He’s forbidden in every sense of the word. But is that enough to keep him away?
It all started in Vegas.
Now I know what you’re thinking…
What happens in Vegas is supposed to stay in the city of sin. Normally, I’d be inclined to agree. Until Lincoln Moore walks into my life.
On paper, we mix as well as oil and water.
He’s confident. Commanding. Successful. Master of his universe.
I’m a hot mess, barely holding on as I struggle to balance my job, finally finishing college, and keeping my mother sober.
But when the lights go out nothing else matters.
Until I learn the truth of who Lincoln Moore actually is.
Sure, I probably should have put the pieces together sooner, but our early days haven’t exactly been filled with riveting philosophical discussions about the meaning of life, if you know what I mean.
That still doesn’t diminish the fact he could lose everything by being with me.
But is that enough to keep us apart? Or is what we have worth the risk?
There’s only one way to find out.
Let the games begin…
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The Dating Games Series Recommended Reading Order
Each book in this series can be enjoyed separately as each revolves around a different couple, but for the best reading experience it is recommended to read in the order below.
1. Dating Games
2. Wicked Games
2.5. Mind Games
3. Dangerous Games
4. Royal Games
Customer ReviewsSee All
The main characters had great chemistry.
What a love story!
The chemistry between Lincoln and Chloe was like a modern day fairy tale mixed with so much drama and emotion. I couldn’t put the book down and read it in a day! It easily became so far my favorite book in the series!
Im a huge fan of this author so when a new book comes out I get excited because she doesn’t disappoint. We first meet Lincoln and Chloe in night games and completely fell in love with them. Nothing stays in Vegas that’s for sure. These 2 have amazing chemistry Chloe loves hard and protects everyone she loves. So reading about these 2 I couldn’t get enough some parts were hard but this author doesn’t disappoint. Never does.