Play Fling by Amber Scott
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full (269 pages)
Rating: 5 Books
Reviewed by Larkspur
Face Your Target... Brooke Munkle didn't leave a lukewarm marriage just to flounce into the first hot bed. Too young, too hot, Elliott Jovovich has no business distracting her from starting over. If only he'd get out of her fantasies. Maybe if she keeps things simple, she can allow herself one naughty indulgence. After all, who will know? Pull The String... Elliott sees through Brooke's stiff facade. Underneath her struggle to hold it all together, a vibrant, wanton woman is waiting to be freed. To win her heart, he'll play by her rules, which would be a a lot easier if her hostile best friend didn't fight so dirty. Sure, he has ammo of his own, but what he knows could hurt Brooke. Steady. Aim. Release... Millie Match isn't sure what she did to deserve this matchmaking hell. The sneaking around, the spying, compatibility issues, chemistry crises. Her target, Brooke, is keeping secrets. Elliott is definitely Mr. Wrong. And if Millie doesn't make true love magic now, she'll lose the one thing in this punishment worth fighting for.
If you’re unlucky in love the last thing you need to find it is a bumbling cupid. But that’s exactly what Brooke Munckle gets. Elliot Jojovich has admired Brooke from afar. He finally makes his move and that’s when the fumbling -- and the fun -- begins. But there’s a lot of differences between them, not the least of which is their ages.
Autho Amber Scott will wow her reading audience with this wonderful, whimsical romantic drama. Her plot is unique as her cupids use not magic bow and arrows but modern technologies and potions as they trip and stumble to get a perfect match between our hero and heroine. Her dialogue excites and informs us as we keep turning pages to find out what happens next. Her protagonists are very well thought out characters and she makes us hurt with them when they falter and cheer them when they triumph. Her co-starring characters the cupids amuse and horrify us with their antics and her other supporting characters add depth and meaning to her tale. Her romance is far from perfect and she amazes us as she brings it all together in the end. Her love scenes are hot, spicy and visceral but also meaningful and complex.
If you like an unlikely pair as your romantic couple, if you need a lot of drama to get to your happily ever after, if you like a teeny bit of woo-woo with your wooing then give Play Fling a try, you won’t be sorry you did. It’s a great romance and a definite must read.