Game for Trouble (A Game for It Novel) [NOOK Book]

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He’ll play dirty to get what he wants…
 
Willow Cavanaugh would be happy if she never saw cocky football star Nick Hamilton again. Sure, their fling was the hottest she’d had, but he’s way too much of a playboy to settle down with one woman. Plus, she’s got her heart set on a piece of real estate for her catering business—and Nick owns that property.
 
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Overview



He’ll play dirty to get what he wants…
 
Willow Cavanaugh would be happy if she never saw cocky football star Nick Hamilton again. Sure, their fling was the hottest she’d had, but he’s way too much of a playboy to settle down with one woman. Plus, she’s got her heart set on a piece of real estate for her catering business—and Nick owns that property.
 
Nick may be at the top of his game, but all he wants is a second chance with Willow. When he offers to sell her his commercial space if she agrees to a series of dates with him, their chemistry is so scintillating that jumping back into bed seems like an inevitability. But Willow’s decided all’s fair in sex and blackmail. Little does she know, Nick’s playing to win…and she’s the prize.
 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622662722
  • Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/28/2013
  • Series: Entangled Brazen
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 250
  • Sales rank: 16,312
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author



USA TODAY bestselling author Karen Erickson writes what she loves to read—sexy contemporary romance and sensual historical romance. She has been digitally published since 2006 and when she’s not busily writing on deadline, she enjoys reading, hanging out with her family, and traveling. A native Californian, she lives in the foothills below Yosemite with her husband and three children, the dog, and too many cats. She is also the author of the Lone Pine Lake series, kicked off with Jane’s Gift, for Entangled’s Bliss line. Visit her at karenerickson.com.
 
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2014

    Disappointing

    After reading Sheridan & Jared's story, i will admit i was looking forward to Willow's story. Nick was HOT. Even though i liked Willow's spunk, her charactor came across as belligerent and a bit too needy. Too, too much back and forth. Hot & Cold could be interesting, except she was more cold than hot. I have read thousands of books, and this is the first female character that i didnt like. She was bent on being miserable, and you got the feeling at the end of the story that it wasnt a happy ending, but a lifetime of work for Nick.

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  • Posted December 26, 2013

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    ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Game For Tro

    ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***




    Game For Trouble by Karen Erickson
    Book Two of the Game For It series
    Publisher: Brazen
    Publication Date: October 28, 2013
    Rating: 3 stars
    Source: Kindle copy from Amazon (sent by Brazen - thank you!)




    ***Warning: this is an adult book, and for the eyes of mature readers***




    Summary (from Goodreads):




    He’ll play dirty to get what he wants… Willow Cavanaugh would be happy if she never saw cocky football star Nick Hamilton again. Sure, their fling was the hottest she’d had, but he’s way too much of a playboy to settle down with one woman. Plus, she’s got her heart set on a piece of real estate for her catering business—and Nick owns that property. Nick may be at the top of his game, but all he wants is a second chance with Willow. When he offers to sell her his commercial space if she agrees to a series of dates with him, their chemistry is so scintillating that jumping back into bed seems like an inevitability. But Willow’s decided all’s fair in sex and blackmail. Little does she know, Nick’s playing to win…and she’s the prize.




    What I Liked:




    First, thank you to the lovely Brazen publicist (looking at you, Jessica!) that gifted me a Kindle copy of this novel! That was so sweet, and she did not have to do that. I'm glad she did though! I had the opportunity to read this book, and while I didn't *love* it, I appreciate the thought. Thank you!




    This novel features Willow and Nick. Willow is kind of uptight, but she's determined to run her business on her own, without her father's money. Nick happens to be the owner of the building she wants to rent, and she has to make a business deal with him to get what she wants for her business. Nick agrees to her conditions, but she must do something for him: go out with him eight times (or was it nine? Go out with him for a fixed number of dates).




    This book follows the dates that Willow and Nick go on. I love the thought and creativity that Nick puts into the dates. Years ago, Willow's father forced Nick to break up with Willow. Years later, Nick is determined to have her back. He's a good man - he thinks about what Willow wants, and not just what he wants.




