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Reviewed by Rosie Malezer for Readers' Favorite
Play Me is the second book in the Love on Tour series written by Kay Harris. Superstar rocker, Hank Tolk, can have any woman he wants. As lead singer of the music group Bantham, Hank revels in the fact that women tend to throw themselves at him constantly. But as he takes his best friend, Sean Rush, and Sean's new bride, Baby, into his confidence, the newlyweds are shocked to discover that Hank’s lost his mojo; sex is no longer exciting like it used to be for the rocker and he cannot understand why. Sean suggests that Hank seek out his future wife, while Baby suggests celibacy for the entire duration of Sean and Hank’s upcoming tour. With Hank having kicked a drinking problem he’d had long ago, he feels so confident that he can abstain from sex for two months that he puts his beloved sports car on the line; if he gives in to temptation, Baby can have the car of her dreams as bounty for winning the wager. The problem: Baby’s best friend, Bell, has joined the tour bus and Hank finds himself falling in love with her. Bell doesn’t help matters when she constantly throws herself at him, begging him to make love to her. With both his car and his pride on the line, Hank has to make one of the biggest decisions of his life – one which he may live to regret.
Once again, Kay Harris has presented a wonderfully hilarious romance which has hit a home run. Sean and Hank’s friendship shines through brilliantly in Play Me, and I found myself, on many occasions, laughing out loud at the pair’s antics, while smiling affectionately at the sisterly love he has for Baby, and his many attempts to keep Bell from taking his two-month-long chastity from him. After having given up the bottle for such a long time, Hank is determined to prove that his willpower is as tough as steel, while maintaining his assertiveness in keeping his nearest and dearest safe, both physically and emotionally. Seeing him handle the unexpected visitor in Sean’s green room is a perfect example of how deeply he cares for his friends, but it also gets him into more trouble than he bargains for. From start to finish, Play Me had me hooked and I cannot wait until the next book in the Love on Tour series is available, as I can’t get enough of this delightful trio and their entourage. I recommend Play Me to all lovers of comedy, drama, realism and adventure, all wrapped up in the perfect romantic tale.