Play With Me – a movie?

Hi all!

I’m getting asked like 10 times a day if PLAY WITH ME will be made into a movie one day. The truth is: I don’t know. But I really, really hope so. And here’s a glimpse at what it could be like.

No, this isn’t a movie trailer, but a book trailer. So if you haven’t read the book yet, grab it now and start reading.

Need a teaser? ;-)


“You don’t know what you’re asking for, Matthews.”

“Well, it won’t kill me to find out, right?” God, I should bite off my tongue.

“Okay,” Ryan drawled. “Remember, I gave you fair warning.”

Lips pressed together, I stared Hunter down, but with his last words he had me practically wetting my pants.

Philip, however, seemed pleased with the situation as he filled the two glasses—Ryan’s only half-full at his sister’s demand—with tequila and placed one half of a lime slice on either glass.

Ryan arched his eyebrows. “You still game?”

“I don’t have to drink this, do I?” Shit. My voice almost cracked with my rising unease.

“No, you don’t. That’s for me. You only assist with the lime.”

Assist with the lime…meant what? Feed it to him? Okay. I could do that. “Game on.”

He cast me a smirk that made me wonder if I was in the right place at the right time. But it was too late to cop out. He took the lime off the tequila and clinked his glass to Philip’s. At the same time he held the slice out to me. “Bite.”


Bite,” he repeated.

He dragged the brim of his cap around to the back of his head then knocked the shot down. I leaned forward and bit into the fruit he held out, my eyes trained on his face. Yuck, the sour taste made me grimace. I pulled back. Ryan tossed the slice away and cupped my neck, yanking me toward him. Everything happened so fast, I couldn’t even lick the lime juice from my lips.

But he did. And my heart stopped beating.



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