End Game

End Game

by Samantha Wayland


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781940839059
Publisher: Loch Awe Press
Publication date: 01/14/2014
Pages: 324
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Samantha Wayland has always dreamed of being a novelist. She wrote her first novel as an escape from the pressures of her day job. That fascinating piece of contemporary erotic mystery/suspense with elements of paranormal, international intrigue, and god only knows what else, is safely tucked under her bed, where it will remain until hell freezes over. Since then she's learned a lot about the craft and turned her attention to writing contemporary MM and MMF Ménage erotic romance.

Sam lives with her family-of both the two and four-legged variety-outside of Boston. She used to spend her days toiling away in corporate nerdville but was recently sprung from that hell. Now when she's not locked away in her home office, she can generally be found tucked in the corner of the local Thai place with a few beloved friends and an adult beverage.

Her favorite things include mango martinis, tiny Chihuahuas with big attitude problems, and the Oxford comma.

Sam loves to hear from readers. Email her at samantha@samanthawayland.com or find her on Facebook or Twitter (@samwayland).

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End Game 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
## Superb. This is a marvelous conclusion to Garrick Savannah and Rhian's story. Wow was I mad at Garrick for hopping from one lover to another. Imagine how Savannah felt after spending the night with her, Garrick leaves to spend the next night with his other lover. I couldn't believe he could be so selfish to put them both through that. But that the author could convey that type of deep hurt was amazing. The whole thing is complicated but the end result is so worth the emotional journey. The heroine was once again astounding. She was incredibly smart, sexy, extremely kind and so playful. I loved that she played hockey at Harvard. My favorite kind of heroine. And her family was so fun to be around. I will definitely read again.