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Games Girls Play

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  • Posted December 17, 2009

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    This book gave you a quick insight into the lives of three women who work together and the men they fall for. Each woman's story was a little on the short side but entertaining and you can keep up with the characters through all three short stories.

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  • Posted June 17, 2009

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    Deanna Lee's anthology contains three fun interrelated contemporary heated sports relationship tales

    "Dangerous Play". The three best friends, Tara Marcus, Kristen Travis and Sonya Carson run a public relations firm with their clients being professional athletes. Their job is to prevent the prima donnas from destroying their images, but at times must do spins to rectify nightmares. Tara's current task is to soften the image of Atlanta soccer star Joshua Keller having been photographed leaving a notorious BDSM club.

    "Man in Motion". Sonya is about to punt her lover pro football player Caleb Howard to the sidelines. He would rather play games rather than deal with life's complications.

    "Double Team". Kristen is ready to slam dunk with two basketball stars, Adam McGregor and Neal Davidson in a tryst in which no blood no foul. She hopes these hoop hunks can take her mind off of their enemy mean Jean Turst.

    Deanna Lee's anthology contains three fun interrelated contemporary heated sports relationship tales. The tales are fun to follow as the women cross the line with their clients. Although the Turst scenario is not adequately closed, fans will enjoy soccer, football, and basketball not for the games the guys play but for the GAMES GIRLS PLAY with these hunks.

    Harriet Klausner

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