The Games We Play
by Sean Hayden
genre: paranormal romance, short story
Synopsis from Goodreads
A smoky bar, a few too many drinks, it had all the makings of a perfect night. It looked even brighter when he walked in. “Tall, dark, and delicious,” she thought. Too bad Veronica didn’t realize he was having the same thoughts about her. She looked very delicious…to the predator. A shot with a chaser quickly turns into just a chase. Running for her life was not how she thought the night would end. Veronica had always had a thing for games. She could only pray she would win this one.
Completely neutral. I have nothing to say about this book, which is not generally something you’d see in a review, but there it is. It was fine, well written, and short. It’s something to read to pad your books for the year if you’re behind on your Goodreads Challenge; it just went by too quickly for me to feel any emotional attachment at all.
It doesn’t seem to be the introduction to a longer story, so it doesn’t even have that going for it, but there’s nothing negative to give it less than three.
3 out of 5
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