Playing Her Body

Playing Her Body

by Juie Morgan


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ISBN-13: 9781544265032
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/16/2017
Pages: 92
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.19(d)

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Playing Her Body (Southern Roots series, #6) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Michelle-Schwartz More than 1 year ago
It was such a thrill to get another look inside of The Southern Roots series. I didn't realize just how much I missed these characters, until I dove into Playing Her Body. In this novella, we not only have the pleasure of Blaine marrying Penny, but we get a quick love story of the shy and introverted Jordan and the gorgeous extrovert, Natalie. Things progress a little quick for Jordan's taste, although Natalie and the boys of Deep Ember show him just how much he cares for this woman and should stop being a wuss and go after the girl. I must admit that I hoped it was longer, although it did give me a thrill to see even Bobby Ray make a small appearance. If you have missed the Southern Roots crew, pick up a copy of Playing Her Body. You will pick up right where you left off, without missing a beat. Excellent job Julie Morgan...please tell me we will get a bit more soon? Maybe a Chuck and Desire' extravaganza?
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA More than 1 year ago
This standalone short features characters we’ve met in the Southern Roots series but can be read solo with no issues. Though Jordan is the keyboard player for the band Deep Ember he is really very shy and has no problems with the others taking the spotlight. Unfortunately that doesn’t help him when he sees a gorgeous redhead across the bar while attending Blaine’s bachelor party. Encouraged by a few drinks and Blaine egging him on Jordan goes up to meet her and is instantly entranced. What was meant to be a one night stand could be so much more. If only Jordan wasn’t such a guy. Playing Her Body is a fun, sweet read. I loved Natalie. She is smart, silly and patient. I felt for Jordan. He has to put it out there every time he goes on stage; to see that big stars are just like normal guys in that they too have trouble finding the words when needed was refreshing. I thoroughly enjoyed this story and you will too.