- File Size: 3349 KB
- Print Length: 354 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Inked Press (May 17, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 17, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01E0FKNLG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #208,561 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Why did this one interest me so much? The tech geek is in San Diego at ComicCon. I have never been myself but I do like to geek out vicariously. It is always fun to spot the sci-fi references and being at ComicCon, there were many. The gaming references, I don't get as much, but I do get some of it.
Anyway, Zain at ComicCon. And of course, his gaming hero is in trouble and needs help. I really loved how this all worked together to make a wonderful suspense romance. Yes, there was suspense with the romance. But isn't that what makes reading a Sidney Bristol story so much fun to read?
I loved how the challenge to their continued romance was resolved.
Looking forward to the next book in this amazing series.
Book hits on hot buttons of industry prejudice against women gamers and builds an engaging story around the gaming/ geek world. Throw in some Klingon, references to Star Wars, board games, vid games, and Firefly and I was solidly hooked.
This book is a throughly enjoyable read, in my opinion.
Is this the great American novel? No. But it is unusually fresh and fun.
One thing I love about Zain is that he doesn't let the term disabled vet define him. Missing his hand does not get in the way of him being chief intelligence officer. He has made some pretty impressive contacts to the point he running a trial for a special prosthetic that reacts to his nerves and actually gives him a working hand. He doesn't let anything get in his way, he knows what he wants and he goes for it.
Andrea is an amazing woman, her love for videogames and her desire to design strong non-sexualized female character games lead to a large part of the gaming community hating her. Andrea is not used to being the one in the spotlight and having to make an appearance at the comic-con has brought her upfront and in the line of fire. Andrea is stuck in a situation that is out of her control, someone ransacked her hotel room stole her laptop and destroyed her possessions. Lucky she and Zain met right before and Zain's protective instincts kicked in. Zain's high stress job has finally allowed him a vacation, he timed it so he could go to the comic-con. He never expected to met Andrea but almost from the start he knew she needed him. But the juvenile attitudes of the people who didn't like Andrea's game is only the tip of the iceberg something more sinister is going on.
I love the introduction to the characters in her other series, Geeks Gone Wild, and I love what they stand for and how they support each other. Overall, I loved this one especially Zain.
This story features 2 extremely intelligent and proficient people - when it comes to their work worlds... but the insecurities and doubts that they have about themselves personally have held them back in their personal lives and lead them to question their decisions and choices.
What I loved the most about this couple (besides the chemistry and the intrigue and Sidney Bristol's ability to weave a story...) was the way these 2 filled the other half for each other. Where Andrea doubted and pulled away to save herself the hurt, Zain grabbed ahold of her and demanded her honesty as well as her fear so that he could "Captain America" the situation and fix her world for her. In turn, Andrea made Zain feel again and live for something besides his work. She made him a whole person again with wants and needs of his own and their love opens another world of happiness that I don't think either thought they would have.
As for the intrigue part of Dangerous games I was once again turning the pages faster and faster... I had to see who Kevin was taking orders from and was our kidnapped victim going to be saved in time!! And poor Crystal... I wonder if she'll get a HEA at some point??
Thank you SB for hours of entertainment and writing stories that keep me coming back for more!
Review by: Jeananna
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