Games Girls Play

Games Girls Play was a really interesting read. I’m always up for a book about spies and assassins, especially when they involve women…the most dangerous thing in the world. This author really knew what she was doing and had me from the first page. I just have to throw in that cover page fits the characters to a T. After reading the book you know exactly who is who and what their specialty is.

I think it’s interesting how the characters found love and it’s not only great but amazing that they have a little contest of sorts going on. You can tell that Rose and Jane are very good at their jobs and love each other very much. For a second there I didn’t think they were going to make it, but they are a double threat and work better together than against.

I must say that the sex scenes in this book are off the wall. They are very detailed and specific, you can literally picture the scene in your head. Rose and Jane put their all in and get taken away, they are not afraid to show their vulnerability to each other. When Rose got taken Jane didn’t leave her there and say that’s it, nope she went and got her girl and I think that’s what love is really about. It’s that sacrificing of yourself for your other half even when it will or could kill you.

Book Blurb for Games Girls Play

Hands-on assassin Rose has the best job in the world and no issue at all with taking out the bad guys. In fact, the only problem Rose has in her life is the game of sexy one-upmanship she’s playing with her biggest competition, Jane. Jane is a sniper who likes to do her job from a distance, but no matter who manages to do the job first, the ladies get together afterward to argue over who gets the fee, and have hot make-up sex at the same time.

When Rose is burned by the family of one of her marks, though, the game changes. When Jane’s handler tells her she gets the honor of taking Rose out, Jane knows she can’t just kill her best girl. Jane must rescue Rose in time to keep both of them alive, or their lust-filled contest will end with a very final bang.

A Romantica® female/female erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2014 4.00