There are a few unbreakable rules in the game. Stay collected. Compartmentalize. Think your next move through. Never let your heart dictate your tactics. The heart is impulsive. The heart makes bad decisions. The heart doesn't see the long game.
The heart may have decided to get Adam back, but when the endgame comes, the heart's going to be the one to break.
This full-length novel is the conclusion to the Games Duet.
PLEASE NOTE: This audio is done in DUAL, not DUET style. I'm sorry it doesn't match Marriage Games, but it couldn't be arranged.
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By Amazon Customer on 05-03-17
Intelligently analysed relationship
A little over analytical at times.
Excellent characters, Diane irritated me immensely with her mixed signals, telling Adrian to go away and the her internal dialogue 'fight for me'. I think this is quite common among women though.
I could totally understand the not loving certain parts of a person/Partner.
Very intelligent writing.
By Kindling Micky on 21-01-17
Satisfying culmination to the duet
This installment was truly exciting up to about 65% then it did settle somewhat but I'm completely satisfied by the story. These characters have been all consuming and a flawed as they were, I was utterly immersed in their relationship, their separation and their games. This duet has been stand out and memorable.
The narration was excellent and I understand now why it wasn't duet style, it still works exceptionally well.
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By URSULA G on 01-03-17
Tiresome, Juvenile and Exhausting
It was hard to believe these two were adults with successful business careers. The incessant games and the back and forth, I think I got whiplash. These two didn't seem to know the meaning of love -- they only loved each other when they behaved a certain way. I really liked the first book, Marriage Games but this one, not as much. Normally, I really like stories by CD Reiss and so far this is my least favorite. Much of the nonsense and inner turmoil of this book should have been eliminated and added the meat of this book to the first book. I was so sick of Diana and Adam about half way through, I didn't care whether stayed together or not.
The narration is amazing and it certainly gave more interest to this book than I would have given it otherwise.
The duet is worth one credit, not two.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Maria on 02-08-17
Worst story ever.
The female character was the most infuriating, ignorant, indecisive, childish, selfish heroine I've ever read. I suffered through this antagonizing back and forth, ridiculously long story, only because I paid for it and hate to waste money. BDSM can be done without glorifying rape. This book was a total waste of time and money. The only good thing about it was the skill of the narrator. I won't be purchasing anything else by this author.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful