romance review, Young Adult

Play With Me by Anna Katmore

Play with me


What if you had to do the one thing you hated most to get the guy you loved to notice you?

Ryan Hunter’s parties are legend. And tonight she’s going to be there.

Lisa Matthews anticipates the return of her best friend and only love since kindergarten from soccer camp. But when Tony finally shows up, his mind is more focused on another girl. And worse, she’s a soccer player. Fighting for the attention Lisa craves, she’s just a hairbreadth away from making a very stupid decision. But when extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures, she’s prepared to play ball to get her man.

The tryouts are hell, the first match ends bloody, and the morning after the selection party she wakes up in the worst place possible—in the arms of the captain of the soccer team. The hottest guy in school… Ryan Hunter.


play with me

I have SO big smile on my face. I can’t stop smiling even after the book is over. No, seriously.

It was SOOO romantic, amusing, sweet, enchanting, amazing, drama free. I know that’s a lot of adjectives but I can’t help it. I loved it. It was a 6 stars book for me.

To be honest Anna Katmore is one of my all time favorite authors. I read and re-read her books so many times that I’ve even lost count.

Okay, let me just come out of amaze.


Now, The story is about Liza Mathews and Ryan Hunter.

Liza is sweet, next door girl. She has a best friend who she loves(or so she thinks) since childhood, Tony- a soccer player who lives next door.

Then there is Ryan, soccer team captain the definition of tall, dark and handsome.

After Tony returns from soccer camp his focus is diverted to a new girl, Chloe. On the spur of the moment she decides to join the soccer team. Ryan offers to help train her and there moments together are no short of delight and swoon worthy.

He kicked.
This time I stepped to the side and let the ball zoom past me. Disbelief marred his face as he came toward me.“You said no hands. Want me to catch it with my teeth or what?”

He laughed. “I strongly suggest you don’t do that.”

  •  Pages: 238
  • Published December 8th 2013

So if you love Young Adult Romance with no high school drama then start this RIGHT NOW. Let me know if you enjoyed it.






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