Playing for Keeps (Kimani Romance Series #80)

Playing for Keeps (Kimani Romance Series #80)

by Yahrah St. John
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Playing for Keeps (Kimani Romance Series #80) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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158 pages for $5.99. Hmmmmm
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This is the first installment to Ms. St. John's 'Orphan Series.' This book was a page-turner from beginning to end. The first orphan, is Quentin Davis, a famous photojournalist, who lives life on the edge and isn't afraid to try new and different things. Then we have, Ms. Avery Roberts, who has done quite well for herself as a commercial art buyer. And although Avery is quite beautiful, she is a COMPLETE control-freak and she wears her professionalism like a 'suit of armor'. When the two first meet Avery is very cold towards Quentin, which earns her the nickname of the 'Ice Princess.' And even though Avery finds Quentin very handsome, she assumes he's just a bum off the street and treats him as such. Quentin's friends bet him $50 he can't melt Avery's icy heart.~~~~~~~I love the way Quentin takes charge and 'forces' Avery to loosen up and literally let her hair down. Quentin Davis' character is quite memorable. He is portrayed as a very perceptive, passionate, and sexy young man. Although the attraction between Quentin and Avery isn't instantaneous, there are still some underlying sparks, and once Avery learns to let go and just enjoy, the desire and heat between them CANNOT be contained.~~~~~~~But will Quentin and Avery allow their personal baggage to ruin the best thing that's ever happened to them?!!! Or will they finally realize that despite their differences, they TOTALLY compliment each other! And bring out the best in one another, intellectually, emotionally and physically?!!! This is only the second novel I've read by Ms. St. John's, and I must admit I enjoy her writing style. I found this to be a very entertaining read and I look forward to the upcoming novels about Sage, Dante and Malik.