Games People Play by Shelby Reed

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In the end, what we have here is a straightforward story populated by mature, fairly well-rounded adults, told lovingly.
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What she’s wanted…
Sydney Warren is a successful painter of erotic landscapes—just the artful fantasies of a woman whose own life has been stripped of passion. Though she has stayed loyal to her boyfriend, Max, he’s unable to ignite the sparks they once shared, leaving Sydney wanting. Then comes the stranger, a work of art himself, and everything changes.
is what she’s getting…
With chestnut hair, mesmerizing green eyes, and the perfect body, Colm Hennessy is every woman’s fantasy. He too is aroused, and more intrigued by the beautiful artist than he expected to be—because it wasn’t supposed to happen this way. For there’s something about Colm that Sydney doesn’t know...
in the ultimate game of control.
Colm is only pretending to be a model. He’s been hired by Max to seduce her—a twisted scheme to test her fidelity. But Max never imagined that Colm would feel something real. As Sydney and Colm’s intimacy grows, as passions neither expected are unleashed, the stakes in a cruel game are raised—and desire isn’t the only thing set to spiral out of control.

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At the age of ten, Shelby Reed wrote her first romance with Prince Charming—literally!—as the hero, and it’s been non-stop story-spinning ever since. Despite the idealistic place from which she embarked, she’s partial to writing realistic, flawed, multi-faceted characters, lush emotion, and the ever-possible happy ending. When not pecking away at the computer keyboard, Shelby enjoys creative projects such as portraiture and decorating, dabbles in Tarot, and lives a bucolic life with her own Prince Charming in North Florida. Author website:  
Published June 4, 2013 by Berkley. 305 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by July on Jun 17 2013

In the end, what we have here is a straightforward story populated by mature, fairly well-rounded adults, told lovingly.

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