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Wednesday, June 27, 2012
NEW REVIEW: Regina Hart - Smooth Play
Regina Hart - Smooth Play - Available Now! - 4 out of 5 books -
are in the news again! This time it is PR exec Troy Marshall and the Monarchs' favorite neighborhood reporter, Andrea Benson. The Monarchs have made it to the playoffs and co-owner, Gerald Bimm, is
still trying to ruin the team. Andrea stopped Gerald once and may have to do it
again with or without Troy's help. Troy is so determined to keep the Monarchs
from getting any negative publicity that he may cause them more harm than any
reporter ever could. In the midst of all the stories and rumors going around,
Troy and Andrea learn a lot about each other. They discover that the attraction
that they have been fighting for the past few years is something for them to
pursue. That is, if Troy doesn't let his past keep him from a future with
Smooth Play was
another unique read by Regina Hart. The main character was a strong female in a male dominated
profession. Once again, Hart made Andrea the main heroine, and she is strong and
independent without being domineering. It was also a refreshing twist where the
hero was the one that had to "fix" his past and the heroine walked
away. Hart has a way of giving the women
in her books strength without losing their femininity. Good read!