Play My Game
Book 3.3, Stark - A Stark Ever After Novella
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For fans of Fifty Shades of Grey and Bared to You comes an erotic, emotionally intense eBook novella from J. Kenner, bestselling author of Release Me. Following fan favorites Damien Stark and his wife, Nikki Fairchild, Play My Game is the story of their first Valentine’s Day as newlyweds, and offers an alluring glimpse of Jackson Steele, the alpha male featured in Kenner’s upcoming novel Say My Name.
Includes a special preview of Say My Name, the highly anticipated first novel in J. Kenner’s new trilogy in the Stark series.
I never imagined that anything could top our honeymoon, but life as Mrs. Damien Stark is sweeter than any fantasy. We are forever bound by our love and our desire. His touch is my greatest treasure—and is purely mine alone.
Yet no matter where we go, the ghosts of our pasts follow. We can’t escape our secrets, or the people who desperately want to bring us down. Even on Valentine’s Day, neither of us is safe.
I’ll do whatever it takes to protect Damien, to fulfill his every need. His kiss is my calling, his passion my truest bliss. The dangers we face, we now face together—and nothing can make me run.
Play My Game is an erotic romance intended for mature audiences.
Praise for J. Kenner and The Stark Trilogy
“Kenner may very well have cornered the market on sinfully attractive, dominant antiheroes and the women who swoon for them.”—RT Book Reviews
“J. Kenner has written a sensually seductive storyline that catches your imagination. . . . [Release Me] will suck you in from the very start.”—The Reading Cafe
“An erotic, sexy and exciting ride.”—Fresh Fiction, on Claim Me
“Hot, passionate, thrilling, and enticing! . . . I couldn’t put this book down.”—Divas Daily Book Blog, on Complete Me
So good! But leaves questions unanswered... I hope there is more coming!! I want to read more about these two characters :-)
All sex. Nothing wrong with sex and fantasies. But twelve books that are basically the same. Someone out to get them and lots of sex. Like I said before she could have written all this in one book not twelve. Give us poor people a break. Your getting rich while we but the same book over and over thinking it's going to be something different. I made this mistake but I won't again. Your Sylvia Day. Same ole same ole.