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Missed Match is the sequel to Game Timebut can be read as a stand-alone book.
Syv Ramos arrives from the future to play a reality game show watched by the twenty-fifth-century audience. Unfortunately everything goes wrong with his Game, from the in-head computer he argues with to his declined credit card. None of this deters Syv, who has endless confidence in himself.
The Game designers instruct Syv to court "the teacher in Room 10". To win his Game, Syv must propose and be accepted by that teacher, Bethany. But she's concerned about her sick son and not interested in getting involved with a man, even one as charming as Syv. Neither Syv nor the Game designers realize until too late that Bethany is a substitute teacher. By the time he discovers his mistake, Syv is in love with Bethany but he really must win his Game.
Reader Advisory: This book contains explicit sex scenes.
Ana arrives from the future to play in a reality game show watched by the twenty-fifth-century audience. To win her game, she must induce preppy assistant principal Carson Wheeler to propose marriage to her. The Game designers add a fiendish complication to the game by giving Ana amnesia as soon as she enters the twenty-first century.
Carson doesn't trust women. After his first wife died, leaving him with two young children, he remarried too quickly. His second wife ran away, taking Carson's toddler daughter with her. Now Carson spends all his spare time and money trying to find his kidnapped child. He's determined to raise his son by himself and never get involved with a woman again—not even with beautiful, buxom artist Ana Valdez.
As Ana learns to cope with today's culture, she struggles with romantic and sexual longings she has never experienced before. When she regains her memory, she must choose between her twenty-fifth-century extended family and her passionate love for Carson. But both Ana and Carson remain unaware of the Game designers' ultimate and secret purpose.
Reader Advisory: This book contains explicit sexual scenes.