"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.
**Formerly Game Ender**
The thing about BJ Harvey's books is they are fun, a little emotional and a whole lot of sexy.
I absolutely loved this series and was so excited to get Thomas and Amy's story. BJ Harvey didn't disappoint.
This book had me laughing out loud, shedding a couple tears and swooning. It's refreshing to have a story that some people can relate to.
Even though this book can be read as a standalone I highly recommend you read the series as the characters intertwine through all the books.
Perfect Friends to Lovers story - huge whoosh!
"Remember when I said I wanted the whoosh?..."
First this series, there is so much to love about it. And I'll get into that later. But Thomas and Amy - WOW - what can I say about a story that delivered everything about a contemporary romance that gave me my whoosh. When I sit down to be entertained by a story, THIS is what I expect. BJ Harvey delivered and more.
What does the story offer that my preference as a reader is so tickled by? Well, for the entire Game series, Ms Harvey has each couple someone that you can imagine running into the grocery store. The characters are completely identifiable to real world situations. They were funny and quirky. I loved witnessing them falling into like then love. Thomas and Amy break apart the traditional definitions of what a family is and should be. These characters develop the relationship into something that is more than just physical attraction. And something they both want to make work. Do they have their moments ? Sure and just like any adult they work through the issues as adults. No big drama or heavy angst which is this reader's preference.
Can this be read as a standalone? Most definitely. Do I recommend that? Nope and here is why: I loved this entire series and all the cast of characters. You would be doing yourself a disservice as a reader to not gobble up this books in whatever order you want to read them in. 5 out of 5 whoosh
Reviewed after receiving free copy from author
What do I say about this book? So many things. How you start off laughing at the prologue, the most epic birth scene ever, and the love that blossoms and grows. I am totally head over heels for Thomas. Totally love him! And Amy is a tough chick with a heart of gold. I loved this tremendously. Was so much fun to read!!! This is a definite must have