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The Alphabet Game. The Complete Alpha Series: A to X, Y, Z: An Erotic Romance by [Long, Andie M.]
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Length: 391 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 740 KB
  • Print Length: 391 pages
  • Publication Date: July 9, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LOTFY1Q
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This was fun, funny, clever and engaging erotic romance.

Set in London (and NYC), this book uses British slang, and spelling. There are some typos in this (spacing, punctuation, etc), but it doesn't detract from the story.

This is about Stella and Gabe, both with wealthy father figures who have questionable businesses and lack any sort of parenting skills.

Stella's applying for a PA job at Gabe's father's law firm because she wants to learn more about the man who supposedly partners with her stepfather, whom she hates. She wishes to plot revenge against her stepfather for keeping her away from her mother for years after her biological father's death. Gabe has a similar plot, but against his own father, for numerous crimes, one of which is blackmail. Stella and Gabe agree to partner to bring the fathers down... and they also partner in the bedroom, using the Alphabet game. This is a story about sordid businesses, rape and molestation, blackmail, drugs, and murder and the effects on the children of the men who engage in this behavior.

This has good pacing and relatively strong female lead. Despite the fact that it's chock full of sexy scenes, I think the sex scenes could have been a tad hotter.
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This is a very poorly written book with little plot, not very believable characters and even poor in the errotic department. I never felt connected with the story or the characters and was mostly bored. Definitely not worth your time at any price.
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By sworrel on August 14, 2015
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The story line was okay. Too much detail about what was being worn and room decor. I skipped a lot of paragraphs that didn't pertain to the story. I did finish the tale because I wanted to know how it ended. Not a bad conclusion.
I got this with the Kindle Unlimited for free. I wouldn't recommend it.
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I've had this on my kindle for a while and can't believe I left it so long to
read it!

From the very first page I was hooked and the storyline is just WOW.
Stella has been on a mission for several years to find a way to ruin her
Stepfather and finally gets a job working with the gorgeous Gabriel
Gregory. What she didn't know is that Gabe wants to bring his father
down too, so the pair come up with a plan to bring down both of their
fathers.

While working on their plan, Gabe wants to play a "game" with Stella
and introduces her to the pleasure that he can provide, as the pair work
their way through the entire alphabet in some rather steamy sex
sessions.

The Alphabet Game is sex, murder, lies, goodies, baddies and twists
galore. I would recommend this to anyone. Andie M. Long was a new
author to me but I will definitely read more of her books.
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Where to begin? After seeing teasers of this book I was totally expecting sex, sex, and more sex. Don't get me wrong, there is plenty of hot, steamy sex but I found myself enjoying the backstory as well. Sometimes I feel that in this genre, authors just throw backstories in for the sake of adding pages. In the case of the Alphabet Game, Andie creates an exciting, believable story that links Gabe and Stella in more ways then one. Speaking of Gabe, how hot is he? I totally picture Mr. Henry Cavill as Gabe. Who care if Gabe isn't British and he's from NY. Stella's character is strong and confident, another thing I liked about this story. Andie doesn't feel the need to make Stella vulnerable, clumsy or a virgin, to make Gabe attracted to her. I love how she took charge in many aspects of their relationship and even put Gabe in his place a few times. As much as I wanted to hate Gabe at times, he was just too hot. I also enjoyed the secondary characters in this story in Ronnie and Col, please Andie, I NEED to know what happens with them after the twist you threw us at the end. I did not see that coming. This story was the whole package for me sexy, sweet, and suspenseful. I would've like the ending to be a little more detailed, but overall this was a great series and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a new book to read. I teared up at the end and how Andie brought the whole idea of the alphabet game together. Super sweet. :)
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Stella Mulroney wants to take down her multi-billionaire stepfather and after two years she's finally got the interview she needs at Gregory & Sons, only problem is she was expecting the job to be for Mr Gregory Senior and not his son Gabriel, who is distractingly hot and surprisingly willing to help her.
This sets the scene it's Stella and Gabe taking up the crusade.
My main problem was I wasn't sure how I felt about these two plus, and I know we don't have all the facts yet but Stella's reasons for revenge seem, well, more like something a bored rich girl would fixate on and not reason enough to ruin someone, but like I said I don't think we've got the full story yet. Also I know the alphabet thing is cute and a different angle for this book it's fun and sexy but there's no way it's going to help Stella infiltrate her stepfather's sex clubs.
The more we read the more we realise there's a lot more to this, it goes much deeper than we thought and while I'm still not completely sold on Stella and Gabe there's enough to keep me interested, the final part of this brings the answers we've wanted plus some surprises, not everything or everybody was what we thought.
Now while I've enjoyed this series it's not been the 5 star read for me that it appears to have been for most people.
The story running through this book was interesting and I think my main problem was I wanted more of that, more of the intrigue and the players and less of Gabe and Stella and their alphabet games.
I'm not a fan of spoiler reviews but I couldn't leave this without one so if you haven't read this book stop now.

######### SPOILER #########
In the end it all came down to one thing and I didn't buy the reason behind it all, at all.
Arnie is so rich and powerful and if he's prepared to murder for what he wants he wouldn't have let anything stand in his way, he would have moved immediately.
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