Book Reviews

REVIEW : The Game You Play by L.A. Cotton

Felicity Giles has a list.

Lose her virginity.
Meet her knight-in-shining-armor and fall in love.
Have the best senior year a girl can have. 
The only problem? Her knight isn’t a saint, he’s a villain, and she’s pretty sure he’ll destroy her before ever handing over a piece of his heart. 

Jason Ford has a plan.

Win State and go down as one of the most successful Quarterbacks in Rixon Raider history.
Head off to college and pursue his dream of being drafted to the NFL.
Avoid the girl under his skin. Felicity Giles, his stepsister’s best friend and perpetual pain in his ass.

She’s annoying as hell.
She’s a game to him, nothing more.

Until his arch rival comes after him and the few people he cares about … and Felicity gets caught in the crossfire.

And suddenly hating her feels a whole lot like falling in love.

Jason ‘asshole’ Ford was the bane of my existence. Arrogant. Conceited. A total manwhore. And the guy my heart had apparently decided it wanted.


Jason Ford has one focus, one love and on goal in life and that’s football. After one night in New York things change, but will they change for the better?

Jase is the one we all love to hate. He is number one and the quarterback. He is completely focused on football, anything else is just a distraction, but he can’t seem to stay away from Felicity. Who also happens to be his step sisters best friend. Felicity wants to step out of her shelf for senior year, she wants to take chances, but the one thing she doesn’t expect is Jason Ford.

I love the love/hate relationship these two have. Felicity see’s how Jason is and it’s safe to say she feels like she is just a game to him. I love that we get to know a little bit more about Jason, we got to see more of him and peel back more of his layers. There is a lot more to him than what you see on the outside. Despite his jerk exterior, he is actually caring and protective.

I couldn’t wait for Jason and Felicity’s story and this was so much more than I could have hoped for. I loved both of these characters and the depth behind them. Their story sucked me in from the story. It was a beautiful, emotional game they played and one I didn’t want to end.

I can’t wait to see more of all these characters in the next book! A MUST READ!