Playing For Keeps

Playing For Keeps

by Savanna Grey

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BN ID: 2940148962588
Publisher: Savanna Grey
Publication date: 12/06/2013
Series: The Morgans , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 134
File size: 362 KB

About the Author

Savanna Grey is the author of Coming Home and Playing For Keeps. Falling in the contemporary romance genre, her stories relate to real-life situations with the best imaginary friends you could ever have, according to author. Her passion for writing developed due to her love of reading. She looks forward to sharing her upcoming novels and hopes that you enjoy reading them as much as she does writing them. Savanna lives in North Carolina with her husband, four children, a spoiled dog and grumpy cat. When she is not writing, she is spending time at the river enjoying her family and friends.

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Playing For Keeps 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
PeniA More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this novella about the Morgan family. It was helpful to read Drue's story first as it introduces all the characters and really sets this story up. Although not necessary as this story can and does stand on its own. Overall I believe the characters grew up a little even though it has only been a year. Drue was always the more serious and down to earth but Kevin seems a bit more settled and decisive. I was disappointed that Drue didn't give Kevin more payback (no who's being childish :) as I felt he really deserved it. The story had nice flow and as it was the holiday season there was the typical family events interwoven. I found the timing a bit off. Who takes on 50 people to provide for Christmas let a lone getting the shopping done in less than a day? Over the top much? Otherwise the story was fairly plausible. I recommend this novella to anyone 14+ due to adult content.
chrissycf30 More than 1 year ago
Wow! I didn't think I could love Kevin as much as Drue from Coming Home but I was wrong! Kevin and Katy have been friends for a while now but now that they are in close proximity to each other for the next few weeks can they fight that attraction or will they give in? Let's tell you... I absolutely loved this story of Kevin and Katy. It was sweet, had some ups and downs with the two of them, and some funny parts too! I really enjoyed this story and both of the Morgan brothers. Even though this is book 2 you can read it as a stand alone. I am happy we got to see what was going on now with Tori and Drue and wish we could get more of all of these characters. I loved this book and encourage all of you to pick it up for a sweet read during the holidays, or well whenever. This one should not be overlooked
EndlessReading More than 1 year ago
Well, this certainly was a turn up for the books! I want to thank the author for providing me with an ARC copy of this book to read and review for this blog tour :) THANK YOU <3 I thought I loved Kevin in "Coming Home" Oh hell no, this guy came into my life and BAM, he's stuck there ;), not that I'm complaining, he can stay there for as long as he bloody well pleases! This is the second instalment in the "Morgan Brothers" series, although it can be read as a stand alone. Another fun, romance filled with laughter, Christmas joy and ohhh we can't forget a bit of sadness, pain and damn right STUPIDNESS! I will say be prepared at ONE point in this book to have your tissues at the ready. Seriously I DID NOT see that coming and it broke my heart, thinking of what they were all going through
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To say that I loved this book would be an understatement. Both this and Coming Home were two of the best, sweetest romances that I've ever read. Before I get into the actual storyline, I just want to comment on Savanna's writing style. Her characters are amazing - you honestly feel like they become true friends of yours while you're reading. The dialogue is phenomenal. It's as if you can hear them talking in your head. It's mainstream today to have books filled with scorching passion and sex, sometimes, having the main characters get together with little or no build-up, they just act on passion. Savanna's books are different. You come to love the characters and fall in love with them just as they fall in love with one another. The heart stopping touches between the characters make you feel the butterflies in your stomach, as if it were happening to you. Okay - onto Playing for Keeps. First off, if you haven't read Coming Home, I recommend you do so before reading Playing For Keeps. While technically, Playing for Keeps can be a standalone book, reading Coming Home will give you even more satisfaction as both Tori and Drue continue their story as Kevin and Katy find theirs. Kevin and Katy have known one another for a little while, having met through their mutual best friend, Tori. Their attraction started early on but circumstances never really allowed them to act on anything. That is until Katy moves into Kevin's family's guest house to be near Tori during her pregnancy and help edit her book. Their playful banter soon turns into more as they both realize that there is no reason not to explore what they are both feeling, it's too hard to ignore. Without giving away any spoilers, let me tell you, the Christmas tree scene left me breathless. The passion and just overall sweetness of it all was just amazing. As with any romance, there are ups and downs. Will they be able to make it work when they live 4 hours apart? Will Kevin commit? Will Tori be okay with their romance? Questions are answered and I promise, you will love them! If you're looking for a classic romance, full of love and heart stopping moments, this is the book for you. It was such a wonderful break from the more erotic style stories. I miss books like this!