Griffin was Amaraís first love, and the
man who has kept possession of her heart, though she hasnít
seen him since she was a teenager. He is still the starring
man in her fantasies and the hero of her books. While she
is in love with her fantasy man she is still moving along in
life. She is an accomplished writer, in fact her latest
book has been picked up as a screenplay in Hollywood. She
heads off for another adventure. But, she is stunned when
she finds Griffin is the head of the studio that has
optioned her book. The boy she remembers from all of the
D&D games has definitely turned into the man who is worthy
of her fantasies. But is it only a game for Griffin?
Because Amara is playing for keeps.
Griffin has never forgotten the sister
of his best friend growing up. In fact he has a plan to
become successful and then find her. Now all of the
planning is finally coming to fruition. He has studied not
only business but also magic and plans to present Amara with
everything he has become in hopes his former D&D
role-playing friend will become his life mate.
Roll Play is an
interesting concept in a story. You have your typical boy
meets girl, girl has crush on boy when they are teenagers.
But the twist here is that the boy also had a crush on the
girl though it was his best friendís little sister. But, he
has a plan and sticks by it to set things in motion for them
to be together. This made Ms. West spend a good amount of
time planning how this could be possible and I think she
achieved what she set out to do. The D&D game play in the
beginning and end of the book was a fun touch for those who
grew up in the 70ís and will make you laugh. Add to this
the fact Ms. West can write a steamy sexual encounter and
you have a winning story in Roll Play.