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All my dreams have finally come true. The wealthy, charming, and seemingly unobtainable Peter Burgett is now my boyfriend. He's taking me out to charity functions and fancy restaurants. It's everything I thought I wanted.

Except I realize now that our relationship is built on a lie.... I spent so much time trying to be someone else to make him like me that I lost myself. Even worse, I have no one to confide in, because my best friend, Caleb, now has a girlfriend that seems bound and determined to keep us apart.

My life has spiraled completely out of control. I don't know whether I'm coming or going. All I know is that I miss Caleb Ryan. I miss him so much that my heart aches whenever I think about him.

I wanted to get revenge on him for what he had done to me in the past. I made the mistake of bringing him closer to achieve a goal that I didn't understand the consequences of. Now feelings are coming back that should be buried and gone. Is it too late to salvage things?  

This is book two of the Revenge Games Duet. This is a steamy romantic comedy between a quirky girl, a ripped personal trainer, and a sexy billionaire. Happily ever after ending guaranteed!

©2017 Sky Corgan (P)2017 Sky Corgan

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Good story, performance could have been better.

The books have to be read/listened in order.

I liked the story. Similar to the previous book - Revenge Games, Caleb was the character I found the most believable. He made up for Willow's selfish personality or Peter's shallow one.

The story was quiet funny in places but I think I would have preferred to read the story instead of listening it. Just my personal preference as I can visualize better by reading.

I received a free audio book and this is solely my own honest opinion.

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Good conclusion

I read the first book (Revenge Games) and listened to this one (Love Games). You have to read or listen to the books in order.

Overall, the second book is better than the first one. I really didn't like Willow, I thought she was just a selfish and shallow girl, at the end she was able to change a little. The last 20 minutes are the best of the book. Caleb is the only one that I really enjoyed.

The narrator was a bit off at first, but after a while I got used to his voice. I think he did better with the female characters than with the male ones.

This was the first audiobook that I listened to without reading the book first and I really enjoyed the experience.

I received an ARC copy for an honest review.

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Nice Finish!!!!

I really enjoyed listening to this story, at first the narrators voice irritated me, but the more I listened the more it didn't bother me. This book starts off exactly where Revenge Games left off, which is great. Getting the POV from the main characters was nice, I really liked that we got to hear from them all. This was a nice finish to this love triangle story. With the twists throughout the storyline, I didn't know what was going to happen or who Willow was going to end up with or if she was going to be alone.

I voluntarily reviewed an advanced listeners copy of this book.

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  • 11-26-17

Revelations and Realizations!

I really enjoyed listening to Love Games by Sky Corgan. The story was a great follow up to Revenge Games. I felt the love triangle caused more of a felling of sadness in me than tension. It took me a bit to warm up to the narrators voice, but once engulfed in the story it became secondary. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced listeners copy of this book.

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Great conclusion to this love triangle!

Love Games is the second half of this slow burn duet. It starts off exactly where Revenge Games left off, where Willow gets the best news that she's been working so hard to hear. Now that her and Peter are a couple, everyone changes. Willow makes the mist changes when she goes from completely clueless about men and relationships to finally learning about herself and what truly makes her happy.
I love how not only you get a POV from everyone in this love triangle, but you even get some POV from Willow's coworker, Becky, here and there. The narrator did an amazing job with this book and each one of the characters. Definitely and author and narrator I'd love to hear from again.

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Another Great Book

I loved the narration of the book, very soothing. The books should be read/listened to in order. I couldn't stop listening, I really enjoyed this book. Lots of twists that keep you guessing and engrossed. I received an ARC copy for an honest review.

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Beautiful second book!

This audiobook was a good one. The narrator through me off at first being a male but after a while I got used to his voice and he portrayed the main character really well. Caleb was an amazing man throughout the book and he made me love the book even more. To see his feelings become strong for Willow opened my eyes too. Willow grew as a person and through both books, she wasn’t so immature. In reality, no one changes so quickly. She progressed over two books and for some women it takes a life time. I enjoyed the read. It picked up right where book one left off and you definitely need to read that one first. The story overall was good. Love games / revenge games was a great title for this book. She tried to get revenge on her crush and ending up becoming best friends with him in the end or more...who knows????? Great job Sky and I volunteered this review as part of her ARC review team!

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Willow & Caleb

In this second book of the series Willow is now Peter's girlfriend she thinks she has exactly what she wants but does she really? As her relationship with Peter grows her relationship with Caleb becomes rocky. Can she have the boyfriend she's always wanted and the best friend she didn't know she had?

I liked Willow she is a sweet girl but pretty oblivious about people around her and their feelings. I feel like Willow and Peter were just wrong for each other and Caleb what a friend he does everything he can to get the two of them together but he slowly realizes he has feelings for her himself. This book is a rollercoaster for all three characters. A very interesting book.

Although the narrator does a good job I think this book might have been better with a female narrator, it's almost impossible to tell the difference between Caleb and Peter but other than that it's good.

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What You Really Want!

Willow’s life should be perfect as she and Peter are now committed to each other and he is what she worked so hard to find. The only problem is Willow had to change herself so much to be the perfect woman for Peter that she doesn’t even know who she is anymore.

She would like to discuss her feeling with Caleb however he now has a girlfriend which has created a distance between them. As Willow does some reflection she realizes that what she really wants is Caleb but is it too late?

I enjoyed the narration by Arthur Hoyt as the inflections he used make it easy to know the character's emotions. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this audiobook.

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Just no for me

The oration of the story was wonder. The voice was soothing and engaging.

I found the story juvenile. By 40% into the book I was ready to scream at the sophomoric over usage of the word girlfriend. Oh I am his girlfriend. He hitting on my girlfriend. I sincerely felt like I was listening to a high school girl with the heroine.

I actually hated her. I found her confused and annoying. The male characters were wonderful and deserved better. I love Sky’s writing Flesh and the Billionaires club are among my favorites. This didn’t do it for me.