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Now transferring this in a high school environment proves difficult. Marcus and Addie, start up a friendship, which soon turns into attraction, and their friendly conversations are filled with sexual tension.

All the while, Marcus tries his hardest to remember the strict lines of professionalism he can not cross. As much as Marcus and Addie are student and teacher, along with the age different.

Addie is mature beyond her years. Their compatibility is astounding, and envious. Soon circumstances arise with a jealous student and teacher, that becomes a catalyst for their relationship.

While in the mix, Addie also learns some devastating secrets about her family. She learns to forgive and to move forward.

I loved that each character has so much depth and are constantly developing while the story progresses. Mia Storm makes them lovable and relatable.

Marcus tried his best to keep himself at bay. Even when attempting to help Addie out in her personal life.

However, sometimes, crossing that unmentionable line, becomes worth the risk. View all 10 comments. May 29, Jacqueline rated it really liked it.

Gah I always do this! I find a new series I love and binge on it so much that I ruin it for myself. I'm sure that if I hadn't read this immediately after Getting Dirty I'd have enjoyed it much more.

As I devoured both books in a little over one day, I couldn't help but be a bit irritated by the similarities between the two stories which definitely tempered my enjoyment of this one.

This is Marcus, Brianne from the previous book's brother's stor 3. This is Marcus, Brianne from the previous book's brother's story. This time he's the 24 year old fighting against a taboo desire for the 17 year old girl he's supposed to be coaching.

And after all the fuss he made about his sister's choices too The tension was great and the chemistry between them felt real and at a steadier, more plausible pace than the first book.

The naughty forbidden element of their relationship gave this an extra edge. I was a bit disappointed with the rather abrupt ending - not sure what happened there, but I felt like there was some unfinished business.

There was much less smut in this one too, which is obviously a bit of a downer for my inner smut fan. This was another spicy taboo read with more plot and chemistry but with no less tension than the previous book.

I'd definitely recommend spacing them out to get the best from these forbidden tales though. View all 4 comments. The characters were still likable and I liked their ending.

I also loved seeing Blaire and Caiden again. Looking forward to the next book in this series. Apr 17, Shannon Rogers rated it really liked it Shelves: most-romantic , own-arc , book-boyfriends.

Anyone who reads my blog regularly can probably tell that I'm a fan of the "forbidden romance" type story.

I love them, and I have no problem with student-teacher romance, unless it's done in horribly poor taste and the young person is in fact stalked like a predator, etc Yes, I know a lot of people would say it's not okay under any circumstances, but let's just take it in the context of fiction.

I like Mia Storm's Jail Bait series. The first book really got to me in a good way, so I was expec Anyone who reads my blog regularly can probably tell that I'm a fan of the "forbidden romance" type story.

The first book really got to me in a good way, so I was expecting this would as well, and it did. I loved Marcus.

This is a guy who has made his views on student-teacher relationships very clear, so the fact that he now finds himself in such a situation was very ironic.

I love how he fought with himself on this, but I also loved how the author wrote the build-up of this romance, had the characters relating to each other on such a deep level.

It made the romance so much more realistic for me. I felt very much for Addison and her home life. I didn't feel as if I really knew her internal feelings as well as I knew Marcus'.

Marcus was very easy to know because his mind was constantly working against his feelings, what he knew to be right, and what he knew he should do.

Addie was a bit quieter, so I felt like I knew more by how Marcus viewed her, which was fine, because all in all, it worked for me.

I did feel like the conflict toward the end was somewhat predictable, but then again, someone had to be the ones to do, so it makes sense that it would be the ones it turned out to be.

My only real issue with the story was line editing that needed to be done. There were quite a few, and I mean a lot, of wrong words, words out of order, words missing, etc I think it could have used another edit, but because I was so into the story, I overlooked it and read on.

Note: Since writing this review, I have learned that the copy I read was finished only the day before I received it.

The line edit issues I mentioned should not be present in the final copy which releases this week. Aside from that, I loved the story, loved how it ended up, and the general conflict that had to be worked through.

Marcus was a wonderful hero for this story and I was glad we got to hear his point of view. I read through the book incredibly fast.

Great pacing. I'm looking forward to the next installment. View all 5 comments. I have a daughter that is 17 years old. I put the book down and moved on to another book.

But then I got to thinking about it. I thought about my daughter and her friends. I thought about their maturity levels.

I thought about how the social media has made them much more savvy than I was at that age. I thought about their social network, the small community we live in, and the higher educational routes they are experiencing in high school.

Girls this age have a more adult outlook on life. They are more informed and open minded. Taking all of this into consideration, I began reading this book again with an open mind and unbiased opinion.

A random meeting on a park bench sets the stage for Getting Played. An intellectual conversation that is loaded with snarky wit and banter leaves Marcus Leon intrigued.

He asks this captivating woman, Addie, out on a date. When Monday rolls around Marcus is in for a shock.

Addie is one of the seniors on the high school water polo team he coaches. He knows first hand what the ramifications can be for fraternizing with someone under the legal age.

