When playing the player becomes more than a game
Matt Taylor’s motto:
“I’m the King of Cut N Run. I wine them, dine them, then slide inside them, making sure I get up, get dressed and get out before they can even utter the words second date.
Mia Roberts’ motto:
“I’m queen of the chase. I meet them, greet them, be seen with them, then leave them. A social butterfly, I’m happily single and happy to stay that way.”
The players have been found.
The challenge has been set.
Whatever happens, they’ll soon find out that playing the game can get you played in the best possible way.
**The Game series will be a series of interconnected standalones that can be read separate from the Bliss series**
I’m a gamer by nature and by profession. I’m all about strategy, performance, and coming out on top.
Five months ago I threw caution to the wind, and in the first miscalculated step of my twenty-one-year life, I made a move on my brother’s best friend.
The first mistake we made was keeping our relationship secret. The next was going off half-cocked when a train wreck of epic proportions hit us.
Now our secret is secret no more. As I struggle to deal with all of the swirling emotions, conflicted feelings, and the multitude of burned bridges that I need to mend, the one person who can help me through it all is the same man I need space from.
To fix it I’ll have to pull on my big-girl panties, focus on what I truly want in life, and put everything I have into winning the most important game I’ll ever play.
Life is a game, and it is what you make it.
Coming out unscathed is a whole other matter.
How do you know when fake turns real?
Abi Cook lives her life by her own rules. She works hard, plays hard, and knows who she is and where she wants to be.
Following a repeat one-night stand with the dashing Dr. Cade Carsen, Cade asks Abi for a favor: be the fake girlfriend on his arm for the duration of his father's mayoral campaign.
Never one to turn down a challenge, she doesn't hesitate. I mean, who would when all that's involved is a little fake girlfriending with a side of hot sex, and with Doctor Hottie no less?
But like any Game, there are always twists and turns, unexpected players, villains, heroes and ultimately, winners and losers.
Game Saver is the story of what happens when two happily single people try for something less, but end up with something so much more.
"You have chlamydia."
Three words no man wants to hear.
I've always been liberal with my appreciation of the female form, a firm believer in the 'try before you buy' principle, but living life to the fullest obviously didn't end well for me considering the unexpected—and very unwelcome—consequence of my free and easy past.
After living through the horrendous experience that was informing my recent sexual partners of my acquired 'condition,’ I made a vow to myself – and a bet with my best friend—that the next woman I sleep with will be the ‘one.’
What I will learn is that even when something happens and the games come to an end, there's always the chance of something—or someone—crashing in and changing everything.
So this is my story. It may start with a venereal disease, but I promise you, I’m determined to get my happy ending.
From the USA Today bestselling author of the Bliss and Game series
Every girl dreams of their wedding. It’s supposed to be one of the most memorable moments of their life, right?
But instead of getting hers, Sarah Mason is sacrificing the designer dress, the gifts, the first dance—hell, even the right groom—and marrying her best friend to help her parents out of a bind.
Cameron Carsen always had an end game, and her name was Sarah Mason. He may have taken his time coming back into her life again, but the moment he sees her on the L train wearing what looks like a wedding dress and a cloud of dread, he knows it’s now or never.
With ten hours to change her mind and explain decisions he made in their past, he’s pulling out all the stops, one step down Memory Lane at a time.
Luckily for him, he’s got history, lust, and even the best friend on his side. If ever there was a time for Cam to be a game breaker, it’s now.