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Game On (Playing Games #2) Paperback – May 11, 2015
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Liam’s competitor and bitter enemy Big Jim threatens Maci with public exposure of her carefully guarded secret and refusal to allow her to continue her daily visits to her grams if she doesn’t betray her lover, Liam. She almost gives in – and angers Liam in the process. But their love is too strong, and Liam forgives her. Together they and Maci’s friends devise a plan to present her secret to the public herself, thus eliminating the blackmail intended to cause her betrayal.
Game On is a stronger story than Game Changer. Big Jim, Maci’s nemesis and Liam’s enemy, is built into a more obviously evil person. His plots and the efforts made by Maci, Liam, and her friends are well thought out, adding suspense to this story.
I do like realism, so Liam's coming to terms over Maci's predicament felt good, but too fast. And Maci's overriding secret just fizzled. Big deal.
Only emotional portion was Grams. And what happened with her seemed too obvious a contrivance rather than a necessity.
Also, grammatical glitches and spelling errors. This one was a let down. Won't deter me from reading the last book, though. Still enjoying the plot.
I am just in love with the characters Maci and Liam in this series. And they certainly did not fail to continue in this book. Again this book picked up where book 1 left off.
Maci stuck in the middle of being black mailed and torn between doing what she knows will destroy the man she has fallen for or losing someone who has been her whole world.
Anyone else out there like me and can't stand big slimy grease ball, low life losers. LOL well this story has one for sure. And big Jim delivers. He certainly comes through with tearing apart Maci's world.
Now of course there is more than just sadness in this book. Lord I am no gamer, I mean I play a few games on my iPad and such but I am no gamer by any means. My son, yes, my nephews, yes, but me. No way are you kidding I can't figure those controllers out to save my life LOL. But I just love that this story line is based on this. Don't get me wrong its not the story itself, its just part of Liam's life and everything but the fact that Maci is a gamer and a darn good one I just love that. It really adds to this story, to this couple.
I love how Rene pulls in games that are popular, that the characters though doing very well for themselves, are still down to earth, geeky, every day people like the majority of us. And that their lives aren't so perfect like many think people with money have "perfect lives".
I also love that this entire story has unfolded where I live and work. Tampa and Ybor. So it feels even closer to me when I read this story and hear the names mentioned.
There is some really good reading in this book, so if you haven't gotten to this one yet, hurry up and finish the prequel and book #1 and get to reading this because you are going to want to see what happens between big Jim and Maci, and the outcome it has for her and Liam.
I really wish they would write if more books are to come.
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Honestly, I was a little afraid to start this book. Don't ask me why but I was.Read more