Book review | My thoughts—Ballers 2–His Final Play

Book two of the Ballers series by Blue Saffire is an Oh my-my-my… This book right here was truly riddles with answers, clues, and some things we never saw coming—a perfect way to set the stage for upcoming stories. First, let me say this, Ms. Blue, you threw me starting this story somewhere near the end, gotta tell ya. Love the recap…you did that girl.

If Blue Saffire wanted to keep you enthralled in this story from beginning to end and pique your interest for what is coming in the future…she did that in this book. First learning of Nico and Reese’s story in Ballers 1, this story really ties into that book, so if you have not read it (or any the other series, you are missing out in my opinion). I don’t know whether to say it was lust or love at first sight for Nico and Reese…but if I were a character in this book, I am sure I would have felt the electric chemistry between Nico and Reese. He let her know in no uncertain terms that he desired her. Those Donatis and Marietta’s don’t play when they want something done they get it done.

There were times in this book that I laughed and cried during the heartbreaking moments. Some things in this book are made very clear, and you know of some of the heartaches coming.

Blue Saffire took us on an emotional ride with Nico and Reese. I felt their pain as they tried to protect the other from the heartache of each moment that was written out—the things we do for love.

Thank you for giving us a tiny glimpse into the future.

This is my review and how I see it.

Follow the #bluecrack clues–Noah the Beast is next.

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