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3.8 6
by Lexxie Couper

Getting the upper hand—and foot—was never this naughty.

Party Games, Book 3

As the man who snared the reins of his father’s global media empire and propelled it to new heights, Lachlan McDermott is accustomed to people jumping to obey his every command. He knows he is painted as handsome, arrogant and influential

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Twister 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read this book about 100 times already and i'm on my 101th time readg it. It is the best book in the world.
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SmittenWithReading More than 1 year ago
My Review: What a fabulously fun and sexy book. Cameron left the world of modeling behind 15+ years ago and has since been remodeling cars, houses, and working as an exclusive photographer. She has no desire to revisit the life that she once led until one horrible night which made her drop it all. BUT she's become friends with one of the models she's been working with and is intrigued by her older brother, the enigmatic Lochlan McDermott. With promises of his attendance, she goes to the high profile party planning to meet the guy whose held her fascination. She does meet him, but he has a hard time separating her from Kole, the focus of his teenage fantasies and the model that he despises simply because of that profession. For Lochlan, he has his own issues which can be traced back to a slew of models who flitted in and out of his father's life during his teenage years. Most of them were after one thing...his father's money and influence and cared little about much else. As a result, he has a personal rule...he will NOT get involved with a model, not even if she's Kole, the model who's life-size poster graced the wall of his wall for two years during his teenage years. Unfortunately, his body doesn't get the message and it reacts to her every time she comes close. There is TONS of sexual chemistry in this book which Lexxie writes so incredibly well. But that isn't all there is to the book. I liked the rich and complex histories to both these characters. It adds a lot to the story. Overall, it was just really a fun story. I have to admit I love the premise to the series too...it's an exclusive party in Sydney. All the stories take place at the same party as hook ups occur around the games at the party. You get to see glimpses of the characters from the other books as you move throughout the party with the characters in this book. Just too fun!
KittyKelly28 More than 1 year ago
As posted on The Smutty Kitty: 4 out of 5 Licks With another awesome cover we have the latest in the Party Games series Twister. Lachlan is a bit of an ass to Cameron but really most of us seem to like our heroes to be ass holes every now and then. lol :) Poor Cameron is finding it hard to figure out who she really is when she is around him and she really wants to like Lachlan. Unfortunately he keeps pushing her as far away as he can. After the sparks fly and they hit it off she sees a softer side to him and begins to think he might be different, but then his jerk side resurfaces. After dealing with his model stepmom Lachlan told himself he could never be with one so he is reluctant to say the least. After an unusual morning encounter where Cameron kicks him out he is more confused than ever. I like that Cameron has a past and decided to turn her tragedy into good for other young models in the business. Lachlan even shows that in the end he can be a good guy when he understands what's going on around him. The end felt slightly rushed to me and acceptance a little too easy but this is a book and expect to find a HEA or at the very least a HFN at the end. So go on buy it and tell me what you think. I don't think you will disappointed with the read! ;) Fine Print: This book was offered in exchange for an honest review.