Review: Play Me by Jennifer Probst (Steele Brothers #2)


Note: This ARC was provided by InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.

Roman Steele isn't too thrilled about agreeing to his brother's request that he get in touch with FANTA-C, a matchmaking service known for connecting two people with complementing requirements and fantasies for one night. When he realizes that he's been paired up with none other than poker-playing champion Sloane Keller, he relishes in the challenge, knowing the kind of balls-to-the-walls reputation the beautiful woman has in the world of professional card players. She's used to being control of every situation she's in, though she can't seem to find a man who will fulfill her needs in the bedroom, but Rome is more than ready to show her what she's be missing. She may not like the rules when it comes to playing with him, but one taste of his offering and Sloane will quickly learn that when with Rome, do whatever he tells you to do.

Play Me is the second novella in bestselling author Jennifer Probst's Steele Brothers erotic romance series and is the new edition of a March 2012 release with the same title. Rome Steele likes a challenge and he finds it in his FANTA-C date, Sloane Keller. She likes to do things her way, inside or outside of the bedroom, but that doesn't fly with Rome and when he makes it clear that she can't dictate what happens during their date, Sloane realizes that maybe the card dealer is exactly what she needs. This was a quick read with lots of hot scenes, and while these were geared toward BDSM, it wasn't about lots of pain and punishment but about Rome giving Sloane the kind of pleasure she's never experienced before. There was a lighthearted feel to Play Me and Rome and Sloane kept things fun, flirty, but always very hot. Four stars. ♥

Date Read: 19 November 2015

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