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The Game Of Love: House Of Sex, Scandal and Sexy Singles Paperback – 28 Mar 2013
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About the Author
Terry Towers is an Amazon, iTunes, Bookstrand and All Romance bestselling author, with her books translated into six languages. The Moan for Uncle Series, The Sibling Rivalry Series, The Girl From The Coffee Shop series and over a dozen other titles have all graced the erotica and romance bestsellers charts. **** **** **** **** When I write my books I want them to be hot enough to get my readers juices flowing, but at the same time have enough of a plot that my readers identify with the characters. I strive to make the readers of my books want, need and crave the characters to hook up. I hope you have as much fun reading the hot, kinky and sometimes raunchy activities of the heroes & heroines within my books as much as I enjoyed writing them for you. Hot erotic wishes to you my loyal readers, Terry
Top Customer Reviews
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Janelle and Mason are both at romantic dead ends when the book opens. They land on TV for different reasons, and straight into each other's arms. Of course, navigating love is always difficult, and much harder still under the camera and studio's constant watchful eye. These two are forced to confront some really wild obstacles on the way to a happy ending, including all the other contestants on the show.
Like most Towers books, this romance is a fine mix of story and steam. It's also lovely to watch Mason and Janelle express their love in front of a massive audience. The whole world is watching, but only their hearts know the truth.
Five stars for this unconventional, yet awesome contemporary erotic romance.
Janelle and Mason were the favourite! I thought Bambi added interest to the story especially with her antics. I did feel for Nadine.
One negative was, I hoped for an epilogue. I wanted to see them enjoy themselves in the future! But you can't have everything! Still it was a good HEA.
So Janelle’s motivation for going on the game show is that she wants to be able to afford to pay for her law school. Mason was basically tricked onto the show by his sister who put in the application for him. So neither one is really there to fall in love so to speak. I started getting worried when one of the supporting characters turned out to be a porn star. An overwhelmingly obnoxious porn star to boot. It’s not just that the character was obnoxious, I also thought the writer focusing so much on her, and her portrayal in general was just hard to deal with.
This is one of those books that literally has sex for sex’s sake. There’s one scene where the main character is walking through the mansion and walked by two people in the hot tub having what can only be described as sex straight out of a porno, the weird part was how okay with and normal the main character treated the experience.
I didn’t really feel any connection to the couple. They had the standard misunderstands that pull people apart, but even that just read as fake and not believable at all. I wish the story had actually been more of a story and not just throwing a bunch of people in a house together so you could describe them having sex. Now I’m not a person who is opposed to erotica, I just need the characters to have some kind of story and connection, for me there is no point if I have no emotional connection to the characters. This is where this story comes up infinitely short.