Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Review - Fair Play by Dakota Madison (Matchplay #2)

Fair Play (Matchplay #2) by Dakota Madison

My Rating, Summary and Review

Fair Play is book #2 in the Matchplay series and picks up right where Matchplay ends. Aaron Donovan has just asked Rainey Dey to marry him and she's accepted much to the dismay of Keira Whitley. How dare he fall in love with someone other than Keira, much less someone who is in a lower social circle and whose family is in a much lower income bracket. Keira's and Aaron's mothers have been planning for years that their children would fall in love, get married and bring even more wealth into their already wealthy lives. 

Keira is ready to do anything it takes to get Aaron away from Rainey, just so she can have him for herself. 

I really liked Matchplay because I loved watching Aaron and Rainey's relationship develop amid the obstacles that were tossed their way and snooty booty Keira was not my favorite secondary character at all, so I will admit I was a little hesitant about going on with her story. But I wanted to give it a chance and I'm glad I did. 

I won't go as far to say that Keira is someone that I'd want to invite to my house for dinner or hang out with, but I did enjoy her story. It was nice to watch Evan bring her down a bit from the high horse she came riding in on, and it was very great to see Rainey not back down and let Keira know that she was not going to win the battle over Aaron. 

Evan who I'm surprised to say whose character was redeemed for me here as well, deserves a medal for seeing something in Keira before anyone else did and for chipping away at her heart until she realized what she could have was right in front of her. And I loved her surprising friendship with Roxie. 

The Matchplay series continues with Book #3, Final Play which features the brother of Rainey's roommate Olivia. 

I received a complimentary copy of Fair Play in exchange for an honest review.

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