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It'S How You Play The Game

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In this follow up to The Name of the Game, Seth and Clay's friend Anthony decides to cater his happy friends' wedding. Problem is, he can't cook, so he signs on to take lessons, willing to do whatever it takes to help out.

Anthony bumps into the most amazing man at cooking school, a guy named Roan, who seems more edible than anything on the menu during class. Roan thinks Anthony is quite a dish, too, and sets out to demolish Anthony's defenses,...

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Overview

In this follow up to The Name of the Game, Seth and Clay's friend Anthony decides to cater his happy friends' wedding. Problem is, he can't cook, so he signs on to take lessons, willing to do whatever it takes to help out.

Anthony bumps into the most amazing man at cooking school, a guy named Roan, who seems more edible than anything on the menu during class. Roan thinks Anthony is quite a dish, too, and sets out to demolish Anthony's defenses, captivating and seducing.

Happy to play around, Anthony allows himself to be seduced, but Roan starts to push for something more. Unsure that he wants to make such a commitment, Anthony backs away, but Roan has a reason to live life like there's no tomorrow, and he doesn't want to take no for an answer.

Like a game of fire and ice, Anthony and Roan come together and split apart, trying to find a middle ground. Can they find a way to be as happy as Seth and Clay?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781603702072
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 11/28/2007
  • Pages: 244
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2008

    Fun, Fun, Fun

    Willa's writing style is like a breath of fresh air: carefree and fun. In this sequel to 'The Name of the Game,' we are treated to Anthony's story. But don't worry, we get to see plenty of Seth and Clay very much the domesticated couple: disagreeable and later on -- very agreeable, in a very kinky way. Anthony looks at Seth and Clay, and he just doesn't get it and he surely doesn't want to get it either -- happily ever afters, that is. He takes a cooking class so he can cater a special event, but what he actually signed up for was 'Erotic Cooking 101.' So Anthony pairs up with the only other man present, Roan, and the fun starts. This is a delightful tale of 'Never say Never.' Anthony's a fun quirky character and watching him fall apart and fall in love was hilarious. Roan knows what he wants and he pursues Anthony with a hilarious single-minded intensity. While Anthony is having visions of back alleys and one night stands, Roan wants the big 'LTR.' And Roan won't take no for an answer. This is a romance, and we all know how it's going to end -- Anthony's gonna fall and he's gonna fall hard, but 'Getting there is *all* the fun.' Roan has his motivations (like Anthony isn't enough motivation), which is revealed in an interesting twist. There's not too much plot here, because the story just covers a few days. But what we do get is a fun, breezy read (and that's good), that will give you all sorts of warm fuzzies.

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