    The romance and chemistry in this book is pretty steamy, but it's not one of the steamier Brazen novels I've read. I liked it, for the most part, but I expected more. I had problems with Willow, which contributed to my problems with the chemistry and romance.




    But, the novel was a pretty okay novel. The ending was happy! Happy endings are great.




    What I Did Not Like:




    I had huge problems with Willow, which is why this book gets the low rating that it does. I pretty much flat-out hated Willow. She is insane, she leads Nick on a merry chase, a stupid dance, and she is ungrateful. She blames Nick for EVERYTHING, even AFTER she finds out that Nick left her only because her father forced him to break up with her. She's so annoying! And selfish! And rude! Horrible human being.




    I mean, I totally get that she wants to be Ms. Independent Businesswoman or whatever, but she can't appreciate a good thing if it were staring her in the face. Which it was. In the form of Nick Hamilton.




    Poor Nick. He deserved better. He spent all that time wooing a woman who is ungrateful. Blehh.




    Would I Recommend It:




    Err, not really. Yes and no. It was worth the read, but don't go breaking your neck for this one. For the most part, I love Brazen books, and there are plenty of awesome ones out there. Try a different Brazen book!




    Rating:




    3 stars. Pretty good, but not mind-blowing. I enjoyed the book though!

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

    GAME FOR TROUBLE was so much fun to read! It gave me exactly wha

    GAME FOR TROUBLE was so much fun to read! It gave me exactly what I look for in my steamy reads. Hot football player: check. Hot sex scenes: check. Second chance at love: check. Perfect recipe for a great read. Am I right?!




    I have to say that I was curious about Nick and Willow from the first book. I had a feeling that there may be something going between them. Turns out I was right. So, now here we are with this fiery couple. The story starts out with Willow and Nick meeting to negotiate on a property that Nick owns. Willow wants the space for her catering business. Well, Nick just wants Willow. So, he's going to play a little hard ball with her. He tells her he'll agree to leasing her the property if she agrees to go on dates with him. Willow wants the space bad enough that she agrees. Of course, it's not really a hardship to date a sexy guy, but these two have a history. 




    I think the fact that they had history is what I liked the most about this couple. We get bits and pieces of what happened between them and what caused their break-up throughout the book and honestly, I would have loved seeing flashback bits of them. But, I also appreciated the focus on the relationship in the now. They've both grown so much and well...they're older and more mature. Nick is definitely more prepared to balance a relationship and his career. And Willow, she's more settled and more independent. The timing may have been off for them in the past, but one thing is certain; they have a connection that can't be denied. 




    Overall, I really enjoyed Game For Trouble. Nick is one yummy dude and there were a lot of ways that I could relate to Willow. I loved seeing Jared and Sheridan again too. I love that they're all best friends. I'm also anxious to get to the next book in the series. I think it's going to be a good one! If you are a fan of steamy romance, check this series out!

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    Posted October 28, 2013

      

      

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

    Good Book! I am always eager to read a new Karen Erickson novel

    Good Book!

    I am always eager to read a new Karen Erickson novel and Game for Trouble does not disappoint. This is an explosive romance, with lots of lust, passion and true love. The main female character, Willow Cavanaugh, is successfully succeeding in the business world without her wealthy father's offers of investment. She loves her work, but sometimes uses it as a means to escape the one man that has rocked her world for years, football superstar Nick Hamilton. Willow was devastated after their short love affair ended, and now that Nick is back in her life, is unsure if she can trust him with her heart. She is ready for forever with him, but there are many barriers preventing her from being his.

    Nick's football career is flourishing and his team is on the verge of making it to the Superbowl. He is very popular with all the fans and women especially. However, he only wants Willow for his one and always. She challenges him and he finds her spunkiness endearing. He tries every trick in the book to have her in his life permanently, and luckily the truth saves the day.

