Head Games

Cassandra Carr
Head Games
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Publisher
Siren Publishing, Inc
Release Date
November 2011
ISBN
1610349717
Series
Book 1 of Buffalo Intimidators
Genre
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Mnage or more

SUMMARY
Leo Laporte and Scott Schaeffer are teammates on the ice and roommates off it who also share women. They've been coming into Kelly Chase's bistro after games for months, and they know they want her. As the attraction grows, the men realize they want more than a one-night stand-they want forever.

Kelly's not so sure. Yes, she wants both men, much to her own mortification. But a permanent ménage relationship? That's taking giving her heart away to a whole new level, and a chance she's hesitant to take. Then Leo is injured and Scott's on the trading block, and she realizes this may be her only shot at true, everlasting love.

There are so many questions swirling around inside Kelly's head. Can she believe in Leo and Scott's love? And will her business and her reputation survive once people find out she's with two men?

Book Review by Sam Crescent (author,reviewer)
Feb 04, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
153 people found the following review helpful
HEAD GAMES will certainly have you heating up the sheets and make you wish you were the lead female in this story.

Leo Laporte and Scott Schaeffer are teammates on a Hockey team. They share the ice and their women and they've both got their eye on Bistro owner, Kelly Chase. Leo and Scott finally make her aware of their attraction and the rest of the story follows her seduction. Kelly has to fight for her men and Leo and Scott proves to her they want her for more than a quick bang.

HEAD GAMES is really well written and the characters enjoyable. I love the quirkiness of the men. How one is healthy and the other eats junk food but they both want to eat Kelly. It was a nice refreshing change for a woman to be concerned about her position with regards to the Bistro and how the outside world would view her.

I felt this was a really good story but at times moved a little too quick, and I felt for as much as Kelly put up a fight, she did give into these two men a little quickly. Having said that it was a really good read and I did enjoy it. Cassandra Carr is certainly one to look out for.
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