Monday, 5 January 2015
Book Review: Loves Games by Deborah Armstrong
Quinn Thomas, Hollywood heartthrob and devoted family man has it all - two Oscars, a beautiful wife and a loving family, and still he wants more. In Love's Games, the stakes are high and losing isn't an option for Quinn when he jeopardises everything he holds dear to win his heart's desire. Davina Stuart Thomas, Quinn's loving wife, has only two rules for her husband - no games and no cheating. When Quinn decides to challenge the rules to get what he wants, Davina calls his bluff, turning Love's Games into a battle of wills. Love's Games is the third book in the Davina and Quinn series.
About the author: Deborah Armstrong
Deborah writes hot and spicy contemporary romance. Forever Love (April 2012) and Love's Promises (May 2013) are the first two in the Davi and Quinn romance series. Each book stands alone, however they should be read in order. Love's Games will be available in August 2014.
Deborah Armstrong lives with her family on a large dairy farm. Her writing is a wonderful blend of farming, family and fantasy. You will learn interesting facts about cows and dairy farming through her books. Meed the Ladies and see cows in a different light. Romance and farming was never so hot.
My Review: Once again....Deborah Armstrong brings superior writing capabilities to the table and writes an amazing story. I bought the first books when I was starting my blog and wanted to give myself a bit of variety, I wasn't overly enthused with the "older heroine" idea on the synopsis...but through three books and many plot twists I have grown to adore Davina and Quinn. The third instalment of this series only reinforces how Deborah is able to create the depth of her characters and the world as they see it. I bought this third book a few months ago at a local event (I happen to live near Deborah) and got to meet her. I downloaded the ebook immediately but unfortunately I was in the middle of a new series I hadn't read and I tend to get swept away and feel a compulsion to read series' in order without interruption. This book got lost in the library shuffle. I found it again this morning and due to my being sick today....read all day. I must admit this book pulled me through a whole range of emotions. I felt happy, in love, sad, angry, devastated, hopeful, jealous, and many other feelings. What an impactful ending that was!! without giving any spoilers can we say PLOT TWIST!!! May be that I sat and read it in one sitting while sick but I feel exhausted now. I truly hope this is not the end for this series as Deborah has a true writing gift. I give this book a 5 out of 5.