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Games of the Heart (The 'Burg Series Book 4) by [Ashley, Kristen]
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Book 4 of 6 in The 'Burg Series (6 Book Series)
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About the Author

Kristen Ashley grew up in Brownsburg, Indiana but has lived in Denver, Colorado and the West Country of England. Thus she has been blessed to have friends and family around the globe. Her posse is loopy (to say the least) but loopy is good when you want to write. Kristen was raised in a house with a large and multi-generational family. They lived on a very small farm in a small town in the heartland and existed amongst the strains of Glenn Miller, The Everly Brothers, REO Speedwagon and Whitesnake (and the wardrobes that matched). Needless to say, growing up in a house full of music, clothes and love was a good way to grow up. And as she keeps growing up, it keeps getting better.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3064 KB
  • Print Length: 573 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0692467475
  • Publication Date: March 15, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007KYH3P4
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,232 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I finished reading Game of Hearts and I loved it.

What I love about KA is that she brings in so many characters in her boooks that you really get emotionally invested in the stories and you fall in love with them every single time. And because of the length of her books you get a chance to live with those characters and they feel like family and it gives you that warm happy feeling ...every single time.

I was not a fan of Mike Haines before - as he was trying to get between Vi and Joe and I wanted him gone. But OMG I am a huge fan of his now. I love these alpha males and when you find one like Mike - who I was not expecting to be so great - it is like decadent icing on a triple layer chocolate cake.

Just a few things I really enjoyed about the book are
* Dusty fell in love with Mike as a teenager and never fell out of love with him. I really loved that they had this relationship before and were able to build on it and take it to another level.

* I loved the fact that it was the man jumping to conclusions all of the time and not the woman. I also loved how he apologised for his jumping to conclusions. :) But these false conclusions were cleared up quickly and did not linger throughout the book.

* I liked that this time the sister was the evil one and not the ex-wife a nice twist. Although for a moment it looked like we would have 2 evil ones but the ex-wife redeemed herself in the end.

* An added bonus was the relationship between Fin and Reesee - alpha male at such a young age - yummy.

* Those moments that were totally Alpha such as Mike taking a call from Beau when he and Dusty were doing the deed and setting him straight.

* But most of all I liked that Dusty was a strong woman.
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Let me just state first up that I love Kristen I think that her work is amazing and the fact that she writes so quickly,and comes up with these rich stories filled with complex and loveable characters makes her some kind if genius. I love her use of language and her ability to create a world from thin air and juggle all the pieces with out letting any of them drop is truly wondrous. In Games of the heart she has given us a fantastic story with a truly kick ass leading lady ( Dusty) and a true alpha male ( Mike)loves his job and his kids and manages both so well. The story is fabulous and the side story of Fin and Clarisse is just icing on the cake.

However I have one major problem with this story and that is the conversations and exchanges that the characters have. Every single one them is so bloody heart felt! It seems they can't even have a discussion about cake with it turning into some sort of love in.The overuse of deep and meaningfuls in this book actually make the true exchanges of love commitment seem slightly trivial. it bothered me so much that I was actually skipping chunks of dialogue to get to the next point. I'm not sure why Kristen seems to have gone overboard in this book with these exchanges, maybe she saw that readers responded well to these in her other books ( and let me tell you when she uses theses correctly her words can pack a literary punch the likes of which you rarely get to read let alone see in every single item of an authors body of work) so she decided that if a little was good then a lot would be great? I spent alot of the book thinking to myself No one talks like this!
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I have to admit first that I do not love this series. I normally LOVE KA's books, but this series seems really repetitive. This book in particular pissed me right off. First of all Mike (who I liked in Vi and Cal's story) is a judgmental jerk. I think the problem with the Burg series overall is that we spend way too much time in the head of the alpha guy. They're kind of boring when you get right down to it. Dusty is cool, but it was the subplot of Reece and Fin that kept me reading. This book bogged down in bits and can I just say - please don't include negative stuff about fatness in your books? Please? Fin saying that girl he stepped in to defend was 'miserable' and should go back to live her 'miserable' life because she was fat? F that. That stuck with me. I kept thinking why was that necessary? Also, demonizing exes - enough already. I like KA's books because she isn't afraid to focus on middle-aged characters who deal with exes and custody arrangements, but can we get over the evil ex-wife now? In the end, if you're a fan I'd actually recommend skipping the Burg series. It does not hold a candle to her other work. VI and Cal's story is by far the best, this one is a total skipper.
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Ok... so, I wasn't expecting this book to be soooo loooong... however... it really needed to be with all that was going on... I felt like I was at 43% like forever!!! Actually, somewhere around there (kindle version) there was a great climax... but don't think that's gonna be all... cause at 90% I was thrown for a loop also...

So many characters that tie into this story... but such wonderful ones at that... Dusty... whadda awesome little spitfire... and of course the villianess... is "Debbie"!!! Damn what's with that!!! Now that nephew Fin... OMGoodness... alpha male in the making... Reesee's definitey lucky there!!!! I could go on and on about all the people in this story...

Kristen Ashley just keeps 'em coming... of course out of the Burg series, Joe and Vi's book is my ultimate fave... but Mike Haines... wowza... total alpha also!! What I wouldn't give for a romp in that $6000 bed!!! I'm totally looking forward to the next book based on Benny and Frankie... the Chicago couple mentioned in Joe and Vi's book... I think Benny is Joe's cousin so that might give us more of Joe and Vi...(cross your fingers)

It'll take you some time to get through, but well worth the time!!!
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