Sex Games

Cara Carnes latest release, Sex Games, starts with “You honestly believe women can't have a one-night stand?” And with that question the battle of the sexes began. How Dixie Sinclair and Jase Cavanaugh got pulled into it, they’re not sure, but neither is going to object to the idea of some fun and games with no strings. What started as a game of role-playing one upmanship fast became something much deeper; a major surprise for both commitment shy Dixie and the eternal Playboy, Jase. Jase wants to understand everything about Dixie, but when her past becomes clear their differences may separate them permanently.
From the first sentence this book was ON!! Even though it was longer than most of the stories I’ve read lately, it was a fast paced tug of war between the sexes to see who would win; but in the end they both did. I was both enthralled and enchanted by the character, whose depth made me feel like they were people that I knew. I felt for Dixie; the trauma of her past made me want to cry. I wanted to rage with Jase against her enemies, and cry when she left Jase. I really want to read Tiffany and Porsche’s stories and I soooo want to meet Porsche’s sisters.

Book Blurb for Sex Games

 Genre: Menage Erotic Contemporary

Length: Novel

Dixie Sinclair spends her days toiling over role playing kits in her high-class adult boutique. Allergic to commitment, she considers sexy Jase Cavannaugh to be the perfect partner for some fun and games. After all, he’s just as noncommittal. The man radiates sexual charisma – she’d be crazy not to.

Jase leaps at the chance to play with the little minx. Something about peeling back the layers of her personality and finding the really Dixie Sinclair appeals to him on a primal level. He believes in working hard and playing harder, and she definitely needs someone that can not only quench her sexual appetite, but match her wit.

Neither Dixie nor Jase is prepared for the chemistry their play ignites; and each role play pushes the envelope on not only their darkest fantasies, but their sworn belief that love is a four letter word.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Anal play/intercourse, dubious consent, ménage (m/f/m), voyeurism.

Night Owl Reviews Nov, 2009 4.00