He watched his sister and brother in law almost be destroyed by this. He is trying to find a full time teaching job in a profession that is overloaded with qualified professionals.

Addie is strictly off limits. She is different from the other girls on his team. She is clearly a dedicated athlete and leader.

When he finds out what her home life situation is it makes staying away even harder. He genuinely wants to help Addie out. He wants her to be able to remain on the water polo team without having her home life drag her down.

He wants her to have the opportunity to receive scholarships so that she can have a better opportunity in life.

He wants to be her friend. He wants her to have someone she can trust and turn to when she needs help.

After her mother died in a car accident when she was fifteen, their life spiraled out of control. Her father got lost in his grief and became an alcoholic.

They lost their home and life they once had. They were forced to move in with her aunt in a small community hours away from the only home she knew.

Her aunt travels quite a bit with her job but has opened her home to them until her father can get back on his feet.

It is an uphill battle. Both are lost in their grief, their guilt, and their new place in life. Addie is forced to become an adult.

When she meets Marcus she realizes that she has met someone that can understand her life situation. Their friendship is her life line.

Marcus and Addie fight their attraction for one another. Even though there is only five years difference in their ages they both clearly have a lot in common.

Even though Addie will be eighteen within a few months she is still underage. Those few months will make a huge difference on how their relationship plays out.

Addie will be forced to face her guilt and grief. Mia Storm did an eloquent job creating a story of forbidden love in a very taboo situation.

She handled the socially unacceptable dilemma in a heart felt responsible way. The reader does not walk away with a feeling like they were reading about a pedophile.

Both Addie and Marcus were young people that met at the wrong time in their lives. How they handled the situation was remarkable.

The love they found in each other was beautiful. May 07, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: series-duets , release-date , hfn-ending , hea , loved-cover-art , books-with-sex-scenes , virgin , arc-read , books-i-want-to-re-read , favorite-author.

Mia Storm is becoming a favorite author of mine. She has a great ability to create interesting and captivating stories that have a taboo subject.

This book was a little different than the first book , Getting Dirty, in that the main Hero of the story, is yes attracted to a 17 year student at the school he is a coach at, but this story was more than that, his relationship with Addie isn't what causes the trouble in this story.

This book was also about jealousy and just how far some people will go to get back at someone.

Just like in book 1, Mia did a wonderful job showing the real side of this type of situation. She continues to show the readers that there are REAL consequences when making adult decisions and that one wrong move can have dire consequences.

I enjoyed this book, but I think I liked Getting Dirty just a little more because the story revolved around Blaire and Caiden.

In this one, yes the story did revolve around Marcus and Addie, but I felt some of the sub plot and characters took over the story.

I wanted to see more between Addie and Marcus. She took her time getting these two together. The writing was just a great in this one as with the first book.

Her books just move right along and never take me that long to read. I also have a difficult time putting her books down. Marcus and Addie meet in a park one day and just click, but Marcus doesn't recognize her as one of the swimmers on his water polo team that he coaches, so shocked is not the right word to describe what he is feeling when he finds out.

Over the course of the book Addie and Marcus form a friendship and find they have a lot in common, mostly a dad who is an alcoholic.

They form a bond over this, Addie finally feels like someone sees her for who she is and understands what she is going through. I enjoyed watching these two characters grow together.

I have to admit I didn't like Marcus in the beginning because I felt he was a little hypocritical, because of how he treated Caiden, when he was after Blaire in the first book.

What I liked was the growth we saw with Marcus and that he finally realized that you can't help who you fall in love with. I think it made Marcus and Blaire's relationship stronger.

There is a lot more that happens in this story but I don't want to spoil it for anyone. I will say this though, I was happy to see that the Nate situation was taken care of in this story.

That was my one negative from book 1 and I am glad it was addressed in this book. They are so sweet together : Again, I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a story with a taboo subject.

This series is one of the best ones I've read about this subject and I know I will read these books again in the future.

May 30, Chrissy rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , series. I've been waiting for what seems like forever for this book to release.

After reading Getting Dirty, I needed to read Marcus's story and see how things changed in his head when he was put in the same position as Caiden.

Marcus sees Addie on the bench at the park after Blair's wedding, and is instantly drawn to her. They flirt, and he asks her out on a date, and then he gets the shock of a lifetime and finds out she's actually on his water polo team he coaches at the high school.

No matter how hard I've been waiting for what seems like forever for this book to release. No matter how hard Addie and Marcus try, they really are pulled together, and the chemistry between them is undeniable.

Their banter and friendship is sweet, and even though it was wrong of Marcus to hang out with a student outside of school, they seem to always be near one another and their friendship grows.

I loved their bucket list, and him pushing her to live her life, especially after everything she has been through.

The pace of this book seemed a lot slower, and then picked up towards the end, just when things were getting really good.

I did enjoy watching Addie and Marcus's relationship grow from friends to more, and how mature Addie seemed for how old she was.

Watching Marcus and Addie work through their personal struggles from the past, and everything in front of them was refreshing.