    This is a hot, sexy, exciting read. The characters are likeable and the book flows at a nice pace from start to finish.

    ARC received from the publisher in exchange for a honest review.

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

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    Game for Trouble has it all. Hot professional football player? C

    Game for Trouble has it all. Hot professional football player? Check. Second chance romance? Check. Crazy, passionate chemistry? Double check. In Game for Marriage we met Willow Cavanaugh, Sheridan's best friend, and Nick Hamilton, Jared's teammate and friend. There was some hint at a deeper past between Willow and Nick but, it never came to light in the first book. Game for Trouble picks up more, or less, where GfM left off. Willow and Nick have been spotted smooching a few times but, Willow is dead set against allowing it to happen again. Instead she has decided to throw herself into her work and finally lease out a storefront for her business. Little does she know that Nick owns the building she is trying to lease. Nick is fine with the monetary aspects of their contract but, he wants more from Willow. He wants a second chance at the relationship he was forced to throw away years ago. 

    I am such a huge fan of second chance stories. I love that the characters already have a history and we can jump into the meat of the problems without the whole getting to know you bit. Especially with Willow and Nick, these two just start out with banter and laugh out loud interactions. I could tell from GfM that Willow was a little hellion, and she definitely solidifies that role in Game for Trouble. She tries so hard to resist Nick but, neither one of them can squash their lingering feelings. Willow stood up for herself in every aspect of this book, she is definitely not a wallflower just waiting to fall back into Nick's bed. Nick on the other hand, is pulling out all the stops to get Willow back in his life for good. Nick and Willow definitely have an "I hate you, I love you" relationship. They push and pull until they eventually collide and decide to come to terms with their past and their present situation. 

    I couldn't help but cheer for this couple. While they haven't necessarily lived tragic lives, they haven't had the easiest ones either. In Game for Trouble they have to defy the odds that everyone else is placing on them as well as the obstacles they create for themselves. It was not an easy journey for these two but, I definitely think it was worth it in the end. We get to see more of Willow's sensitive side in GfT that we weren't privy to in GfM, and we also get to delve deeper into Nick's character. Nick, for me, is basically the perfect man. He's sweet and caring but also goes after what he wants, and let's not forget the hot factor, because he has that in abundance as well :) I really can't wait for another book in this series. Karen Erickson has a penchant for creating such lovable characters that you cannot wait to read more about. Her books are equal parts hilarious and steamy and I have yet to find one that I could put down! Game for Trouble is out TODAY (10/28) so make sure to pick up a copy!!

    Happy Reading!
    *ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2014

    A hot sexy read!

    Willow Cavanaugh had once had her heart broken by football star Nick Hamilton. But she is unaware of the reason behind the break up. Nick Hamilton has lived his life hard and fast and a chance meeting with Willow after several years has him re-evaluating what he wants out of life. One thing is for sure and it's Willow he wants more than anything. The problem is figuring a way to make her believe he's serious. He may not go about it the right way but he won't give up until he makes her see him for today and not the past. The author did a great job with this story and the characters were connected with such intensity and sexual chemistry you can't help but want to see things come together for them. It was a very enjoyable read and highly recommend.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2013

    Disappointing

    This book was very disappointing. Im a huge sports fan, and a big romance novels fan, so sports romances are really fun for me. I thought the first book in this series was really good, good characters, good storyline, sweet romance. This book was nothing like the first one. Lame main characters, high school behavior and dialogue. I couldnt have cared less how their story worked out, couldnt wait for the book to be over. Very disappointing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    Super read

    ## Fantastic read. Unlike some of the other reviewers, I enjoyed Willow. I'm happy she was strong and wouldn't let the hero off the hook for stomping on her heart last time they were together. I hate when the hero is instantly forgiven. The hero Nick was definitely NOT my favorite hero. Some of the things he said and did rubbed me the wrong way. Especially when he flirts with every woman he encounters and when he listens to Jared and starts treating Willow meanly. However, I did like it when he stood up for himself against his PR people who wanted him to "pretend" date one of the pretty girls on staff. I love it that he said "no". I felt every bit of the angst the author was trying to convey. All in all a terrific read. I just wish I could've liked the hero more, ergo only 4 stars. Still, I will be reading again.

