Title: Play Me
Author: Katie McCoy
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: January 27, 2016
1 Chef (equal parts sexy and carefree)
1 Pianist (equal parts uptight and endearing)
1/8 inch of drywall between their apartments
2 opinions on everything
Combine all ingredients, mix vigorously, and be prepared for an explosion of heat.
Pianist Ella Thomas is training for the competition of her life. Finally in an apartment of her own, she can practice from dawn till dusk.
But she didn't bet on the sexy and frustrating neighbor keeping her up all night - even if he does cook like a maestro and kiss like it’s his job.
Jake Matson is living his dream as Head Chef at one of the most popular restaurants in San Francisco. He's easy going, flirtatious and not looking for love. He didn't expect to be completely distracted by the girl next door, whose buttoned-up appearance hides the seductive firecracker underneath.
What happens when opposites attract? As their tension fires up, can they create a new kind of music together or will everything boil over?
4 out of 5 stars Kindle Copy for Review
Pianist Ella Thomas is training for her latest competition as she recently moved into her first apartment at twenty five. Her piano takes up most of the space but she does not care. She is barely surviving on Campbell’s Chicken Noodle soup and her microwave to heat it up. She suffers from panic attacks from performing and unlike her parents and sister, she rather classical music and sheet music to jazz.
Jake Matson is head chef at a popular restaurant and dream job. Unfortunately their first encounters do not go well as he tells her to keep the noise down at ten in the morning and then she complains about his noise in the early morning.
Things heats up between the two of their paths keep crossing. Jake finds himself attracted to her despite himself. Will these opposite people find a way to be together? Things will heat up in and out of the kitchen.
Katie McCoy is a self proclaimed sushi addict, Cardinals baseball fanatic, and lover of all things theatrical. A St. Louis native transplanted to Brooklyn, she acts, sings, and shakes her booty when she isn't writing books about hot men and the girls who love them.