"A wonderfully funny romantic suspense"
Nicholas Price is not someone to be toyed with and he is
hard and ruthless when it comes to his children. Widowed
high school English teacher, Faith Cody has been hired to
care for his children. She wakes to find herself
unexpectedly thrown into a world of intrigue unlike any
she has ever known. The children she has been hired to
watch are kidnapped.
Nick has a past that would send most people running for
the hills yet Faith finds herself falling in love with the
father of the two children. She loves Nick's children as
if they were her own and is determined to help him find
them in spite of the danger, Nick's erratic behavior, and
his distrust of her.
The Game We Play is wonderfully funny in places with just
enough suspense thrown in to keep you on the edge. This
book is one of those you pick up and cannot put down until
you have read the very last word. I was so drawn into
Faith and Nick's story that I did not even notice that I
had read it in one sitting until I was done and it was 3
PNR REVIEWS © Copyright December 2002
Reviewed by Cheryl Barr
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted June 6, 2003