The Enforcer: Games People Play

The Enforcer: Games People Play

by HelenKay Dimon

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ISBN-13: 9780062441317
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/25/2017
Series: HelenKay Dimon's Games People Play Series , #2
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 77,238
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Helenkay Dimon spent the years before becoming a romance author as a . . . divorce attorney. Not the usual transition, she knows. Good news is she now writes full time and is much happier. She has sold over thirty novels, novellas, and shorts to numerous publishers. Her nationally bestselling and award-winning books have been showcased in numerous venues, and her books have twice been named "Red-Hot Reads" and excerpted in Cosmopolitan magazine. But if you ask her, she'll tell you the best part of the job is never having to wear pantyhose again.

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The Enforcer: Games People Play 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read but needed more action abd less talk
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A bit slower then some of her other stories, but still enjoyable. Just about when you think you have it figured out, there's a new turn. Worth the read.
AMR0406 More than 1 year ago
The Enforcer by HelenKay Dimon was just as mysterious and intriguing as The Fixer in the Games People Play series and can be read as a stand alone. From the very first page you will be hooked. The Enforcer is full of intrigue and mystery and you can’t help but keep reading all the way until the every end. Matthias and Kayla are fantastic characters. Broken. Defensive. Strong. And quite perfect together! They challenge one another but also lean on each other. Matthias is tasked with finding Kayla to hope solve a massacre that happened years ago. He is misled by the person requesting this, but learns it the hard way. Kayla is careful of Matthias from the beginning. She has been on the run for a long time and knows when danger is near. Somehow, through Matthias’ creepy (according to another character Garrett) ways, he gets a foot in the door with Kayla. Slowly but surely their relationship begins and the mystery starts to unfold. It’s quite a read! I like a good suspense story and The Enforcer has plenty of that. I found my heart racing several times. Dimon does a great job with all the descriptions and emotions of each character in the story. I suspected a few people as the murder but was quite surprised at the end. I don’t think I can write a review and not talk about Garrett. We met him in The Fixer and get a lot more of him in The Enforcer. Garrett tags along against Matthias’ will and just adds so much to the scenes he is in. He is hilarious, smart, sarcastic and just pure joy to read about. If you are looking for a well written, romantic suspense with strong characters, heart pumping action, passion and an engaging plot, give The Enforcer a try!
Alyssa75 More than 1 year ago
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** The Enforcer by HelenKay Dimon Book Two of the Games People Play series Publisher: Avon Publication Date: April 25, 2017 Rating: 4 stars Source: eARC from Edelweiss Summary (from Goodreads): Security expert Matthias Clarke hunts down people who don’t want to be found. His latest prey: the sole survivor of a massacre that killed his brother years ago. Kayla Roy claimed she was a victim of the carnage. Then she disappeared. Matthias thinks Kayla may have actually been the killer—and he wants justice. Kayla Roy never stays in one place too long and never lets a man get too close. But keeping Matthias at arm’s length may be impossible. Dark and enigmatic, Matthias draws Kayla in from the start. She knows nothing about his connection to her dark past, or his thirst for vengeance. She only knows their attraction feels overpowering—and very dangerous. Matthias’ suspicions about the sensual Kayla clash with his instinct to protect her, especially when he realizes her life is in danger. But Kayla’s not looking for a savior—especially one who seems hell-bent on tempting her down a lethal path. What I Liked: Last year, I read The Fixer and I liked it. It was a new HelenKay Dimon favorite of mine, but I enjoyed it a lot, especially for its originality and uniqueness. I don't read a ton of romantic suspense, but I've enjoyed the ones I've read, especially those by Dimon. The Enforcer was no exception! If anything, I enjoyed this book even more than I enjoyed The Fixer. The Enforcer is the story of the enforcer, Matthias. He owns a security company and he is an expert at what he does. Right now, he is interested in finding Kayla Roy, sole survivor and former suspect of a brutal massacre (in which his brother died). But when he finds her, he quickly realizes that she didn't do it, that she wasn't and isn't capable of such a crime. Kayla has been running and hiding for years since the horrible massacre in her house at college seven years ago. Someone has been stalking her, leaving threats and watching her, no matter where she goes. When Matthias shows up, she isn't sure who he is, but some part of her knows he isn't here to hurt her. Matthias realizes that she isn't the murderer, and when Kayla's apartment is broken into and trashed, he also realizes that he isn't going to walk way. He will protect her at any cost, even if she doesn't want his help. Matthias isn't backing down, and Kayla isn't going to run and hide anymore. This book was so entertaining, even for a romantic suspense novel! Well, that's not to say that suspense novels can't be entertaining. But often times, they are tense and a little odd and creepy. This book had tense moments, and a good build-up to the big reveal of the culprit, but it was also fun to read. That's one of the many things I love about romance novels - the tone of the book can still be fun and somewhat light, no matter the content of the book. I love Matthias and his anti-human self. He isn't really antisocial, but he tries to avoid people. He would much rather be working through some security problem or puzzle or case in his office, than dealing with people. Matthias is similar to Wren (from The Fixer), because he is careful with his words, doesn't say anything he doesn't mean, is direct and honest, and sometimes doesn't have good people skills. Read the rest of my review on my blog, The Eater of Books! - eaterofbooks DOT blogspot DOT com :)