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  • Posted November 21, 2013

    Nick Hamilton, a star football player for the San Jose Hawks, ha

    Nick Hamilton, a star football player for the San Jose Hawks, had loved and left Willow Cavanaugh. He broke her heart. That was six years ago. Now he realizes his mistake and wants her back, but that won't be easy. She is still hurt and bitter over what happened. Will these two soul mates end up together? Karen Erickson is a wonderful storyteller. She has written a steamy and well plotted story that keeps you hooked. I loved Nick! He is an Alpha who won't give up. He adores Willow and he is determined to claim her. Willow appears to the world as cold and determined, but on the inside she is vulnerable and afraid to take a chance on love. The chemistry between these two is off the charts. I enjoyed seeing Sheridan and Jared Quinn (Game For Marriage). It was fun to catch a glimpse of their life together. This is a very passionate romance by a talented author that will leave you breathless.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2013

    Good

    Good

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  • Posted November 13, 2013

    3.75 stars:  GAME FOR TROUBLE is the second instalment in Karen

    3.75 stars:  GAME FOR TROUBLE is the second instalment in Karen Erickson’s contemporary romance Game For It series. This is Willow and Nick’s storyline.  Nick is a player for the San Jose Hawks professional football team and we were first introduced to the players in Game for Marriage-book one-Jared and Sheridan’s story.
    The premise of Game for Trouble follows Nick as he tries to win back Willow’s heart.  Years before Nick and Willow were in a relationship when Nick abruptly ended the couple.  Not knowing the ‘what or the why’, Willow has had a difficult time forgiving Nick for abandoning her.  Fast forward several years later and Nick wants a second chance but Willow remembers the hurt and the pain.
    The relationship between Willow and Nick begins acrimonious at best.  Nick offers a deal-Willow wants something from Nick and Nick wants Willow.  8 dates and they call it even.  If Willow does not want Nick after the 8 dates, he won’t bother her again. As the storyline unfolds, so too does the relationship until Nick tells her the truth about why he left years before.
    The world building continues from the previous storyline in that Sheridan and Jared play a small role in this particular premise.  We watch as a second chance at love is destroyed when the truth is finally revealed.
    My only complaint is Willow’s almost bi-polar personality.  I know I use this term in many reviews, but she pulls and pushes the man that she loves in every direction.  She is aggressive and determined, which at times comes across as too strong.
    Game for Trouble is another interesting and sweet romantic storyline by Karen Erickson. There is a little bit of football where we are introduced to a fellow player and publicist.  It looks like Karen may be setting up for her next story. If you like an uncomplicated story about second chances, Game for Trouble is a wonderful read.
    Copy supplied by the publisher.

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  • Posted November 10, 2013

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    So, I finished Game for Trouble by Karen Erickson. I actually ha

    So, I finished Game for Trouble by Karen Erickson. I actually have been dying to read this before it even had a title. If you had read Game for Marriage you would remember Nick and Willow and how there was this chemistry between them. However, they were secondary characters and weren't really important to Game for Marriage. Now Nick and Willow have there story and there is a little more than what I was expecting.

    Willow has had an issue with football players, and thinking that they were players in more than one way. Only way you get those kind of thought is when you get burn by a athlete and you have scars from the incident. Which Willow does. Six years early Willow dated Nick Hamilton and she got dumped in the harshest way. Of course she's going to carry a chip on her shoulder when it comes to Nick.

    Nick is a good ol' southern boy who was madly in love with Willow six years ago, but he did an idiot thing and dumped her. It wasn't because he wanted to play the field; no, it was Willow's good old daddy making the calls. After all he didn't want Willow entangled in with a football player, because she will get hurt.

