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Sunday, December 1

Review: Play It Safe by Kristen Ashley

Title: Play It Safe
By: Kristen Ashley
My Copy:
BookWhisperer's Review: 

No connections. Play it safe. These were the rules Ivey lived her life by.

Until she hit Mustang, Colorado, a perfectly imperfect town where the citizens were welcoming and one of them included the tall, beautiful, macho man rancher cowboy, Grayson Cody.

On the run for a decade, Ivey knew she was supposed to play it safe. But she was tired of being on the run. She wanted a normal. She wanted real. She wanted a home.

And she wanted Grayson Cody.

And Grayson Cody wanted Ivey.

No one who looked at them couldn’t see they belonged together. There was one man in this world for Ivey and one woman in this world for Grayson Cody.

So they fell in love.

But just as quickly as they fell together, they were betrayed and torn apart. Separated for years, Ivey was certain her life would not include her rancher cowboy. Until the town of Mustang reached out to her when Gray was in trouble. Even though she thought he broke her heart, she charged in to help. Then Gray and Ivey discovered they were betrayed and, not only that, Gray had an enemy who would stop at nothing to defeat him.

I seriously can’t even tell you why I write reviews on Kristen Ashley’s books; they are all brilliant, they are all fantastic, and I love each and every one of them.  It is just a given any more that everything that flows out of her mind will always be loved by me.

I don’t know that I have ever fallen in love with EVERY character an author has written about like I do with KA.  It is unbelievable how clever she is and how wonderful she writes.

Play It Safe was no different.  I loved both Ivey and Gray, I loved the side characters (this does not include the ones that we are meant to hate,) and I loved how easy it was for Ivey and Gray to fall for each other and then in seconds, it was torn apart….gets me every time.  My favorite part was watching them fight for love, their love for each other, which meant the world to them but kept getting severed by the bad guys, assumptions, and miscommunication.

And like I always say after reading a KA story, Gray was super alpha male that rocked this story more than once. 

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