It took me a few hours to read "Deadly Games", I could not put it down. The story was so enthralling and the author did a good job in using scapegoats. Katherine and Nash’s relationship is not the traditional meet and greet. It’s actually quite funny and steamy the way they meet for the first time. The sexual tension between them is crazy and the sex is even more so. When they work together to solve a case that involves a serial killer things get a little crazy.
"Deadly Games" is a great book and I loved reading it. Even though it’s the second book in the series I had no problem keeping track of what’s going on. You can read this as a standalone and not be confused about the events and what led to them. The plot was clear and the author did a great job drawing me in and keeping me guessing as to who the real killer actually is. "Deadly Games" is a book I highly recommend.
At the end of "Deadly Games" you get a preview of the first book in the series, "Dangerous Moves", which tells Reese and Blake’s story.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Special Agent Katherine Bowden doesn’t do girls’ nights out. She doesn’t do blazing hot dances with male strippers or unbelievable, uninhibited one-night-stands. If you ask her ex, all she does is work: study evidence, profile criminals, track them down. And now Katherine’s back home in Dallas, with a new set of all-male colleagues second-guessing her every move, and a possible serial killer hunting women just like her. But just this once, Katherine is going to try all those things she doesn’t do . . .
Growing up on the Reservation led Nash Hawkins down paths he’d rather forget. When his dream of joining the police force was crushed, he turned his hard body and wicked imagination into a meal ticket. His chemistry with Katherine is like nothing he’s ever felt. And though he’s sure a woman like her won’t want to get seriously involved with him, Nash knows things—things that might help catch a killer.
Nash and Katherine can save lives, if they put aside the desire that torments them both. But the closer they get, the more they have to lose...