GAME OF LOVE by @Melissa_Foster #Romance #Bookreview #TuesdayBookBlog

Game of Love (Love in Bloom, #10; The Remingtons, #1)Game of Love by Melissa Foster
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Game Of Love is part of the Love in Bloom series of romance reads and book #1 of The Remingtons.
These books can all be read as stand alones, or as part of the series.

Dex Reminton runs a successful company that make computer games. A hard work ethic imposed long ago by his father, Dex works longs hours, mostly through the night when the “gamers” are awake.

Ellie Parker is once again running away, this time from a bad relationship. She ends up in New York where she intends applying for a teaching job. With everything she owns in one bag, she has a bed for the night with a college friend. Left alone in a bar to kill a few hours, Ellie finds herself face-to-face with the man she ran away from twice before, the man whose heart she broke twice and whom she’s trying to protect from her chaotic life.

For four years Dex has locked away his heart, worked hard and tried not to think about Ellie, just one look at her and the lock around his heart burst open. But he recognises the signs of Ellie’s imminent need to run again and Dex must play it cool and hope she’ll come to him.

A product of the fostering system, Ellie has always been self-sufficient, can she allow herself to be loved and in return love another without causing disaster? Melissa Foster’s books are always full of strong characters who have deep feelings and powerful loyalty with a family network of support.

This book would be good for fans of Melissa’s books, romance readers or those wanting a suitable romantic holiday read.

Find a copy here from Amazon.co.uk or Amazon.com

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5 thoughts on “GAME OF LOVE by @Melissa_Foster #Romance #Bookreview #TuesdayBookBlog

  1. Hi, Rosie – I’ve seen books by this author before on blogs I follow, but haven’t read her yet. This sounds awesome with a strong protagonist. 🙂
    @dino0726 from 
    FictionZeal – Impartial, Straightforward Fiction Book Reviews

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