A Murderous Game by Patricia Paris

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    Passion. Second Chances. When Murder’s a game…Be Careful how you Play.

    Abby Carpenter is a woman with a few problems: a little red diary that has a way of showing up at the worst times, a creepy coworker trying to sabotage her career, and a philandering ex-husband who won’t stay dead—and now, the CEO of the largest account to land on the doorstep of the marketing firm she works for, happens to be a man she made a complete fool of herself over fourteen years ago.

    Abby’s convinced if he recognizes her the firm could lose the account, and she could lose her job.

    Gage Faraday can’t shake the feeling his new account manager, Abigail Carpenter, reminds him of someone, he just can’t place who. As he begins working with her to develop a marketing plan for his company’s new development, he realizes they’ve run into a snag—he’s developed a major attraction for his new business associate—but, he’s a man who goes after what he wants, and he wants Abby.

    Just when Abby begins to think things may finally be going her way, her ex turns up dead—very dead—and she becomes the primary suspect in the murder investigation.

    Now she’s being pursued by a relentless detective, a sleazy tabloid reporter, and a man who won’t take no for an answer. Will the forces working to tear Abby and Gage apart prevail, or will destiny have its’ due? Find out in this sexy, sassy, romance with a touch of suspense.

    About Patricia Paris:

    patricia-parisI write romance novels about strong heroines and the men who love them.

    I live in the Chesapeke Bay area of Maryland, USA, with my husband, John, and cat, Shiloh. When not writing, my other loves are gardening, sailing, exercising my culinary muscle, and especially, spending time with family and friends.

    My Glebe Point Series, This Time Forever, Letters To Gabriella, and the 2015 release, Return To Glebe Point, are set in the small town of Glebe Point, Maryland and revolve around the tight-knit Morrison Family.

    My other novels, A Murderous Game and the 2014 release, Run Rachael Run, are sexier, sassier, and have an element of suspense.

    I am, unashamedly, a true romantic at heart. I believe everyone deserves a happy ending and strive to deliver that to my readers, every time.

    Review by Mrs. J. Lobb:

    Abby Carpenter dreams up different methods of killing her ex-husband, so much so, that she even discusses it with friends. But nobody is more astonished than her when his dead body is discovered, thrusting her into the limelight as a murder suspect.

    Through work she re-kindles an intense friendship with Gage, who turns out to be one of her late husband’s rivals, more evidence to boot.

    As the story progresses and she protests her innocence, more and more evidence unfolds linking her to his death. Can Detectives find the killer, before police charge her for murder? You’ll have to read the book to find out.

    Paris layers her characters beautifully as she deftly inserts twists and turns into the plot to keep the reader guessing. Wonderfully woven prose, alongside positively sizzling romantic scenes will demand that you flick those pages to the last letter. A gripping read.

    Review by Sweet Falene:

    This is my third book that I’ve read by Ms. Paris. I have to say that her skill with both a complex plot and character (not to mention the sexual tension! Phew!) has increased with each subsequent book.

    A Murderous Game follows Abby and Gage as they meet many years after a teenage debacle that almost saw Gage charged with rape. Throw in a conniving, slimy ex-husband, spicy, mouthy best friend and a fantastic crew of supporting cast members and I wasn’t able to put the book down.

    I felt like the story revolving around the murder, how it came about and who was involved was well played out so that even though I thought I knew what was happening, I kept second guessing myself.

    The sexual tension and emotion between Gage and Abby was HOT, SMOKING HOT, and I loved every minute of it.