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The Seduction Game (Entangled Indulgence)

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  • Posted April 15, 2014

    I loved this story and it's characters!! This is a marvelous st

    I loved this story and it's characters!! This is a marvelous story of two people who despite their differences learn that different doesn't mean not! Geeky Kate, Super Hot Alpha Will and Meg (who deserves a story of her own)! I loved Will's tenacity with Kate, Will recognizes his desire for Kate and doesn't let her hostility and snarky attitude derail him. It's not often a man recognizes the potential for a relationship before the woman! Kate thinks her geeky-ness and refusal to sell her business to be an obstruction and Will feels the geeky-ness is a definite attraction, though the refusal to sell her business does throw a wrench in the cog! But the dialogue is so "spot on" that I couldn't wait to read Will's and Kate's exchanges with Meg's opinion thrown in for good measure! This is such a wonderful "feel-good" story that I can't wait to pick up another of Ms. Shortt's books. I so would of purchased this book if I hadn't received a complimentary copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review!

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

    Geek girl meets billionaire... This fun romance that captures th

    Geek girl meets billionaire... This fun romance that captures the popularity of geek culture, but the twist that the geek is the girl and the guy is the "normal"one.  Kate owns and runs  a computer repair business from her home and Will wants to buy the property so his company can move forward with a large development deal. Hijinks ensue and the hero and heroine fall in love. 




    I think the author did an awesome job of capturing scify culture...for example Kate's nickname for will is "the Borg". Katie also references dr. Who and on cos play convention fun. This is great read that will be an instant geek classic. 

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  • Posted April 14, 2014

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    Emma Shortt sure knows how to entertain a lady! She never fails

    Emma Shortt sure knows how to entertain a lady! She never fails to disappoint me and I was yet again pleased and giddy to read one of her books. This girl can write. From erotic romances like her fantastically orgasmic Club Smex, to some very hot negotiations with a trio of billionaire’s in her Criminal Seduction trilogy and whacking zombies with a machete in nothing but purple panties in Waking Up Dead, Emma Shortt’s writing transports me from the bore of everyday life into worlds filled with whirlwinds of passion, sex and romance, with a brilliant storyline to boot.
    In The Seduction Game, all of us get to embrace our inner (and not so inner) geek, and for those of you who have your geeky-self hidden somewhere in the depths of your souls, you can now scoop it out and let it roam free, because it is about to get seduced until your toes curl. The slow build-up to the sweet romance that is inevitable was laced with geek-isms and it made for quite a different read. 
    Kate Kelly is a brilliantly written character. She’s geeky and quirky, the kind of girl you can definitely expect to meet in the world out there these days. She’s a gamer and a computer geek (even owning her own computer repair/supping up store) who’s pretty awkward around people and even more awkward around sex and penises. I loved the way I could actually see her grow and change in a subtle way. She may be geeky and quirky but she stands her ground strongly and can throw quite a figurative punch to your heart at moments.
    Then we get the hero. I really thought he was quite a jerk in the first two chapters, but he turns out to be everything a girl could want and more. The exact opposite of Kate, he’s the millionaire who really wants Kate’s building for his new project. Reading the blurb of the book, it describes him as a millionaire bad boy, when he is in fact not a bad boy at all. Will is the nicest guy I’ve read about  in a romance novel and I was so happy he didn’t end up changing his ways and giving up a part of himself to please the girl. And boy, he could come please me anytime. He did, however, manage to grow a bit of a geeky part to himself and I felt tears prickling my eyes while I was bubbling with laughter at the big grand gesture he does for Kate. Yep, Will is the perfect gentleman.
    I admit I did not get the Dr, Who reference, because I have never watched the series, but it seemed like a pretty important part of the book so I googled it. I still don’t fully understand and might just end up watching the series. So kudos to you Emma, because I might just get addicted.
    Now, I’m done talking about this book, why don’t you just go and buy it? You know you want to!

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  • Posted August 17, 2014

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    Geek meets alpha, hot, sexy millionaire bad boy. I'm a geek of

    Geek meets alpha, hot, sexy millionaire bad boy.

    I'm a geek of sorts and this put me on a happy high. Love for the geeks of the world can be seen in black and white and in print. Kate is a sexy geek that doesn't know her own appeal to the opposite sex until him. But is his delight in her or the fact he wants her building. The Seduction Game delivers a hottie meets geek romance that is worth coming back for. 

    Shortt has given me a delight and will have me coming back for more. She wove a beautiful story that entices one to come in and want more.

    Thanks, NetGalley.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2014

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    This story was wonderful...love Will & Kate!!

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  • Posted April 16, 2014

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    Kate is a computer whiz with her own store. But that store is at

    Kate is a computer whiz with her own store. But that store is at risk from the millionaire Will Thornton. He wants to knock the store down because it sits in the middle of his new development. Kate is determined to play the waiting game and hope he just goes away. Will has other plans. He thinks Kate is cute (in her own nerdy sort of way) and plans on flirting his way into getting her to sell. 




    What follows is one of the more humorous and exciting romances I've read without actually becoming a comedy or suspense. Kate was hilarious. She's was perfectly awkward and totally unfraid to own her inner an outer nerd (there is a convention involved). Will seems to be the perfect handsome rich boy, but deep down there's more to him. As Will and Kate get to know each other both of their plans begin to crumble. 
    But there's a third party involved that's willing to do a little more across the line type of stuff to try and get her to sell her store and it may just tear Will and Kate apart as well. I loved this book. I loved the side characters. I loved the setting. I loved the story. I don't think I would have changed anything and I've always had a soft spot for the nerd finding their perfect match. 




    *This book was received in exchange for an honest review* 

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