This is absolutely my favorite storyline from CD Reiss to date. The build from page one of Marriage Games to the very last page of Separation Games, the layering of this entire scenario, the utterly devastating cliffhanger leading into the seamless transition into book two, the way the two books seem to mirror each other by a thin veil of glass waiting to be shattered, it's all just perfection. - Jessica, Angie and Jessica's Dreamy Reads
I survived the 'Marriage Games' duet by CD Reiss! - Stacey, Sassy Book Club
This book is beautifully written. It reads like a musical composition, with different movements. There is the opening allegro, the slower, more thoughtful adagio, the frantic scherzo, and the culminating sonata. CD Reiss will leave you breathless. - Vox Libris
A 5 STAR sexy, smoldering read that will have you chained to your reader. - Books and Boys Book Blog
This book could not have been a more perfect conclusion to SUCH an amazing, epic journey between this couple. CD Reiss writes with a delicate, poetic touch. When you read her work you know that you are reading pure raw talent. - Bex Loves Books Blog
CD Reiss does a fantastic job exposing the complex and raw emotions that her characters faced. This two book erotic romance series is not to be missed.- Kindle Crack Reviews
If you are looking for a sweet romance story, than this isn't for you. This book has grit, and fight. It is a definite must read! - Kinky Kittens Book Blog
CD Reiss' writing is flawless and if I was not already a fan, this would have sealed the deal. Separation Games is brutally raw to the core- Adam and Diana's story tore me wide open and then put me back together.- Book Loving Fairy Blog
It's dramatic, heart-breaking, thrilling, confusing, and utterly breathtaking. To say the relationships and characters in this novel are complex is an understatement. The character development is phenomenal.- TJ's Loves Books
About the Author
Born in New York City, she moved to Hollywood, California to get her master's degree in screenwriting from USC. In case you want to know, that went nowhere, but it gave her a big enough ego to try her hand at novels. She’ll tell you all about it out back, where a cord of wood awaits.
If you meet her in person, you should call her Christine.