Thursday, 18 August 2016

Book Review: Game of Love by Melissa Foster

Genre: Contemporary Romance, New Adult Romance
Publisher: EverAfter Romance
Release Date: 17th February 2014
No. of pages: 302
ISBN: 978-0-991-04685-0
Rating: 5/5


Game of Love is book #10 in the Love in Bloom series and is book #1 in the Remingtons series but can be read as a standalone.

Ellie Parker has grown up in the ‘system’ since she was five years old. Being bounced around from foster home and guarding herself from difficult memories has conditioned her to tread carefully with relationships and know when to run. However Dex Remington has been her friend since they were teens and together they have depended on each other when life delivered some tough blows. She finds herself back in New York looking for a teaching job.

Dex Remington is a computer programmer and a game developer. He has always guarded his heart as if he was wearing a protective shield. Ever since he was a teenager he has had feelings for Ellie. He could have any woman he desires but he only wants the one that got away, a friend from childhood who came back into his life briefly four years earlier. He feels like she’s the only person who ever truly understood him or saw him for himself and not the millionaire he’s become.

The last time they saw each other was four years ago when Dex declared his love to her and she ran away as fast as the wind could take her. Even now Dex can’t deny how much he loves Ellie but he struggles to trust her ability to stay when life unsettles her.

Dex and Ellie face their demons and touch each other’s hearts. We are introduced to the Remington family Dex’s twin sister Siena and brothers Sage, Kurt, Jack and Rush.

**CONTENT WARNING: Due to mature content, recommended for readers aged 18+**

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