Trickery

Trickery

by Constance Masters
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Overview

Trickery by Constance Masters

Morgan King is a twenty-three-year-old virgin who has never had a proper boyfriend. The fussy young woman longs to meet a man who will be everything like the heroes in the spanking romance novels she loves to read. When such a man comes along, Morgan is sure that he must be too good to be true. Although they've had a great online relationship for months, she balks at actually meeting him.

Jackson Brooks is a twenty-nine-year-old middle school teacher who works at his family's summer camp. When he gets to know Morgan on the Internet, he is sure she's the girl for him. They are both ready to settle down, and he doesn't understand why she is so hesitant to meet him in person. When he discovers that she has sent him a fake photo, he is not happy. He can't deal with it right away, however, because summer camp is about to begin, and this year, he's the director. He decides to give Morgan some space while he does what he has to.

Morgan is devastated when she realizes she has probably blown things with Jackson. She is desperate, and hatches a plan to get to know him secretly. She books herself into Sunnyvale Summer Camp under the name of Alyssa King, using her sister's birth certificate. Instead of assuring herself that nothing could possibly go wrong, she should have been asking herself what would happen when Jackson discovered her deceit. Will he be so angry that he sends her away, or will he choose another method of showing his displeasure – demonstrating that insects aren't the only things at camp that sting?

DISCLAIMER: This book contains the spanking of adult women.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156976898
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 08/13/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 610,602
File size: 730 KB

About the Author

I am a wife, a mother, a grandmother and an author. I guess my love of writing began when I was in school. It was the subject I loved most.

I didn’t write while my oldest children were small because I was busy raising them. Also, there was no Internet then… there weren’t many computers at all and those that were there were not much more than glorified typewriters. The Internet and high-tech computers make life so much easier and although I still have a couple of children at home, I have much more time to write.

