Play Nice

Play Nice

by L.P. Maxa

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For Dash Conner, lead singer of The Devil’s Share, everything he wanted was his for the asking. Whiskey. Drugs. Money. Sex. But not Lexi Grant. For the first time since he picked up a guitar, a girl was actually demanding he woo her. For a chance with her, Dash would do that and more.

Lexi Grant was no groupie. Just because the biggest rock star in the world smiled at her didn’t mean she had to fall into bed with him—but it was going to be awfully hard to resist that impish smile and those tatted abs. Surely one night of fun wouldn’t hurt anyone.

Unless that night ends with a broken condom.

For Lexi and Dash, that’s just the beginning. Add an overly affectionate pit bull, a missing guitarist, a house full of sorority girls, a junkie ex-bandmate and an extreme aversion to Jäger, and it’s either a recipe for disaster or true love.

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BN ID: 2940152009927
Publisher: Boroughs Publishing Group
Publication date: 07/01/2015
Series: Devil's Share
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 273 KB

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Play Nice 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
What if the rock star you had the hots for reciprocated your feelings? A dream come true or a recipe for becoming another conquest for an over-the-top, living large, manwhore? Who knew becoming part of the entourage for a popular band could be the start of an instant mutual attraction that became love, earthy, comical and shared by the enter band? Kind of like having your family around, knowing every time you intimate and calling you out on it. Play Nice by L.P. Maxa is a fun read, often predictable, but filled with characters that can be totally endearing, a little quirky, a little nosey, but I suppose it’s kind of hard to keep secrets when traveling in a tour bus. Front man, Dash and photographer Lexi have chemistry, no denying it and with no overdone, in your face sexual encounters, L.P. Maxa gets her message across and isn’t afraid to add a dash of humor to the heat. Well-written, on the light side with a few twists, this is more like spending a few weeks with the band on the road, which was kind of fun! Clearly, the ending was the set up and great segue for the next book in the series as another bandmate gets bitten by the love bug! Looking to be entertained, with no great angst, and just want something light? Here you go! I received this copy from L.P. Maxa in exchange for my honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was given an advance readers copy in exchange for a honest review. Even though I received a free copy, I went to Barns and Noble and bought Play Nice to add to my ever growing Nook book collection. I do not typically buy books with adult content, like in Play Nice, not because I am a prude; because what I have tried to read in the past lacked a good story plot, witty dialog, yes a lot of naughty stuff...(yawn). Truth be told, I get bord real quick if my attention isn't capatured by the characters...even if the book has great sex chapters. Play Nice has all of what I enjoy in a book and more. I laughed out loud more than a few times and when I had to stop reading Play Nice, I found myself thinking about the characters and what would happen next, I even took more then my normal potty breaks while working to read a chaper during my time with the book. L.P. Maxa writes well. She gives hints throughout book 1, that there is much more to share about the band members, she goes well beyond the three main characters in Play Nice, yet she builds up those three characters very nicely within the story plot, well done. it a naughty book? Yep, it is, but L.P Maxa somehow makes *those parts* of the book feel natural and as a reader, excited for what is to come! :) I encourage you to buy this novel, it is a good read! I will be watching for book 2 of The Devil's Share and hope to write a review on that book as well, but I have a will only get better.