GAME OF LOVE
[ 3-day rental ]
GAME OF LOVE
Natasha Lacey was born and raised in Sutton Minster, and what’s left of her family still resides there at a place known as Lacey Court. Now on the brink of thirty, Natasha has resigned herself to being a virgin spinster for the rest of her days. That is until she suddenly finds herself trapped in the passionate embrace of the devilishly handsome Luke Templecombe! With her mind in a tizzy from the desire welling up inside her, Natasha struggles to fend off the alluring Luke.
|Reading terms||3-day rental / membership period|
Heroine was asked by her cousin to pretend to be her in a party since her cousin was seen by hero and got misunderstood. And hero knew the truth but didn't say a word; however, he tried to seduce her for fun. After that, heroine found herself fell in love with hero. But hero's was hurt by his mother, and didn't trust in women, including heroine…
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- 2.5 not much 3
- JAB 05/03/2019
I did like that the heroine said NO to her reckless the cousin the first time and said she needed to pick up after herself but I wish she held onto that NO. It's understandable that the cousin was caught leaving her ex-date's room in the morning after the night of her engagement by her fiancée's cousin. The very man who holds prejudice towards all woman for his mother abandoning his father and him that eventually led his father to his "accident" with a whole bottle of sleeping pills. Nothing happened of course but perception can go estrange. However, with how the cousin was acting like a snot with the fake cries and pulling face was dumb. If I had been the heroine, I would have said, "Treat me like that when I'm covering for your screw ups and I won't do Boo!" right front of the person who she was crying into. Moving onto the hero and heroine's relationship: hot and cold. I wasn't really intrigued with the passionate embraces then sudden accusatory tones between one another. I did like the heroine telling the hero straight to his face of what his problem is. The hero was alright in some cases with actually using the phrase, "I'm sorry" when he saw that he was wrong. However, it was hard to read and like how the story went. In the end, they get the confession and the marriage proposal but it wasn't really my cup of tea.
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