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Trickery 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
JulietteS More than 1 year ago
It would appear that I am the odd one out amongst the reviewers. However, I received this book from the publishers in exchange for an honest review, so that is what I will give. I found the concept of a 23 year old woman masquerading as a 14 year old beyond ridiculous. I was incredulous while reading to realise where the author was leading the plot. I understand that this is a light hearted and quick read, but for goodness sake Ms Masters, I have read your work before and you are better than this. I will award 3 stars simply because you had the audacity to use your time to write this book.
CJO1 More than 1 year ago
I thought the plot to this story was very unique. Morgan has not met her online boyfriend, Jackson, yet. She decides to pretend to be a 14-year-old camper at the summer camp he works at, to get to know him. Of course, he finds out eventually . . . but the story includes a lot of humor, fun and action. It was lighthearted and fun to read, if not a bit unrealistic lol. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
SUNNYVALE SUMMER CAMP I will admit I found myself laughing out loud at the antics of Morgan in this hilarious tale. Dating is never easy, and meeting someone online can be tricky. Morgan, Dreamer12, and Jackson, Teach86, have been involved in online chats and have only shared first names and very little information. Jackson wants to be more honest and goes as far as tell her his last name and share a real picture, but Morgan is a bit deceitful and sends a false picture and no last name. Jackson is all about trust and honesty and realizes the picture she sent isn’t her. The summer is to begin, and he tells her he is working at his brother’s camp for the summer. The plot has a crazy scheme cooked up by Morgan where she is going to go to this teen summer came posing as a fourteen-year-old girl when she is twenty-three. The antics of Morgan trying to act like her youngest sister Alyssa is humorous. The camp has rules about contraband, including no candy, imagine an adult that smokes and drinks sneaking contraband in. If it can go wrong, it does. What will happen when Jackson learns that Alyssa is actually not a fourteen-year-old, but instead, her twenty-three years old sister, Morgan that he has been chatting with? Jackson told her in his honesty during a chat how he would deal with a naughty girl, and he proves himself to be true.
Dls1230 More than 1 year ago
Morgan is nervous about meeting the guy she's been talking to online in person. So she's sneaks her way into the camp that he's running so she can meet him and spend time with him without him knowing. Morgan is a little on the immature side which leads her into plenty of trouble. Jackson is a great guy looking for a girl who will appreciate his old fashion ways. This was fun, easy read with enjoyable characters. I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review.
Dyane More than 1 year ago
I smiled from the very beginning to the last word of this book, laughing out loud at times. In a move completely lacking in common sense, the heroine decides to pose as a 14-year old girl at summer camp. She wants to see if her internet boyfriend, who is the substitute camp director, is really as great as she hopes he is. What follows is a series of hilarious camp pranks and highjinks, until the hero puts a stop to her escapades. This book is light-hearted and easy to read. I received an ARC from the publisher for an honest review.
Katy_Beth More than 1 year ago
This story is just so much fun to read. We open with Morgan and her online friend Jackson getting to know each other. But Morgan is a bit reluctant to take the next step. Jackson is very interested but he has stuff coming up and decide to give it time and see what happens after the summer is over. What follows next is Morgan getting herself into one scrap after another that would be worth of a whole season of "I Love Lucy". Every time and every way she tries to get to know Jackson better she just gets into deeper and deeper trouble. This book if fun, light-hearted, and a great read for the summer time.
HopeSW More than 1 year ago
I loved this well written and fun story. Morgan and Jackson meet online and develop feelings for each other. Morgan lets her insecurities and fear keep her from sending her real picture to Jackson. He then goes to help his family run a summer camp. However, where there is a curious woman there is a way to get to know someone without opening yourself up to hurt. Just go to camp! "Alyssa" arrives at camp and quickly makes friends with Franny, as well as meets Bianca. These girls could not be more different. Watching the girls and their different personalities adjust to camp life and rules made me laugh. The camp escapades, the friendships that develop, fun activities all kept me having fun and laughing along with the characters. However, Jackson did not find everything quite as funny. Finding Morgan parading around as a camper threw him for a short lived loop, but Jackson knows how to deal with a disobedient girlfriend. Jackson and Morgan's relationship was fun to watch develop but the book ended all too soon. With wonderful sex scenes, developing love, spankings (both erotic and discipline) and lots of laughs, I hope to see a sequel to this book!! Seeing Jackson and Morgan interact in their everyday adult world would be an added bonus that I would definitely read! I highly recommend this fun read!!
EssieARC More than 1 year ago
The author of this story puts her characters into a very unique situation. After months of trepidation about meeting a man who she met on-line, Morgan decides that she will go 'undercover' as a fourteen-year-old camper at a summer camp where Jackson (the male protagonist) is helping out family by filling in as the director. Hi-jinks ensue and it really doesn't take long for the truth to be revealed and consequences to be handed out. The events that happen as a result, and some of the incidental characters in the story are really funny, making this truly fun to read. I highly recommend this story for people who enjoy love stories without a lot of explicit sex. I was given an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review.
SLGIL More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the story. It had its laughs and especially when Morgan posses as a teenager to go to summer camp. Morgan was a stalker selfish, put others in danger, was jealous, and just not a mature person. Jackson was in charge of the camp and was trying to keep from hurting his brothers business by causing a scandal when he finally finds out that Morgan is not a teen, but the girlfriend he has been corresponding with on line. I guess Jackson really liked her, because I wouldn't have put up with her stalker and selfish personality. It was a rushed HEA. But still an enjoyable read.
Bugger88 More than 1 year ago
Thought this was a cute story. Morgan and Jackson have been talking online for months. Jackson wants to move to the next step by meeting in person but Morgan is too afraid of the potential rejection. She lies about what she looks like and so Jackson cuts her of for the summer. Morgan takes matters into her own hands by pretending to be a kid at the summer camp he is running.
Aperull More than 1 year ago
This was a fun, quick, summer read. Morgan and Jackson have had an online relationship for awhile. He's ready to take it to the next level, but she's still nervous. She gives him a fake identity, which he sees right through. In order to scope out Jackson, she pretends to be a teen going to the camp he will be running. There is only one way to handle her trickiness and lying. I really like this story, but I do feel it ended a little abruptly. I was given an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
emz376 More than 1 year ago
This was awesome. I had not read a book with this setting before and greatly enjoyed it. What starts as an online relationship moves into an in person meeting. However, only Morgan knows as Jackson is unaware of Morgan's double identity as Alyssa. Morgan has a huge heart but makes some poor choices that are quickly dealt with by Jackson. I hope there is a sequel to this. I was given an ARC copy of this book for an honest review
madpuss More than 1 year ago
This story was hilarious. I chuckled most of the way through it with Morgan's antics and sassy remarks. It was fun.
AnnaKay More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. It had a unique premise. Morgan goes undercover as a teen at summer camp to check out Jackson, the man she has been corresponding with online for months. How does Jackson react to this deception? Can they make it? The story is well-written and I wanted to find out. Morgan makes lots of bad decisions, but is really likable. I liked the sweet relationship she developed with one of the teen girl campers. The story ended before their relationship could really develop so I hope there is a sequel. *I received this book as an ARC as an exchange for an honest review.
bookjac More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story, I loved the summer camp setting. Morgan and Jackson were great together. Their relationship starts off online with Morgan reluctant to meet him. She comes up with the idea of enrolling as her little sister Alyssa at the summer camp where Jackson is the director. Being a kid isn't all its cracked up to be, Morgan has a hard time following the rules and remembering to act like a teenage. Jackson realizes that something is off with Alyssa and she comes clean about who she really is. How does he deal with this? I understand why Morgan chose to be cautious but she didn’t always make the best choices. Jackson was a great guy, he was patient and kind and I loved getting to see how he interacted with the kids including Morgan when he thought she was one.There was a lot of summer fun in this book and Morgan got some well deserved spankings. I was given an ARC copy by the publisher for an honest review