Name: A 2-Step Game
Author: Candy Gray
Published: October 23, 2016 by Moonlight Passion Publishing
Purchased: I voluntarily read and reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
Blurb: Two men. One college co-ed. Passion filled nights none will ever forget.
Larisa pretended to do exactly what her mother thought she was doing – studying hard at school, but what she didn’t know is that her daughter was hitting far more than the books. Now Larisa’s home from school and two of her former lovers have been welcomed with open arms into her family home.
What’s a girl to do? Push the steaming hot memories out of her mind or face them head on and see what happens? The temperature is rising for this too-close-for-comfort threesome and temptation is about to get the best of them.
With passions ignited and their hearts on the line, will there be any winner in this seductive game of tag?
Review: First off, why is this labeled as a pregnancy romance when there’s not one thing saying that she’s pregnant? Also, this was just full of misery and just awkward, I almost put it down when it got to the ménage part because there was just so much tension.
Then it just kind of flashed by it. Like this was the focus of the book, the cover, the little sub title and it was just one little drop in the whole story.
Other than that though, the writing was pretty good, good enough to keep me willingly coming back to finish the book and find out what happens.
The cover is…eh, for the most part. Not something that would really grab my attention and a little disappointing given what actually happens in the book.
The characters…I didn’t much like the girl, I just thought that she was immature and thought that she should have learned that doing what she was doing was what was causing her misery and she should stop. The guys, even though they didn’t seem all that much in the book, it was mostly from her POV but I felt more of a connection to them than her.
I liked it but I obviously had a few problems with it.
Thank you for reading my review.
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