    Basically, Nick is trying to win back Willow in the story. Poor Nick. The guy has to jump through hoops to get Willow to look at him and he might have gone about it the wrong way. However, the more they hang out together, the more Willow starts to melt and land into Nick.

    Overall, the story is really good for a past lovers story. They both want each other, but the past still hangs in the air and does jeopardizes the relationship. Plus, it doesn't help that Willow runs hot and cold when she's around Nick. Yes, it's a self-preservation mechanism, but I'm surprise Nick held on for so long. I guess love will make you do anything. I absolutely love Nick with his southern charm; it's easy to fall in love with him. So, if you love hot football players that will have you melting by his charm, you might consider reading Game for Trouble. Nick Hamilton is definitely trouble looking for.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2013

    Worth the wait!

    This second book in this author's series Game For It was quick, funny, real and had a sweet HEA. Nick and Willow's love affair was meant to happen eventually despite how they first broke apart.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2013

    Enjoy

    Really enjoyed this story but i hope there is more to come. Nick and willow were real and heartwarming

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2013

    As good as the 1st book!

    I was anxiously awaiting this release because I enjoyed the 1st book so much. Well, anything Karen writes is awesome. But this book was great! The 2 main characters were funny, romantic, and HOT! Can't wait to see what's next!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    This book is realy sexy to me

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    Really enjoyed this story. Good story and steamy. Well worth it!

    Really enjoyed this story. Good story and steamy. Well worth it!

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

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    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly 3 out of 5

    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly
    3 out of 5 Licks

    Let me start out by saying I want Willow to cater a party for me! I love cotton candy and gourmet flavors sound super yummy!! Ok on to the story-lol. Nick and Willow were likable enough but they just didn't grab me like the first book (Game For Marriage) in the series did. I still enjoyed the book but found that I was able to put it down to watch TV or go to bed. For me there wasn't enough conflict to keep me invested. The intimacy between these two is apparent and they certainly make a hot couple. I did enjoy the witty banter between the two of them. I love a couple that argues back and forth-it always creates some funny moments. If you enjoy heroes who play football and the feisty women that love them you should definitely check this series out!

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  • Posted October 28, 2013

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    My rating: 3.5 of 5 ¿¿ Six years ago, Willow Cavanaugh was a

    My rating: 3.5 of 5 ¿¿




    Six years ago, Willow Cavanaugh was a nineteen year old rich daddy's girl, who fell head over heels for the cocky up and coming football star, Nick Hamilton. After a hot and heavy summer fling she was unceremoniously dumped, and left heartbroken. Now she is no longer taking handouts from daddy, building a business for herself and the last person she needs back in her life is Nick. Too bad the building she has her eye set on for expanding her business is owned by none other than.....you guessed it!




    On top of his game, Nick Hamilton is positive he can get back in Willow's good graces. He has never quite gotten over the beautiful and vivacious girl from all those years ago, and is determined to find her back under all the defensive layers she has put up. Even if it means resorting to blackmail if it gets him results. That she is not immune to him becomes clear pretty quickly. 




    Willow keeps her emotional distance, despite Nick's insistence he is serious in his pursuit. She is not about to give her heart once again, just to have it shattered all over. Nick will have to amp up his game to prove himself to her.




    ****




    Definitely a fun read!! Fast-paced and sexy with very likeable characters. A fairly familiar 'love rekindled' trope, but done with enough 'zing' and heat, plus the addition of a hot football star in the lead, to make for some additional interest.




    Willow is portrayed as a slightly bittered and not very approachable workaholic, who is simply trying hard to establish herself in her own right on her own terms, without having her life controlled and directed by her father or getting her heart trampled on. It takes a bit of convincing and building of trust before she is willing to let go of her shields.




    Nick is the quintessential jock to whom sports was the road to success. Once there he realizes his success means little without the one person beside him who has always stayed important to him. He finds where before he would give up everything for his sport, now he would give anything to be with her.




    ¿Very engaging, sweet and juicy!!¿




    **ARC provided in return for an honest review.**

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