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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Game Play by Tina Collins is a collection of short erotic stories that will boggle your mind. The people who read my reviews know that I am a total romance nut case, so a chance to read a collection of steamy stories was heaven for me. But I was in for a surprise. These stories are more than just romance, boy meets girl, girl meets boy, they fall in love, they do the horizontal hump and they live happily ever after. Each and every story is different and offers a different face of romance.
Every single story is unique and many of them will surprise you. I, for one, was not expecting “A Forgotten Love” to end like this. It was strange, yet unusual and interesting. And boy, was “Dying Embers” a great surprise. Some of these stories have to do with BDSM or a type of BDSM and, surprisingly, it did not make me squeamish because I try my level best to avoid that genre.
Each story had its own setting and each of them had its atmosphere. There is a sense of freedom in them, even though some of them are not what we call happy endings. These stories are dark, different, and very entertaining. Regardless to say, they had my attention and I love this about the book. These stories are short and snappy. The dialogues are crisp, to the point, and very invigorating. If you are looking for something heart pounding and sizzling, this is for you.