is my favorite. Stephen Dexter is the best narrator. He is awesome.

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A not quite hit

This is a story about Hunter Owens & Kendall Wales. Hunter is a former NFL coach that due to a tragedy one season, has refused to return to coaching anywhere. Until, Minor League General Manager, Kendall shows up out of the blue at his Tennessee ranch. In my opinion, he caved too easily, it didn't seem believable. And she was far too wishy washy to be the strong heroine. The story had a lot of extra shenanigans (for lack of a better word) thrown in to "add" to the story and the last few chapters were more like an epilogue. I listened to the audio version, which had two fantastic narrators with Savannah Peachwood & Stephen Dexter.

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Really good book

This is a really good book and great narration. Definitely a fun listen. Thanks for the book

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highly reccomend

I took a chance on this new author duo and I am so happy that I did. I would compare the writing of this book right up there with my other 1st pick reads of Max Monroe, Pippa Grant, Lili Valente, J.S. Scott, Jayne Rylon, and Kendall Ryan.
Each of these named authors can and does write one he'll of a romance book, some with unexpected humor and all of them can tell one heck of a story.
This book is full of the push and pull of any normal romance and has a great cast of characters. So just grab your copy sit back and enjoy. Happy reading.

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  • Shelia B
  • Missouri ; United States
  • 06-23-19

Started Out Good

The first part of this book Kendall was a tough woman who didn't take crap. Actually even Hunter was tougher, but somewhere along the line the authors lost that fight and turned the characters into cringe worth lushes. I'm all for characters changing and having a softer side but these characters turned cheesy. I almost couldn't wait for this book to end. There were also sex scenes thrown in that were just for sex scenes. They didn't really advance the story at all. I'm also not against sex scenes if they advance the story and aren't just thrown in as filler material. The story was decent and I did finish and that's the reason I gave it 3 stars. Since I really like Kelly Elliott and have read several of her books, I'm going to almost assume that it's Kristin Mayer who mess this book up.