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Play Me by [McCoy, Katie]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3979 KB
  • Print Length: 233 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Katie McCoy (25 Jan. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01B3G5X8I
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,988 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After having finished Play Me by Katie McCoy, I realised three things. One, I will never take canned soup for granted again in this lifetime or the next. Two, I wish I had kept up my piano lessons even after having mastered the Twilight theme tune and three, Katie McCoy is the reigning queen of the subtle heart wrench; and by that, I simply mean that she lures you in slowly, garnering your focus to the big things that are right in front of your eyes, it's all smooth, light and the characters are in their own little self contained bubble and it is only when you are a couple of chapters in that you begin to realise that maybe things are not as serene and uncomplicated as they first appear, that there are more important issues dwelling on the peripheral of the story.
Ella, is our significant heroine, a brilliant musician that for the first time in her life is striving towards independence, away from her ex and her equally creative and kooky family and towards a peace of mind where she can overcome her stage performance anxieties. When she comes across her exhausted and unkempt but hella sexy neighbour, they both create a lot of friction and negativity in one another. But it's through each others learned understanding, passions, music, food and friendship, that these two begin a beautiful and romantic journey that manages to encompass every emotion known to man. Ella's fun, flirty and down right naughty nature is brought to the surface as Jake aids her in the realisation that she is a desirable and sexual woman.
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Ella and Jake are both driven, both passionate and both dedicated to succeeding. The only difference is for one its all about classical piano and for the other it's about food. For Ella, Jake is a distraction she says she doesn't want but maybe he is what she needs and for Jake Ella is the beautiful girl he had no idea her happiness would end up meaning so much. Music, food, drama, laughter and love collide to create a brilliant contemporary romance.

“Have I ever told you about my fantasy about f***ing you on top of a piano?” I arched an eyebrow at him. “Who do you think you are, Christian Gray? What’s next? The red room of pain?”

Ella was a beautiful person inside and out. She was so dedicated to her music despite outside forces telling her it wasn't the way to go and even though she worried every day she might not reach her dream she never truly gave up; which just proved her strength and resilience.

"She was a mess of contradictions I was more than eager to explore. As long as I could explore the rest of her as well.'

Jake was a the talent, fun, and loveable chef. He was the light heartedness Ella desperately needed in her life to show her you can have fun, laughter and love in your life as well as a passion. He was such a swoon worth hero and proved to Ella just how worthy, beautiful and sexy she was by how he treated her.

"Those big, big eyes had caught mine and there had been a bit of a jolt. Enough that it took half a block for me to realize my heart was racing."

This was one of those romances where you go away feeling completely satisfied, having got everything you wanted from the book.
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Classical music is all Ella has ever known, to her very core it is everything that she has ever wanted but she can’t shake the demons that plague her mind and leave her feeling that she is chasing a dream that will never be within her reach.
Setting out with one goal in mind, Ella find her own place and makes the decision that she is going big, she is all in so to speak, her target is the most high profile competition out there, and what will she achieve, well she can silence her doubting family and finally be able to rid the doubts that her ass of an ex planted in her brain…not good enough – she’ll show them!
But living on her own wasn’t all it was cracked up to be, she had a fly in her plans…a neighbour that really took exception to her playing her piano while he was trying to get some sleep. So what could have become a war of attrition quickly became so much more as they both began to battle more than their individual desires.
Jake is the distraction that Ella doesn’t need but he is one that she cannot keep at arm’s length and I don’t blame her! I would have closed the lid on that piano in a heartbeat if he was my distraction.
The book was a sweet read, it was romantic when it needed to be but it had more going for it than just that neighbours to lover’s vibe. It had drama that I didn’t expect and boy was it funny.
I really enjoyed this
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received a copy of Play Me by Katie McCoy in exchange for an honest review.
Play with me is a fantastic contemporary romance. It has the perfect blend of Romance,Comedy and Drama.
Ella our heroine has the most sensational transformation throughout the book and I love how she became more confident in her music and herself. However, what was wonderful to read was how our amazing Hero the hot chef next door, Jake, liked her and found her attractive regardless of what she wore. Play Me focusses on Loving yourself and knowing that the person you are with should love the real you.
Kate McCoy's writing was a pleasure to read. Her words felt effortless and I had finished the entire book before i realised. Once I began this beautiful journey there was no stopping me, this really is a must read and a definite holiday read.
The sprinkle of comedy spread throughout the book really does life your spirits and any scene with Ella's family will leave you wanting more.
I would most certainly recommend Play Me to all anyone looking for a great romantic escape.
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