- File Size: 589 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1530232309
- Publication Date: November 4, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017LCPLXA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,146 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Before going into the story and the characters, I must say that the writing is simply wonderful! The language used is descriptive and creates just the right tone - the kinds that draws a reader in. Already head over heals in love with the feel, there wasn’t much need for a clincher but what made this read for me was the dialogue. There’s nothing better than the teasing banter between lovers as their initial word “game” was a lesson in seduction. Louise’ personality is illuminated in her interactions with her sarcastic roommate Flo and curious workmates. But Dan, Dan really draws Louise out oh her well protected shell.
I loved the way the story is plotted, starting at a point in time where the characters reflect back to what will turn into pivotal moments in their lives. I struggle with calling this anything but the “unfolding” of the story and for me, when it’s done right it’s magical. Once we get through their initial meeting, things are fun and naughty as they move forward with getting better acquainted.
What complicates Louise and Dan’s growing affection is his past. Ten years or so her senior, Dan’s family and his work becomes something they have to contend with. Louise herself is riddled by doubts in the advantages of committed relationships so it’s up to Dan to do right by Louise. Observing these two as their connection grows is where both fun and heartache lie. There were a few scary moments as Dan is tested by family, club members and Louise.
There were times that my heart ached (that lovely angst) but Playing Games simply left me feeling giddy. This is a 5 star read and comes with my must read recommendation. I loved the writing so much that I’ve purchased the Pretty series and I’m confident I will love them. Ms Alam you have a new fan!
In this story Louise goes out with roomie Flo & wakes up in bed with the sexy Dan. A one night stand that turns out to be much more quite quickly although the pair did not exchange names Dan had snooped in her purse to get her cell # etc.....where there is a will there is a way.
Although the author provided us with images of the kinky connection the pair had it was more of hints of it not full blown descriptions of the total act which left more to the imagination. This was actually refreshing.
The author entertained us with the journey of discovery for both characters. I felt they both had much to learn about themselves & each other. I was left wondering if there would be more.
Louise gets dragged out by work mates, meets a sexy stranger in a club, waking the next day and leaving before he wakes up. Told in flashbacks we get the back story of the who's, how's and why's and when Louise's sexy stranger gets in touch with her, she's tempted to meet up again. Can a one night stand really lead to a relationship? Or will it always be about sex? I loved this book, the characters are likeable, the story is great and of course it's hot. Daniel, although he wants Louise, he's keeping secrets from her and Louise doesn't exactly like to share things about herself either. It's not all plain sailing but at the same time it's not one of those drama filled books either. I really did enjoy this book, i read it in one sitting, the banter between Louise and Daniel brought a smile to my face and i ended up loving Daniel. Highly recommend if you're looking for a light hearted, sexy romance.
Taking risks....... Is this what Louise was doing? An American women working in
London goes out with colleagues, but ends up in a 'club' where she goes home with a stranger. Daniel, with his sexy accent pushes Louise to many limits.
Now this is not what I would call an erotic read. I must say I did find myself going back and re-reading some sentences as I was lost as to who was speaking. There were supporting characters that were introduced that I felt there was so many things left unsaid or as you would say there was a lot of unfinished business, especially from the last chapter going into the epilogue and what happens with Louise's parents.
But don't get me wrong I did enjoy this book. There was a lot to love about both main characters, Louise and her smart mouth and Dan with his alpha tendencies. This book did end in a HEA, but hopefully it will lead into another book.
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