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Playing with Fire by [Ryan, Lexi]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2466 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1940832985
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0108Y8N06
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #112,913 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I've got a lot of catching up to do..!!
I've not read anything by Lexi Ryan since October 2014 and that was the brilliant (Complete Here and now Series) I decided to look her up and realised I've missed out on so much, I'm now on a mission.
Last month I read Spinning Out and left a glowing review, I've just finished Playing with Fire and again blown away by Lexi Ryan's story telling.
Lexi Ryan doesn't do simple, you are put to the test in more ways than one and again with Max and Nix this was definitely the case.
I spent a lot of time trying to fathom out who and where did Kent and Patrick fit into Nix's life, honestly talk about being teased and then you have Max and then Cade oh my goodness you need patience of a Saint.
I've not read everything by this author but what I have I'm quickly realising a pattern, I might be wrong but there is always either a love triangle or more than one guy after the girl and I have to say I've never been disappointed, there's always so many different levels to the story you are kept totally captivated and along with all the brilliant characters good or bad it's absolutly riveting.
We are put through it that's for sure, the wonderful Max who I loved from Here and Now Series is everything you could wish for and his patience paid off, it all came together beautifully... Max. Nix and Claire... Yes..!!
I've also realised that I should have read (Splintered Hearts Trilogy) I know it's a bit out of sync but I've now got it on my kindle along with Cade's story Holding Her Close.
I'm totally on a Lexi Ryan fest and absolutely loving it..!!
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Another brilliant tale from the New Hope folks. Lexi Ryan has a very easy writing style that draws you into the book, so you almost feel your part of the story.
This book is Max and Phoenix story, if you’ve read the other New Hope books you will already know these two, but you can still fully enjoy the book without reading the other.(But you really should read them as they are awesome.)
I will confess now that Max has always been one of my favourite characters, he a super nice guy, but still HOT as hell, what’s not to like. Max has had his share of Heartache and crappy stuff happen to him, so I was super happy when he got his own book.
It’s hard to revue this book without giving too much away but here goes:
Phoenix (Nix) & Max are part of the same crowd and Nix is on Max’s radar, then one good deed visit leads to a hot and passionate episode that changes everything.
Max wants more but Nix has a secret from her past that she does intend to share and leaves her unwilling to make a commitment to anyone.
As the story evolves we learn more about Nix’s past and there are a few twist and turns in the story you don’t see coming, can’t tell you much more but you will love how the story unfolds and find out if Nix lets Max be her hero. I loved every part of the story and was sad when it finished
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Wow! What a fabulous read! Intrigue and suspense, this book had me unable to put it down. And tears - Lexi Ryan always seems to draw you in so well that you can't help but empathise with the characters, feel their angst, and their happiness.

Nix we know is a doctor from previous books set in New Hope - but we didn't know much about her past - she's private and guarded, and not even her girl friends know. And my goodness, what a past! Max is ever the knight in shining armor, the caring father. A wonderful plot and storyline!

I have loved all the books set in New Hope, and highly recommend them. In fact I want to move there, and make friends with the characters!
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keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. the idea of communes scare me, the control they demand and how hard it is to escape them. fire is another fear, so altogether im glad there was some love in this or id be having nightmares. lexi really got to the grit in this story and brought it to life, I just had to keep reading till I finished and knew all was ok.
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Wow I loved this book the story was long but very interesting, it had me guessing who was the person who was behind all that was happening to Phoenix, but a lovely and great story, you are a great writer
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Playing with Fire, Lexi Ryan
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Romance,
Back when I first got a kindle I was browsing the free reads, ( I still do, have been pulled into many series by a free first book!) and Lexi’s Unbreak Me was there – it was a book I loved. Since then I’ve gone on to read all three of the Here and Now trilogy, though not the rest of Splintered Hearts. Like this one, some of the books are stand alone novels but all feature characters we’ve met previously in the town of New Hope. They really are a close bunch even after the confusing mixed romances they have....I like too that they are older, in their late twenties, early thirties,not teens, early twenties. Sometimes older leads work better, they’ve had time to build up a background, have more experiences, that make for better, more realistic romances. This time its the wonderful Max as a main lead, who was part of the Hanna, Nate, Max triangle. Poor man seems doomed, it seems as if he’s been through most of the New Hope Ladies and yet not found true love with any of them. He’s got a daughter by the duplicitous Meredith, and though she’s a real B itch he seems to see the good in everyone, and finally she does seem to realise she needs to improve and is trying to be a decent mother to little Rosie who lives with Max.
Phoenix ( Nix) has recently moved to the area and works as a doctor at the local hospital. She’s clearly got a harsh background that’s affected her badly. She’s full of secrets and it seems they are following here. She doesn’t trust anyone, and though she’s really attracted to Max is scared of developing feelings for him given how her last relationship ended. She’s full of fear, full of guilt and scared but has no one to turn to.
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