Review: Play Me Hot – Tracy Wolff

Posted 18 November, 2014 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 2 Comments

*I received a free copy of Play Me Hot from Loveswept via Netgalley. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *

Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Review: Play Me Hot – Tracy WolffPlay Me Hot by Tracy Wolff
Series: Play Me #2
Published by Loveswept on 2 December 2014
Genres: Adult, BDSM, Contemporary, Erotica
Pages: 55
Format: eARC
Source: Netgalley
4 Stars

If getting tangled up with her new boss is wrong, Aria doesn’t want to be right. Powerful men usually have a way of thinking they can take whatever they want while giving nothing back, but Sebastian is different. He’s gentle with her body. Rough in all the right places. And hot enough to make Aria break every last rule she’s set for herself. But with her history, it’ll take more than mind-blowing sex to heal the pain deep inside . . . no matter how good Sebastian’s intentions are. She’s spent her entire life fighting for control of her own life, and no one’s going to take that from her. But the more time she spends in Sebastian’s world, the deeper she’s drawn into his sensual games.

Play Me Hot is definitely hot! It also shows a side to both Aria and Sebastian that was different from Play Me Wild.

My Play Me Hot review:

Sebastian has quickly become a little obsessed with Aria, even if he had promised himself that he would take things slow. Play Me Hot starts wit some very hot sex in his office, and he helps her experience something she’s never even dreamed of before. She always knew she would enjoy someone else taking completely charge, maybe even hurting her a little in the process. However, Sebastian’s control is so strong he manages to push her a lot farther much faster than he had anticipated.

He hadn’t quite anticipated just how far he could bring her, though, and suddenly all his thoughts of control are gone – he is furious with himself for not realizing earlier that a submissive like Aria could very well almost lose herself while giving him her everything. Play Me Hot shows that even in a relationship where things are new, the couple can go very far.

I did feel a little uncomfortable with how Sebastian who was used to this lifestyle didn’t fully comprehend that Aria felt completely lost after they marathon encounter in his office, though, even if I can see that it was necessary for the readers to fully understand both Aria and Sebastian.

Some of my favorite Play Me Hot quotes:

And still it’s not enough. Aria’s pleasure is a song and I want to hear every note.

Trying my damnedest not to claim every part of her as instincts I didn’t know I had are screaming for me to do.

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2 responses to “Review: Play Me Hot – Tracy Wolff

  1. I can see where something like this could happen in a relationship of this sort, Lexxie. I’m sure it was necessary to further the story, but it’d probably make me a little uncomfortable as well. I’m glad you’re enjoying this series though. I look forward to reading it…someday. *sigh*

    I hope you’re having a terrific day!! Today is Berk’s birthday. Good grief by they grow up too quickly! **BIG HUGS**

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