Head Games

Length: 10 hrs and 58 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (317 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

New York Times best-selling author Mary B. Morrison delivers a sizzling, twist-filled tale of four competitive friends, a dangerous bet-and high-stakes consequences no one can afford to win. 

From childhood games to career challenges, Trymm, Dallas, Kohl, and Blitz have stayed the best of friends - and each others' toughest competition. These bachelors live to party up, sex it down, and get it all. And now they're betting on which of them can "date-and-dump" the most women in a month - and post the proof on social media. Winner takes all: a cool million dollars. But this game is about to get all-too-real.

Trymm has no problem bedding married women looking for quick-and-dirty satisfaction - until he falls hard for one he can't have. A cynical ex-soldier battling PTSD, Dallas woos a hopeful bride to exhaust her savings for picket-fence promises - just to humor his boys. Kohl enjoys his best one-night stand with a mysterious beauty - but his recklessness backfires big time after he exposes her. And Blitz thinks he's giving a powerful Fortune 500 executive the business - until he gets played. 

Now everything they care about most - money, family, and friendship - is on the line. All the right moves won't keep them safe - especially from each other. And the only way out of the game is to concede or risk everything on a dangerous gamble they can only lose.

©2018 Mary B. Morrison (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Left me hanging but a good read

This book was ok... the ending left me hanging. I wish there was a little more to the ending. I would recommend this book!

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Bad Copy of AudioBook

Several of the scenes kept repeating during my listening of the 11 hour audio-book of Head Games. Thus, I have no idea what I missed. It was hard to follow the story given that. Books by Ashley Antoinette and Jaquavis Coleman are much better.

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not worth the credit

The ending was garbage. This book was redundant an felt half written. There was a gap between where it was headed and the conclusion.

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Eh

It was going so well, and had my attention. But the last 10 chapters were rushed. And took away from the book.

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What Journey!

Wow!!! This book made me reflect upon my dating life! The way you conveyed the thoughts and feelings of the men and the women; SUPERB! Sadly, too many women fall victim to the games of men. Some of us are truly looking for a real man who's ready to love. Why all the Head Games?

Kudos on another AWESOME novel!

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Too much going on....

I struggled to finish this book, the storyline flip flopped so much. It was all over the place..

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Mediocre

I'm sorry, but I was a little disappointed in this book. Mary B Morrison books are normally a lot better than this one.

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Booooooooo!!! That ending was terrible

The ending of this book could have been so much better. I expected so much more. Very disappointed!!

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The End

I enjoyed listening to some narrators more than others. This was a good read overall, however not quite the ending I expected.

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just ok...

it had good parts. it was very ambitious writing from a vantage point of so many different characters. I was too many stories to end. to many loose ends to wrap up and each ending felt rushed just to have an ending. like for a person to commit suicide after laying the foundation that she was black mailing smh it was just a mess and the ending was underwhelming.

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  • 03-11-19

Anti-Climax

I really loved the concept of this book, I loved the story line, the narration, the humor, and graphical detail - whole the execution. HOWEVER.. I must agree with some of the comments the ending was such a big let down.
To go through 60 odd chapters to end with that, I was quite disappointed.

I would have rather been left on a cliff-hanger and waited for the sequel..

With that being said, I would still recommend anyone to read!!