Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Suspense
Source: ARC via publisher
PLAY FAIR . . . OR PLAY TO WIN?
Falling in love with polar-opposite men was an intoxicating ride that nearly ended Sage Reese's life. Now it's time for Sage to decide: Parker, the clean-cut, filthy-rich business magnate . . . or Ryker, the tough-as-nails undercover detective. Her choice? Neither. Because she can't stand the thought of coming between two brothers-in-arms finally trying to repair their friendship.
Yet not everyone feels the same way, including a mysterious woman who's come to Ryker and Parker for help. Sage knows firsthand how hard it is for the two former Marines to resist a damsel in distress. But something just doesn't feel right.
Now there's a danger closing in that only Sage can see, and she intends to do everything she can to protect Parker and Ryker-even at the risk of losing them both.
The first impression of any book is it’s cover. If you have kept up with this series, then you can see who Sage ends up with just by looking at the couple on the cover. I’m not going to tell you. 😉 I will say Sage did end up with the man I was hoping from the beginning. I was torn in book #1 and part of book #2. But I was Team — all the way in this last installment of Risky Business.
It wouldn’t be a Tiffany Snow novel if it wasn’t fast-paced and full of action. This book was more action packed tan the previous two. There was some sexiness and some hot scenes, but for the most part the storyline mainly focused on suspense. All of that suspense translates into several plot twists. The twists really did keep the story moving quickly. Although there was a turn or two that just didn’t quite work for me. I can’t exactly get into what that was because it would be spoilery. However, I will say it felt too convenient and sort of a plot device to wrapping up the love triangle between Parker, Ryker, and Sage.
I enjoyed reading Play to Win and the entire trilogy. Although this final installment didn’t quite hold the same magic I felt in the first book, I still definitely recommend this romantic suspense series.
THE TRILOGY IS COMPLETE!