Play with me (With me in Seattle #3) by Kristen Proby


‘Tell me.’ He insists. ‘Tell you what?’ I whisper. He grins and whispers back, ‘What I did to piss you off, Meg.’ ‘I’ve repeatedly sent messages to your PR people for the past two years asking for you and your team to come up and see my kids. Every request has been shot down, saying that you’re not interested.’ He frowns and slightly shakes his head. ‘I’ve never received anything from PR about going to Children’s.’ ‘Right,’ I respond sarcastically and try to pull back so I can’t smell his musky scent. It’s doing things to me. I want to lick his neck.

Meg is a rocker chick turned nurse in the cancer wing of the children’s hospital.

Will is Will Montgomery, the quarterback for the Seahawks (football… he’s fictional, the team’s real)

Natalie giggles at me. ‘Meg you’re funny. I’m glad you’re hanging out with us again.’

‘Dude, you got her?’ Caleb asks.

‘Yeah, I got her,’ Will confirms.

‘Who you got?’ I ask.

‘You, drunk girl. Come on.’ He turns to lead me toward the exit, and I start to follow him, but for some reason my feet don’t work very well.

‘Um, Will?’


‘I lost my feet.’

‘What?’ he laughs and pinches the bridge of his nose.

‘I can’t find my feet.’

Why is everyone laughing at me? This is serious!

Instant attraction, Sassy smart-mouths, secrets, groupies, and a crazy mother… What more does a good book need?

I give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars. My favorite character was actually a minor one, Nick, one of Meg’s kids in oncology. He just left a big impression on me even though he wasn’t even really in the book (you’d like him too). Anyway I like Meg for her strength, her strength was different from Jules (Fight with me). She had an inner strength and even though there were times when she was knocked down she always got back up. I liked Will in that he never pushed for what she wasn’t ready for and he always respected her and let her know it. They also had a magnetic attraction 😉 . And as always if you read the other books before this one everyone is in it and their lives are also continuing… so, you don’t have to say goodbye. As with the other books in this series, this book can be read as a standalone but it’s way better when you read them in order!

My Reviews on the other books in the series!

Come Away with me

Fight with me





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