Monday, July 11, 2016


Lovegame by Tracy Wolff 

In this darkly addictive novel of seduction and psychological obsession, a movie star with a shattered past meets a man who can either break her or make her whole.
True Crime novelist Ian Sharpe has spent his career writing about serial killers for very personal reasons. For his latest exposĂ©, he is taking on the sadistic madman known as the Red Ribbon Strangler, and when his research leads him to Hollywood’s most private and provocative actress, he will break every rule to uncover her truth.
The daughter of one of Hollywood’s golden couples, chased by paparazzi and treated as a commodity her entire life, Veronica Romero wields her sex appeal like a weapon. She expects Ian to be as easy to control as every other man she’s ever known. But from the beginning, he refuses to fall into line. Mysterious and cool, challenging and just a little bit dangerous, Ian somehow makes her feel safe—even as he digs into the deepest secrets of her life and pushes her to the breaking point.
As raw ecstasy gives way to agonized truths, their dark obsession exposes secrets that have been buried for far too long. Ian wants to tear down her walls and heal the sensual woman underneath. But if Veronica’s learned anything, it’s that the line between pleasure and pain is a narrow one—and when caught between them the only thing that matters is how you play the game.

is intended for mature audiences. This ebook includes an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

5.0 out of 5 stars surprise twist, gritty romanceJuly 11, 2016
This review is from: Lovegame (Kindle Edition)
*I received this in exchange for an honest review*
"For the first time in a very, very long time, I feel vulnerable. And I hate every second..."
I love how she struggles with this. At times, I thought Veronica was being a whiny brat. But, Ian, Ian was amazing. The twist in this book is fantastic though. I couldn't stop reading this book. It's sexy, it's gritty and so unlike other books I've read by this author, but I love it all the same.
"You're not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy, this is Hollywood." Page after page, you may think you have this book figured out, but until the end, you don't!
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