Book Reviews, Contemporary Romance, Year of Reviews - 2020

Review – Play You by Tracy Lorraine

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Play You; Rebel Ink #4 
(A standalone within a series)

by: Tracy Lorraine

Review Rating:



The men of Rebel Ink get more delicious with each book. Dawson and Piper sizzle and steam up the pages of Play You and I was hooked from page one!

Dawson is a dreamy single dad, the ultimate DILF. He’s rough when you want him to be and a big ol’ softy at the exact right moments. Dawson is absolutely perfect. His daughter, Emmie is full of fire and sarcasm, but is actually a very good daughter – especially for a teenage girl. The relationship he has with her really melted my heart and I’m excited to see what happens in her life going forward.

It was because of Emmie that Dawson ran into his old teenage love, Piper. A girl, now woman, he thought was long dead. He witnessed the house she lived in burn to the ground and it’s not like Piper was seen or heard from for seventeen years, until Dawson goes to enroll his daughter, Emmie, into a prestigious school. Piper works at the school and she instantly knows her time of running and hiding has run out.

This story revolves around hurt and betrayal, but it also is about two people who discover that a love like theirs is rare and might deserve a second chance, if only Dawson wasn’t linked to his family which is still looking to finish what they started seventeen years ago.

Can they survive a second time around or will her betrayal finally catch up to her?


I hated to play her…

But she left me no choice with her betrayal.

Star-crossed lovers doesn’t even begin to describe what happened seventeen years ago when I fell for the one girl I shouldn’t have.

The forbidden. Our Rival. My enemy.

Piper Collins.

She was perfect, despite her family name. Too good to be true… too bad she was a snitch.

Planted to infiltrate our club. I guess ripping my heart out was just a bonus.

And when the truth was discovered, her and her family were dealt with in the only was my father knew.

I buried my feelings, knowing I’d never see her again.

But as I try to set my daughter on a new path, I walk straight into my past, and find myself face to face with Piper.

And when I did, it all came roaring back. The love, the hate.

She played me, and it was time for my pay back.

Because now, I have a game and she’s the perfect pawn.

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