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Power Play (Risky Business) Mass Market Paperback – June 30, 2015
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"Combines a suspenseful, deceptive mystery with a fun and spirited love triangle, and pulls off both with aplomb.... Any upcoming sequels are sure to be hits."―RT Book Reviews
"Snow sucks me into the vortex of this story, eager for more."―Heroes & Heartbreakers
"Wow. POWER PLAY is THE BEST 'love triangle' book I've ever read. I generally really dislike books that contain love triangles and honestly avoid them, but POWER PLAY sounded so good that I had to give it a shot. And man, am I glad that I did! ... Tiffany Snow, in my opinion, wrote the perfect story. Angst, love, hate, danger and a dash of humor, all interwoven in a beautiful story about figuring out what the heart really wants. I am SO excited to read the next book."―-Eclectic Bookworms blog
"Power Play has all the elements of adventure, romance, and suspense. It has topped the list of must-reads and I am dying to see what is next for this troubled trio!"―-My Book Muse blog
About the Author
A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Tiffany Snow earned degrees in Education and History from the University of Missouri-Columbia, before launching a career in Information Technology. After over a decade in IT, she switched careers to what she always dreamed of doing - writing. Tiffany is the author of romantic suspense novels such as the Kathleen Turner Series, which includes No Turning Back, Turn to Me and Turning Point. Since she's drawn to character-driven books herself, that's what she loves to write, and the guy always gets his girl. She feeds her love of books with avid reading, yet she manages to spare time and considerable affection for trivia, eighties hair bands, the St. Louis Cardinals, and Elvis. She and her husband have two daughters and one dog.
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Instead of two brothers, we have two former best friends. I say former because they both use to be in love with the same woman – a woman who took her own life because she could not stand to come between the two friends. But what she didn't know is her death tore these two men apart more than ever. These two men are Ryker, a police detective, and Parker, an investment banker. Both men are swoon worthy, but I must admit that Ryker has stolen my heart. This man is the bad boy type that I find myself drawn to who is sex personified and such a smooth talker. Yep, my heart is with Ryker. I’m not sure how I feel about Parker yet. Yes, he is one sexy man, but I just don’t know how I feel about him yet – so I guess you can say that the jury is still out as far as Parker is concerned.
Then we have Sage Reese, Administrative Assistant to Parker. She has been so in love with Parker since day one of her employment and is obsessively dedicated to this man. She does everything possible to make Parker’s work life flow smoothly. It’s not until Parker comes under scrutiny due to a big investment deal involving some shady Russian characters that Ryker is on Sage’s radar, and suddenly her love for Parker is not so clear cut.
After all the drama and intensity that was never ending, book one ends and it appears that Sage’s decision on which man she is going to choose is pretty clear cut, but then in the final pages we learn that maybe, just maybe, one of the two men wants much, much more than we previously thought. So yes, we have a love triangle which may turn some readers off, but I must say I loved trying to guess who will end up with whom.
I absolutely loved this book! I finished this one in about a day because I just couldn't put it down. It kept me guessing throughout and I was biting my nails because of all the high stakes drama that took place. This well-crafted novel had a lot of suspense with just the right amount of romance. There are plenty of twists and turns that kept me engaged throughout. Tiffany Snow hit it out of the park with this one and I can’t wait for Playing Dirty to be released.
If you loved The Kathleen Turner Series or just love a good romantic suspenseful story with lots of high stakes drama and hot, steamy romance then you’re going to love this new series.
Tiffany Snow has done it again! Another must read from Tiffany Snow!
Sage loves her job as an administrative assistant. She also loves her boss Parker. Parker is all business...even when he's not. He is also involved with some not so nice men that scare Sage.
In walks Ryker. Ryker is a cop. He was BFF's with Parker in high school although they came from different sides of the tracks. After a stint in the Marines something goes wrong and they detest each other.
Now Sage is in the middle of something very dangerous and Parker and Ryker. Each blaming the other for her involvement.
This book is suspenseful, romantic and a definite must read!
But, I had a moment of pause, when I saw that this was going to be a love triangle. I still haven't recovered from Tiffany Snow's last love triangle, The Kathleen Turner Series.
I vowed I would go into this, though, with an open mind and I would not pick a side right off the bat. I was not going to subject myself to that sort of heartbreak again. There are those who will say, it's just a book. Get over it. But, you cannot just get over it with a Tiffany Snow book. She has a way of writing characters that you genuinely care about. Characters that you identify with or characters that you just want to be with. Not too many readers have that gift, but Tiffany does.
So, because of Tiffany, Blane Kirk has and always will be the book boyfriend I judge all others by. I honestly did not think anyone could come close to him.
Well, let me introduce you to Parker Anderson.
He is Harvey Specter-esque with some Blane-like qualities. So, my promise to not get too emotionally invested or pick a side this time? Well, yeah, that's out the window.
I am firmly in Team Parker. We see him through his Girl Friday, Sage Reese's eyes. She doesn't want to be the stereotypical, clichéd secretary crushing on the boss. She fights her feelings
and tries to dismiss them knowing that something between them could never work. Yet, he calls and she comes running. This is done to humorous effect in the first chapter when Sage's night out
with her current boyfriend is interrupted by Parker. So Mr. Wrong breaks up with Sage telling her that she’s already in a relationship with her boss even though she doesn’t seem to know it.
And the other third of this triangle? Hot cop Dean Ryker. He comes off as the typical bad boy. Sage is immediately attracted to him even though she senses the hostility between him and Parker. Is Ryker flirting with her just to get under Parker’s skin? Is he using her to work an angle on his latest case?
Throw in the obvious bad blood between the former friends that stems from fighting over the same girl. Will this cycle repeat itself? You know it will! But, the ride will hopefully be as fun and romantic as Tiffany Snow books always are. There's some fun banter between Ryker and Parker as they trade one-liners and there's quite a funny scene where Sage breaks up one of these fights as the two mean play a comical game of “I know you are, but what am I?”
This book had it all---fun, romance, intrigue, suspense and humor. Sage makes a choice in this book, but I feel that just might be temporary. Don't count the other guy out just yet.
I have a feeling that this series will join the Kathleen Turner series as one of my all-time favorites.