Zuri Day -
Love In Play -
Available Now! -
5 out of 5 books -
Dominique is large-and-in-charge of her life and does not need a man to complicate things. So when she meets her son's new football coach, she can't understand the immediate attraction she has to him. Jake McDonald is an ex-NFL star who now coaches a middle school football team. He is trying to get his life back on track from the loss of his wife, his father, and the fact that the men in his family don't live past 60 due to heart disease that runs in his family. So when he comes in contact with this voluptuous, full-figured woman, he is totally thrown for a loop. She is not even his type. He usually goes for the petite, "willing to please" kind of woman, which is everything that Dominique is not. Dominique and Jake can't seem to get on the same page. When it seems as if they have finally decided to give their relationship a try, an unfortunate event causes Jake to pull back even though he is truly in love with Dominique. Hopefully that large-and-in-charge attitude of Dominique's can get back her man!
Love in Play was a great read by Zuri Day. Day did a wonderful job with character development since both Jake and Dominique were very relatable. They both remind you of some fun-loving, good-natured person you know or have known. The secondary characters are fun and help make the story more enjoyable. Day also does a fantastic job of keeping the story flowing without having moments of the story dragging out without anything eventful happening. I think Love In Play should be added to your TBR pile.
Reviewed by Tenecia for Urban Reviews
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Tuesday, January 17, 2012
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