Marriage Games: (The Games Duet, Part One)

· Flip City Media Inc
38 reviews

About this ebook


That’s all Adam Steinbeck demands of his wife.

Thirty days in a remote cottage, doing everything he commands. After that, he’ll sign her divorce papers and give her complete ownership of their company.

That’s how long he has to rediscover the man he once was. The Dominant Master he hid when he fell in love with her five years ago.

She wants the business they built badly enough to go to the cottage for a month. Cut off ties to the world and do his bidding. She can submit to him with her body, but her heart will never yield.

She thinks this is his pathetic attempt to repair their marriage.

She’s wrong.

Part two will be released Jan 3rd

Ratings and reviews

38 reviews
Wondèr Travel
July 2, 2017
I just don't get the whole humiliation and dog collars ,the begging and crawling and pain and the to need to treat someone so degradingly. And no matter what face you put on it that's what it boils down to humiliation ,power, anger, Revenge,. . And then to say the sub has all the power. She only has the power that the dominant allows then she punished for saying anything that he doesn't like . A dominant Revels in the power. I keep trying to understand these books. I like the character Diana. I like Charlie. I like the author. So I'll try to read the last book to see if I change my mind about it.
1 person found this review helpful
L Gonzalez
November 28, 2016
I don't know how I feel about it. Do I love it? Simply like it? Something in between? Nonetheless, the story was compelling. CD Reiss is a talented writer. She wrote a story about married couple discovering themselves. Marriage Games is written in two parts; part one in Adam's POV and part two in Diana's. It goes between past and present. It started slow for me. I wasn't quite able to connect with the characters, and it took me awhile to get into the story. But that didn't stop me from wanting to continue reading. I was curious to see where it was going and where it would take the characters. I liked Adam. His love for Diana and his emotions were raw and heartbreaking. At first Diana came off as callous, manipulative only going after one thing. It made me doubt the love she had for Adam, but it wasn't until during her POV that I started to understand her and the choices she made regarding Adam. Serena and Stefan are a loose cannon. I thought I had them figured out, but I was thrown in for a loop. Charlie is a good friend to Adam. He's like the voice of reason. I hope he befriends Diana and helps her with any questions or doubts she may have. I like that the characters are flawed. They are not perfect. They struggle with some sort of inner conflict. There is a sense of realness about them. Marriage Games ends in a cliffhanger. It changes things. The ending wasn't a complete surprise for me. After it was revealed the kind of woman Adam couldn't love, I knew it was heading in that direction. I'm looking forward to read Separation Games.
4 people found this review helpful
Jeff Brks
June 9, 2022
I thought the book was very well written it was perfectly laid out as to keep you guessing it was a real page turnner. I felt it touched on some real life issues
2 people found this review helpful

About the author

 CD Reiss is a USA Today bestseller. She still has to chop wood and carry water, which was buried in the fine print. Her lawyer is working it out with God but in the meantime, if you call and she doesn't pick up, she's at the well, hauling buckets.

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 in the back, where a cord of wood awaits.

If you meet her in person, you should call her Christine.


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