Playing at Love

Ophelia London
Contemporary romance
Available from Entangled Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-62266-987-5
September 2012

Tess Johansson loves her job as a music teacher, but with the school budget about to be cut it seems she could stand to lose that job unless she wins a big music competition.

Jack Marshall is the school's new football coach and the biggest threat to Tess's career if he can lead the football team to victory. Even worse, they were once summer loves which definitely makes things interesting.

Playing at Love was an excellent book from the beginning with Jack and Tess becoming rivals and it being difficult for them because they knew each other. However, in saying that, it didn't stop them from doing whatever it took to make sure their program wasn't tossed aside from the school budget. The plot was interesting as it pitted these two teenage loves against each other, which through the dialogue revealed that they hadn't seen the other since that time when they'd been summer loves. The sex scenes were explosive because of the built-up sexual tension that had been there from the moment they saw each other again. What I liked so much about both characters was how passionate they were about their work and that they'd do anything to see that their school program was not cut from the budget.

Overall, this author has done an exceptional job penning this tale and I can't wait to read more of their work in the future.ttle down with a man that will show her the love she deserves.

Overall rating:
Sensuality rating: Very sensual

Reviewer: Bec
November 12, 2012


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