Cover Design: Hang Le
Release Date: April 23, 2017
I witnessed a murder and became his hostage.
Held captive beneath the deck of a shipping container…. I realise to save my life I need to become valuable.
My body is my only weapon.
His pleasure to my pain.
28 days is a long time to Play Along with his perverted demands.
He thinks I enjoy them.
It disgusts me that I secretly do.
I hate him.
I crave him.
But my mind is stronger than my body and this time he picked the wrong girl to mess with.
When the player becomes the played, escape will be my reality.
Wow well how to begin I just finished reading the book it is 1:04 am eastern standard time. Took me about four hours to get through the book without stopping yes ladies it was that freaking good. I’m surprise by this author since I have read all of her books she truly is versatile within her writing style. If you have read from TL Swan you know that she has different books like the Stanton Series, Find Me Alastar and now Play Along which all are different in their own way. After reading this I now know that she can basically writing in any genre if wanted and blow it out the park.
This story line was quite unique I had read the first two chapter in her Facebook group so I had a inkling idea of how it was going to start. I thought this was going to be a dark intense read. I was wrong about one thing It was not dark, but it was intense it keeps you at the edge of your seat throughout the whole book. The Characters are so complex that they have you thinking if you will ever know who they really are. What I loved is how interlaced they are with one another after it messy, complicated, thrilling, but hey thats they way a forever love is suppose to feel like am I right?
I would defiantly recommend this book to anyone who love a good Romance thriller, because this is what this really is. I could say more, But I don’t want to give an spoilers just go read it you won’t regret it will leaving you reeling, but content at the end.
ARC was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
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Labels: 2017, April, Review