Play (Stage Dive) Paperback – 21 May 2015
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Rock and roll romance triumphs again in this perky sequel to Lick. Scott has a special skill for crafting humorous, genuine characters, with great rapport and sizzling chemistry in the bedroom . . . Another fun title in a great series. (Library Journal)
Pure rocker perfection in every single way . . . Play is a splendid marriage of romance and comedy, a possibly even better book than its stellar prequel, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes their love stories with a side of giggles. (Natasha Is a Book Junkie)
Kylie Scott is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors at combining funny with sexy, and I can't wait to read more from her. Play is a definite must-read book! (The Smut Books Club)
Sexy drummer Mal attempts a 'normal' relationship in Play, the second rock star romance novel in Kylie Scott's Stage Dive series.See all Product description
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After reading Lick, i have been waiting for a spare moment in my blog tour schedule to read this book, i let me say i was not disappointed. I loved Mal in the first book, and he had me laughing out loud with his playful ways, witty banter and his chats with Anne's pussy! this book made me laughed so hard.
I have got to say rock star books are one of my favs, but Kylie Scott has a way with her writing that makes them fresh and exciting.
Mal and Anne are not what you would call a normal couple. Mal is manic and unpredictable, but not in a nasty way you have just got to love him. He is like an over active child at times but he has a heart of gold. Anne is the dependable best friend, unbeknown to herself she is willing to be the door mat in her friendships, that is until Mal points it out. Anne an Mal are complete opposites, which is exactly why their interactions so entertaining but work so very well.
At some points of this book when he was hurting i wanted to hug Mal so hard, Kylie really makes you feel the emotion the characters are going through.
All the secondary characters are great throughout, and bring another layer to the story.
Mal and Anne's sexy sweet story swept me off my feet, and im in love with every band member, i literally cannot wait for the further band mates books, yes im a book whore i love to change my book boyfriends.
Yet another 5 sexy stars for Kylie Scott.
I consumed this book in one sitting and fell in love all over again with not just Mal, but Anne too. The relationship between Mal and Anne was witty, sexy and fun....who wouldn't want to go home one day and find your teenage heartthrob moved into your apartment??? The texting, "Anne we have to talk", the broken bed and Killer were some of my favourite bits....my kindle is literally a mass of highlights as I laughed and smirked my way through. There were a few moments of tension with Reece and real heart-string pull for both Mal and Anne when they have to confront and come to terms/acceptance of issues they are both carrying. But, there is a HEA *sigh* and it was also great to catch up with Dave & Ev and the other band members!
I adore this series and cannot wait for Jimmy's story in June - fab read...highly recommend!
Mal is a machine, both behind the drums and with the ladies – living by his own rules – the world is yet to come to terms with Mal – the other guys love him and the ladies definitely love him but there is something underneath it all that screams of wanting more. Wanting something he doesn’t have, wanting normal!!
Mal has a complete disregard for convention – he has no desire to bend his will to accommodate normal convention – until Anne. And even then she doesn’t stand a chance when trying to figure out exactly how he has managed to ensconce himself in her life so quickly and so fully.
One things she is sure of because he states it quite clearly – he is always honest and when Anne broaches the subject his response is just down right beautiful.. No matter their start – he has his forever.
“Mal, I can barely tell when you’re being serious as it is.” He rolled onto his hands and knees, then crawled over to me, eyes full of mischief. “If I’m talking to you, I’m serious.”
We were introduced to Anne in the first novel – she was the roommate of Eve. A studious hard working, normal singleton who can’t seem to catch a break despite being one of the good girls! Eager to please and always happy to help – Anne has always put everyone else first and while attending a party with her friends, Mal overhears he on the phone and makes his opinions clear. Not that she takes that very well but having been his biggest fan she is more than a little star struck.
I actually thought that Mal had a little ADHD the way he acts, he is sort of manic but he is controlled – and I don’t think we get a true reflection of him until later in the story.
Deciding that he is the man to help her with her problems – Mal takes the unusual step of moving himself into Anne’s apartment – without telling her first … surprisingly she didn’t go bat-s*** crazy and kick him out and so…..from there the story unfolded.
Starting out as a fake relationship (don’t they always) the two of them settle into a crazy sort of normal that just fits them beautifully. Mal and Anne are a conundrum that defies logic but on the other hand makes perfect sense. Anne falls hard but Mal fell long before her – Ahhhhhhh!!
“Life’s a Song, Anne. Let’s play”
The banter and rhetoric between not only Mal and Anne but the supporting characters in the book is just fabulous and there are too many stand out quotes to mention.
But by the end of the story it had me wishing that I could just spend a little longer inside the head and head of this delightfully deranged but ultimately divine man
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I didn't laugh all the way thru this book. I absolutely adore Mal.