voice of an angel.
body of an Adonis.
the man I happened to have a one-night stand with in Vegas.
big deal, right? What happens in Vegas… Well, you know how the saying goes.
I mention I was once engaged to Asher’s brother?
walked away, hoping my momentary lack of judgment would stay in the past.
should have known it wouldn’t, not with my luck.
Asher York is back in my life, and that flame I hoped would flicker and die
still burns bright.
can I put my heart on the line, knowing this man has the power to obliterate
I allow myself to come between two brothers?
only one way to find out.
the games begin…
Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
So many angsty jaw dropping stars for this book! Lord, but I was HOOKED on this book. I mean could not put it down had to know what would happen HOOKED! So much emotion. So much turmoil. So much passion. Whew! I was on constant overload with Asher and Izzy and I loved every second of it!
Passion seems like such an understatement with these two. What they have is love magnified to the extreme. There was so much standing between them but nothing could break that connection. Everything that these two go through seems to ultimately just make them stronger. Even when it did feel a bit like my heart was being ripped out I just knew it was going to be put back together. And it was, more beautifully than I could have imagined.
Ari’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
T.K. Leigh just gave me my first five star read of the year and it was amazing! Dangerous Games had everything. Everything? EVERYTHING. A captivating storyline from page one, touches of nail-bitting suspense, all the delicious angst, and all the damn feels. And let’s not forget the amazing hero that is Asher York. My little bookworm heart never stood a chance!
Not only was Asher fantastic, but I adored he and Izzy together. Their red-hot passion and undeniable connection made for romance I couldn’t look away from. *This* was must-read romance! 5 stars.
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One minute, I’m confident it’s all in my head. The next, I
feel something I didn’t think possible, confident Asher does, too. This is why
I’ve avoided dating for so long. It’s too stressful.
“Well, if you change your mind, give me a shout.”
She shoots her eyes to mine before spinning around. I’m
about to pull my hand away, but Asher tightens his grasp.
I try not to read too much into it. We’re just two friends
holding hands. Hell, there were quite a few nights I’d dozed off on his
shoulder as I listened to him strum his guitar at the lake house.
Each summer, I looked forward to spending time there. After
dinner, we’d sit by the lake, a campfire burning, and actually talk to each
other. No distractions. Spending time together in a way most people no longer
do in this technology-driven society. Jessie would inevitably go inside early,
complaining about the mosquitos, despite not having a single bite on his flesh.
I should have known then we were incompatible. He hated everything to do with
nature, preferring the pace of the city. While I love urban life, I enjoy
getting away from it all, too. Something I haven’t had the opportunity to do
for too long now.
A squeeze on my hand brings me back from my memories, and I
return my eyes to Asher as he releases his hold. “Sorry. I shouldn’t have used
you as a barrier, but I don’t think she would have gotten the hint otherwise.”
About T.K. Leigh
Today Best-Selling author of the Beautiful Mess series, in addition to several
other works. Originally from New England, she now resides in sunny Southern
California with her husband, dog, and three cats, all of which she has rescued
(including the husband). In late 2015, she gave birth to her first (and only)
baby. When she’s not planted in front of her computer, writing away, she can be
found training for her next marathon (of which she has run over fifteen fulls
and far too many halfs to recall) or keeping her daughter entertained.