Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Book Review: Night Games by T.K. Leigh

Night GamesNight Games by T.K. Leigh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

** Note: I received a complimentary copy of Night Games from the author in exchange for an honest review. **

Night Games is T.K. Leigh’s contribution to the Blackout Anthology. A note at the end informs us that this is a prequel of sorts to another (not yet published) book. This alone has me excited. This book sets up the characters for the upcoming book, Chloe and Lincoln. I was introduced to Chloe in T.K.’s book, Dating Games. This book is a quick read but you get a good idea of the characters and the complexity of them. After I finished the novella, I found myself trying to go back to my kindle to read more. Then I realized that more was coming later and my impatience kicked in. I became invested in these characters and can’t wait for the story (including the angst that I am sure will be written) to come.



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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Book Review: Dating Games by T.K. Leigh

Dating GamesDating Games by T.K. Leigh
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

** Note: I received a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. **



Dating Games is another Rom Com by the great T.K. Leigh. If I were to describe this book as simply as possible and in relation to movies for reference, the equation would be: Legally Blonde + (Pretty Woman – being a “Paid Worker”) + x = Dating Games. The x being the variables and storyline of the book that made it unique from either of the movies. I guessed the identity of the “mystery escort” Evie was writing about early on, although a couple of times I doubted myself. The main characters were wonderfully written and a few times I thought Evie WAS me with her behavior. The story moved at a good speed; a few times I wanted to jump in the story and shake Evie and Julian to speed their romance up. The secondary characters added the break in the Evie/Julian story that was needed. {I definitely need some of these characters as my own friends} T.K. is one of the few authors that I know I will love the story she has written without ever hearing what the book was about. This book certainly lived up to those standards.