A new Dark Suspense by New York Times & USA Today Bestselling author Clarissa Wild!
Fifty million dollars for three weeks of your life in the hands of a total stranger. Would you do it?
When Naomi Lee finds herself out of a job and out of the money she needs to pay her father’s medical bills, she receives an anonymous letter, containing an offer she can’t refuse.
Max Marino, a wealthy businessman, wants her and he’ll pay any price.
Three weeks of her time, no-holds-barred, in exchange for fifty million dollars.
With no other means to pay her bills, Naomi has no choice but to accept.
However, Naomi isn’t the only one who signs the contract.
And Max isn’t alone in his deal.
Three brothers …
Nine girls …
All competing for the ultimate prize … marriage.
Let the games begin.
Warning: contains disturbing content some readers may find offensive.
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When I read the preview for this book, I was intrigued. And then baffled!! I like Ms. Wild's work, but I can't decide if it's good or bad. It's your judgement call.
Let the wicked graphic games begin.
The Wicked Bride Games was explicitly sexually graphic in detailing the competition between the men and girls. Both were all fighting at a chance to become the remaining power couple who had to outwit, outplay, and outlast in a game of survival. The rules were simple yet not defined. I'd compared it to a game of Russian roulette with a kinky sadist edge.
The story was shared in both Max and Naomi's POV. The story was told in four parts. Both men and women competed for a limited time under the terms of a signed contract for fifty million dollars. The ladies were hand chosen.
I issue a warning: the story contained explicit sexual scenes.
The concept was clever for a dark taboo story. This story is not intended for people with sensitivity towards abuse, humiliation, degrading women, demeaning women, and disgracing women. Keep an open mind. Clarissa has a dirty and kinky mind that at times could and did get raunchy.
The games were not organized, structured, or communicated to the women ahead of time. No agenda was coordinated, no time frame was given to determine how long each competition would last, no indication how many competitions would occur, and no plan as to who would participate. Basically these women agreed to anything the men decided for their pleasure. As a reader this was the thrilling part to read about the unexpected occurrences of the competitions.
It was a wicked insane game in a house designed for pain, torture, and pleasure. Let the games begin.
Dark and Spicy
Holy Balls! I'm both aroused and very scared. This book is both Hot and Demented. No idea what's going to happen till your jaw hits the ground and you can't blink because of what you just read.
This is not for the faint of heart, this is not a clean happy romance. This is dark at its finest. This is beyond naughty fantasy and freakish nightmares. this is a bride game you will not soon forget.
Clarissa Wild is a genius at bringing us into a world we should be running screaming from, but leaving us panting for more.