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Games We Play

Narrated by: Stephanie Murphy
Length: 12 hrs and 1 min
Categories: Romance, LGBT
4.5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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At Leah's 30th birthday party, she meets a woman whom she's convinced is paid to entertain her for the evening. But in the following days, she discovers that Ms. Margaret Sloan, one of the most cutthroat businesswomen in the world, thought Leah was the paid professional she hired while in Portland for the weekend.

Sloan fears a lawsuit. Leah fears her only chance for a whirlwind romance is about to fly off to Thailand or Switzerland. Too bad they're both keeping dire secrets that could doom whatever feelings they have.

Oh, the devilish games they're about to play....

Contains a small preview of WITH THIS RING.

©2018 Barachou Press (P)2019 Barachou Press

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Awesome narration makes an awesome book awesome

Okay, crappy title of my review, but it’s true. I am now committed to seek out all the books Stephanie Murphy narrates.

I didn’t think there was a way to improve upon this story when I read it. But listening to it is even better.

I love all of Cynthia’s/Hildred’s books because each couple has their own, intriguing, way of being.

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Hot hot

A hot listen. And an interesting story. Bdsm is not easy to write about I imagine. But the author did a very good job with the dynamic and research was done. The narrator did a good job, but did miss some smokeyness?.

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OMG!!!!

This was soooooo awesome. The emotion, the suspense... I was at the edge of my seat. Thank you.

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  • JT
  • 10-25-19

Great Lesbian read

This book was like a breath of fresh air. I really like BDSM erotica and there is a lack of it in Lesbian literature. This story was so well written and Stephanie Murphy did an incredible job of narrating. The characters were original and believable. This was a sensuous, emotional and steamy read with a realistic story line. I listened to this book almost without pause once I started it I am looking forward to reading more by Cynthia Dane and Hildred Billings in the future.

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Like Monopoly

Stephanie Murphy out does in her character voices. Wity, charming, and alluring. In a place where to know the difference of abuse and pleasure. A trilling adventue and almost series of adjustment.

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  • C. S.
  • 11-15-19

Good story, great narrator

The story was good. The mix-up in the beginning a bit unrealistic but entertaining. I also liked how the topic of domination and submission was handled, I thought that was quite good.
All in all, I would recommend the book thoroughly.

The narrator Stephanie Murphy was great as always!

What I did not like:

- How Leah, as the adult woman she is, is patronized by her parents and accountable for everything she does. The reasons are understandable, but I found that a little over the top.

- The "sugar-momma" aspect of the relationship. To both Leah and her friends it seems SO important that Sloan is rich and can make expensive gifts - I have noticed that in several books by this author and didn't like it.