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Playing With Fire - Book One

Playing With Fire - Book One

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Immy By Immlaaarr Completed

Jasper, seventeen, is searching for love. Ross, twenty-eight, doesn't believe in love. They both lead completely different lives in completely different worlds; Jasper studies and behaves himself, trying to follow his brother's footsteps to make his parents proud, and Ross owns a high-end retail store, attracting customers at work and going out attracting men at night. So what happens when the two meet? They both know it wouldn't work; they're so different and there's an age gap of eleven years. But sparks are flying and although it's a dangerous risk with the consequences of both their lives being ruined, they both want to chance it. Will Jasper lose the love of everyone in his life? Will Ross change his life to keep Jasper within it? They could both get burned at any time, but sometimes you've got to play with fire.

NtheBird NtheBird May 08
Ok, so I've been pronouncing her name like Siri and I feel like that's wrong. Can anybody help me?
Just saying, fire alarms have been equipped with the same dye packs banks use since I was in hs, and I finished in 2004. That girl's hands are naaaasty.
Here I am.. back for //another// round with this book. I've read Playing With Fire and Cafe Latte so many times I've lost count. They are the books that bring me back to reading. Like, I literally get cravings to read this book. Thank you for writing them.
DrewDemon DrewDemon Dec 08, 2016
Re Reading this series before the newest book, because I have a really bad memory and have forgotten everything.😓 But I do remember LOVING the series, so I definitely am not mad that I am doing this!!
panicsexual panicsexual Sep 04, 2016
I've missed these characters so muchhhh I should reread this every week lmao
hvpp1nessmpofu hvpp1nessmpofu Sep 28, 2016
Can relate to this so much 😩 like why the hell are year 7's so cheeky?! When I was their age I didn't even look at the tall sixth formers!