Monday, December 26, 2016

Book Review for The Wager by Rene Folsom




The Wager

by: Rene Folsom

 5  stars

Reviewed by : Tonya

Format : Kindle Edition

Published by :Rene Folsom
Source: Purchased Copy

Gene:   Romance



Blurb

You’d think the masks would come off once the ball drops at the New Year’s masquerade but, tossing caution to the wind, Liam and Maci decide to have a bit of fun by continuing to keep their faces hidden from each other during a night full of games and passion. 

Get to know these two game-playing lovers before they even know each other in The Wager, a prequel to the new novel in the Playing Games series, Game Changer

Note: This contemporary romance novella is an optional read in the Playing Games series and contains adult situations meant for ages 18+.



Our Review
Very fast read but what a fun book. What a way to introduce Liam and Maci but through a costume party.

Maci agrees to go with her friend Sky to a New Years Eve party with people Sky works with. Dressed in her sexy costume her and Sky arrive at Liam's condo. And the Sparks start as soon as they both see each other. Maci in her sexy black cat outfit and Liam as the Phantom of the Opera.

Before they know it they have a bet with each gaining something if they win. They play three rounds of a video game and if you ask me they both win. Of course when it's all said and done one of them is sneaking out and now I have to rush off to read Game Changer to find out what happens next.

Really a fast, sexy, steamy fun read and great way to lead into the next book.






About the Author



Rene Folsom, author of contemporary and paranormal, lives in Florida with her husband and three kids. She has officially diagnosed herself with creative ADD and often has a million and one writing projects going at once. In addition to writing, she is also a graphic artist who enjoys creating custom book covers for indie authors. She is definitely an artist at heart and would love nothing more than to be elbow deep in clay during her waking hours.

Rene believes that all fiction is based on some form of reality—otherwise we would never have the inspiration or knowledge to dream up the realistic situations we portray with our words. She is proud to say that her personal experiences have been inspirational, though perhaps not always identical to that of her fictional characters. Where reality and fantasy diverge, however, must remain her little secret…
 


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