If there is one man on planet earth any girl should be warned about by the time she enters womanhood, it is Sebastián Farley-Mendoza. He is the blazing hot polo superstar who - at least evil tongues are saying so - holds the world record in bedding billionaire wives. His own wife and children must tag along meekly on his never ending circuit of high-class sport and high-clIf there is one man on planet earth any girl should be warned about by the time she enters womanhood, it is Sebastián Farley-Mendoza. He is the blazing hot polo superstar who - at least evil tongues are saying so - holds the world record in bedding billionaire wives. His own wife and children must tag along meekly on his never ending circuit of high-class sport and high-class seduction. Now, if you happen to be completely ignorant about the jet set and of a rather down-to-earth and introvert nature, like Dido Carpenter for example, you should stay well out of Sebastián's way. But Dido is safe, right? Dido is not very interested in love anyway and Dido would never fall for a man who is married or seventeen years older than she is. Never! Well, all we can say is: Good Luck, Dido... He Plays With Fire can be read as a stand-alone novel, but it is the third book of Dasha G. Logan's Jet Set Chronicles. SIZZLE FACTOR: Saucy chick lit (no ten page long in-and-outs, fireworks or chain-climacting pregnant virgins) LANGUAGE: Characters tend to be outspoken! Nothing truly disgusting, but expect the occasional four letter word and the rare mentioning of body fluids....
|Title||:||He Plays With Fire|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||198 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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He Plays With Fire Reviews
“You’re electric…It was you who brought on the thunderstorm, I knew it.”I really like this author. There’s something charming and old school about her writing style and her stories about rich older guys and sassy, capable younger women, with a splash of modern language! Dido leads a boring, safe, scholarly life with her scholarly parents. When her glamourous cousin, Jude, offers her a job as an equine physiotherapist with her billionaire husband’s polo team for the a few months, she jumps at the chance. Her cousin’s world is a whole other universe of minted folk, thoroughbred horses, and gorgeous polo players, including one Argentinian Adonis, Bas. In a case of mistaken identity, Dido ends up spending a wild and unforgettable night with Bas, and it isn’t until the next day that she realises her horrible mistake. Bas is in actual fact Sebastian - womaniser, cad and very married bad boy that she has no business being involved with.She resolves to stay away from him and tells him to stay away from her, but an unexpected invitation finds them both trapped in close proximity on a boat, and one jealous moment rips away the wall between them. Dido is unworldly and insecure but competent and passionate. She’s quite a strong character when it matters. Bas is trapped in a marriage of convenience and business, and tries to do the right thing by staying away from Dido. I loved his words.This story was humorous, fun, and sexy (NB the love scenes are not explicit).