Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Destroyed by a relationship gone sour, Cori is not ready for another relationship. When Cori Mallory blows off the sexy hunk that comes up to her at a Pub, she never expected to end up applying for a job where he owned the company.
Once they get to know each other, they develop a strong attraction. So, why won't Adam make love to her? What is he hiding and once she finds out, can she handle the truth?
Games People Play is a great contemporary romance filled with sizzling foreplay and naughty games between the romantic characters. Cori Mallory has been through a lot after losing her mother and dealing with the hardship to care for her thirteen year old brother. When her two-timing boss ended their sexual relationship, it was the last straw. While drinking her heartache away at Flannigan’s Bar and Pub, she met a tall, handsome stranger that annoyed the hell out of her. Fed up with men in general, Cori decided to use her best twin assets for payback. That was until the sexy stranger interviewed her for a job at his company.
Adam Fletcher is hardworking, smart, trustworthy and caring toward those he loves. His loyalty and compassion for others made him a compelling character. However, he holds a deep secret from his past which caused him to avoid any sexual commitment. Yet, when it comes to the feisty caramel beauty named Cori, he can't help himself around her. Although they met under odd circumstances, they immediately had an emotional connection for each other even if they’re in denial.
Raven Knight created a wonderful, intriguing story that focused on the importance of establishing an emotional bond between two amazing characters. When I read the prologue, the characters captured my attention and immediately pulled me into their world. Although they refused to accept their true feelings until mid-way, the added conflict and slow-paced plot brought out an exciting tension and heart stopping sensuality. Not to mention, the sex scenes were descriptive and pleasingly explosive which made the book so interesting.
4 Tea Cups!