Addie does all she can to keep Marcus safe, and Marcus is being persecuted for something he did not do.

I really despise Detective Diaz and she definitely makes another appearance in this book, so be prepared if you read book one and already hate her.

I will definitely be looking forward to more books in the Jail Bait series, as these forbidden romances are definitely growing on me, and Mia Storm does an amazing job of writing them!

If you're read Getting Dirty, definitely pick up Getting Played as there is some new stuff from Blaire and Caiden, and I loved watching Marcus end up eating his words and feelings towards Caiden, when the same thing happened to him!

Jul 23, Talltree marked it as no-dnf-zzz-avoid. Couldn't get past sample. Mar 27, Moon Love rated it it was amazing.

I find that reading books about topics that are taboo for society or myself are often difficult. There are some books I won't even try, which means I'm probably missing out on an amazing story, but it's hard to often separate my thoughts and feelings about a certain situation from the fictional story I'm reading.

I read Getting Dirty , and while I wasn't comfortable with it, I did find it hard to put down. I knew when Getting Played was announced, I was going to have to read it to see h 4.

I knew when Getting Played was announced, I was going to have to read it to see how Marcus handled being in a somewhat similar situation to one he'd so strongly denounced and I'm glad I did.

I don't think I'll ever be completely accepting of a romance or relationship between a teacher and student, no matter how amazing the story, but I was amazed to see how different the writing and story was in this book.

Mia Storm definitely brought her A-game to do justice to Marcus and Addie's story. I never thought I'd say this, but I actually felt sympathetic towards what Marcus and Addie were going through.

It wasn't just them trying to fight their attraction towards one another, but other situations arising at work and school that really threw me and them for a loop.

I loved how Mia Storm incorporated a number of issues and situations that gave this book a depth and gravitas I wasn't expecting, but overjoyed to get.

Marcus and Addie were very easy to like. I might not have been able to relate to their intense desire for one another, but I could see it and relate to their familial situations and pasts.

Both of them had so much in common and I loved seeing how they supported one another. I liked how despite their attraction for one another, it wasn't easy for Marcus to reconcile what his head and heart wanted.

He really struggled with his connection to Addie knowing it could get him into a lot of trouble he didn't want or need.

My heart broke for Addie. Not only was she already dealing with a loss, but she was essentially parenting herself.

Add that to the pressure of being at a new school and getting unwanted attention, and I hated to see her hurt so much.

I did cringe a little internally when Marcus and Addie started to get physically involved with each other. I really had to push the labels they had on each other of coach and student to the back of mind.

I was able to do it though and it allowed me to get through the last half of the book in a spectacular fashion.

Even though parts were hard to read, I read this book quickly. I couldn't put it down. I don't know how Mia Storm is going to be able to top this book, but I'm looking forward to seeing how she does it.

If you have not read Getting Dirty book 1 please not there are book one suppliers in this review. Marcus is the high school water polo coach.

He is not one for relationships and prefers sexy with no attachment. Addie is a loaner and the best player on the water polo team.

After an accident in the pool leaves Addie hurt, Marcus learns they have more than sports in common. As their friendship builds so does their attraction to one another.

The problem is Marcus is not on her coach but he is 23 years old and Addie is only He was so sweet and swoon worthy- the perfect book boyfriend.

Addie was a great character, although she didn't feel it, her strength was inspiring. The chemistry between the characters was of the charts and the sexy times, though should have been wrong in society's eyes, were oh so right.

One of the things I adored about this book was how, even though this was Marcus's book, Caiden got some redemption.

Marcus and Addie being in a similar position as his sister Blaire and her then TA boyfriend, helped to bridge the gap of the brother and sister relationship that formed in the first book.

Though some of it was predictable, the plot line was excellent and the writing was amazing. Though this could be read as a standalone I highly recommend reading this series is order.

I give this 4. The characters are both very strong and determined. Being in the water is her outlet for all her frustration and anger.

It also becomes her place of serenity. Marcus is 23 and the girls water polo coach. He is a very protective person.

Addie and Marcus are drawn to each other like moths to flames. They both know it is wrong and do their best to fight the attraction.

The more time they spend together, the more they find out about themselves. This story is filled with drama coming from all angles.

Both characters have their fair share to deal with. They both have to deal with things alone. Addie makes an unexpected friend and Marcus finally puts the past behind him.

He gets an unexpected eye opening. May 22, The Book Trollop rated it really liked it. Gahhhh, I really loved Getting Dirty, it was so thought provoking, sexy, and I was rooting for both sides from the very beginning!!

I wasn't sure how much I was going to like Getting Played because it is about the same concept that was already in the first book but I was excited to read it, even if it was not a new concept to me.

I really wasn't disappointed because the characters took on a life of their own and really made the story what it was.

I liked Marcus, even though I wanted to smack him Gahhhh, I really loved Getting Dirty, it was so thought provoking, sexy, and I was rooting for both sides from the very beginning!!

I liked Marcus, even though I wanted to smack him upside his head a few times, and Addie was even strong and had a spectacular personality.

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