Sara's Review: The Player (The Game Maker #3) by Kresley Cole
Publisher: Valkyrie Press
Released: April 12, 2016
Length: 334 pages
Format: ebook, paperback
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Kresley Cole brings readers the third book of the erotic Game Maker Series, a searing tale of a man racked with dark desires and the beautiful young woman who could sate him at last. A madman with a shadowed past . . . In Las Vegas, Sin City, Dmitri Sevastyan finds her, Victoria Valentine--sexy, vulnerable, and in need of a protector. Obsession takes root deep inside him. Despite a history tainted with violation and betrayal, he will stop at nothing to possess her. A grifter with nothing to lose . . . Descended from a long line of con artists, twenty-four-year-old Victoria, a.k.a. Vice, needs the score of a lifetime to keep her loved ones safe. She sets her sights on gorgeous and rich Dmitri Sevastyan. Even as the irresistible Russian toys with her body and mind, he tempts her heart. Love is the ultimate wild card. When Vice and her associates maneuver Dmitri into a hasty Vegas wedding, he refuses to protect himself with a prenup, trusting her with all that he has. But can she trust him? As secrets unfold, the newlyweds share days of doubts and nights of the wickedest pleasures. Yet once Vice discovers her husband's past, will she stay to fight for her marriage or cut her losses and run?
Four Boundless Stars
The third installment of The Game Maker Series follows the youngest brother Dmitri, who isn’t all together sane. His complete and total obsession with Victoria would be freighting in any other circumstances; yet, make him a billionaire, her a con artist and she is going to put up with his crazy, because she need his money.
“I’d rather have an honest madman than a sane liar.”
Victoria struggles with the con from the beginning. She starts to have feelings for Dmitri almost immediately, and her conscious is working against her. She doesn’t want to con him; yet, her family has got themselves into such a bad situation to the point to where they have no other choice. She has to go through with it; no matter what.
This series has been incredibly erotic, and The Player is no exception to that. The sex scenes are downright panty melting. Out of all three books this has been my least favorite, but not by much. I am still giving it 4 Boundless stars. I just like the other two more.