Monday, June 23, 2014

~Review: Midnight Games by Lisa Marie Perry~

Love evens the score 

As general manager of the Las Vegas Slayers, Danica Blue goes toe-to-toe with players whose size is matched only by their egos. Quarterback Dex Harper is the biggest and toughest of them all, with a hell-raiser reputation that he insists he doesn't deserve. And Danica, the good daughter who's always played by the rules, is suddenly tempted to break every last one. 

Football is the only thing Dex has ever been able to count on. To save his career he needs Danica's PR savvy, and he's happy to help her discover her inner bad girl in return. But glimpsing the real woman behind that sexy, flawless facade is making him realize how much is at stake. Because getting back on the team could mean losing Danica, unless he's willing to risk it all—and play for keeps….

Overall Rating:  4 Rockin’ ★★★

Midnight Play is the second book in The Blue Dynasty series by Lisa Marie Perry.  I love sports romance especially football and this story lived up to my expectations over and over again!  The two main characters Danica Blue and Dex Harper are very different.  He lives to play and she lives to promote the team.  As general manager of the Las Vegas Slayers, Danica fires Dex as the quarterback for his wayward ways.  He wants his job back.  This is where their journey of friendship and eventually love begins.

This author delivers a well written story and I truly enjoyed every bit of it.  The two characters are well developed and their sexual chemistry is off the charts!  I enjoyed reading Danica's battle with herself and her overbearing parents while her purpose and direction might have shifted; she remained focused on her ultimate goals.  Dex is the partying playboy that you watch as she reforms his public persona.  I highly recommend this book and the author.

Hero:  3.75 stars
Heroine:  3.75 stars
Plot:  3.75 stars
Steam Level: 3.5 stars
Cliffhanger:  No

***Received an ARC of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review***

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