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Book review: Playing a Player by Ivy Smoak (@IvySmoakAuthor)

Three times a bridesmaid, never a bride. That was how the old saying went. But Keira hadn’t been a bridesmaid just three times. All her friends had entered an exciting new chapter in her life, and she had been left behind, desperately seeking another roommate as her last one tied the knot. When Rory arrived at her door she wasn’t what Kiera expected at all, mainly because she wasn’t a she. This godly Adonis was all male, but unfortunately he was all playboy too, and Kiera had fallen for his charms the moment their eyes had met. Determined to win him over she tries to play him at his own game, but when every past relationship has left her feeling she has nothing to offer, can she really offer a playboy enough to get him to change his way?

Playing a Player is an amazing romcom written by Ivy Smoak. I first read this book last year, and it is one of those reads that stays with you. I don’t remember the last time I laughed, cringed, and grinned at a book this muck. The chemistry is Smoaking hot (yes I went there) A common trait in all Ivy’s books is you fall in love with the characters and become so invested in the plot that its hard to tear yourself away, the Sweet Cravings series is no different. You’re gathered in a whirlwind of excitement and emotion that leaves you hungry for more. Sexy, fun, and engaging, this book has everything to offer from mischievous hunks to heart wrenching moments. I rarely reread books, but I’m currently finishing my second round of all of Ivy Smoak’s books. If you haven’t picked up on of her books yet, don’t wait any longer.

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