Dangerous Games (Dangerous Beauty, #3) by J.T. Geissinger

by J.T. Geissinger
Dangerous Games Series: Dangerous Beauty #3
on November 19, 2019
Pages: 221
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The epic conclusion to the thrilling Dangerous Beauty series.

The game isn’t over until somebody dies.
Eva knows what it’s like to be imprisoned by a man’s twisted obsessions. But after running, hiding, and finding refuge in a rescuer’s arms, she’s suddenly pulled back into the black hole of her past. Kidnapped by her sadistic ex, Dimitri, and with the love of her life left for dead, Eva is facing down the worst of her demons alone.
If Dimitri wants to play sick games, Eva’s ready. She already knows how dark they can get. But despite her fears, she hasn’t been abandoned. Naz is in hot pursuit. And the last thing Dimitri expects is for a dead man to come calling. For Eva and Naz, worlds apart yet bound by fierce and unbreakable passion, it’s time to beat the devil.
To do it they’ll have to be just as ruthless, seductive, and cunning. With every pulse of the heart, they must risk it all to play Dimitri’s final game to its harrowing end—and win.
PART 3 OF 3 (Not a standalone)

Thank you, Next! ⭐️

What do you call that feeling when you pick your fav author, get excited for a series of books that spiked your interest while reading the previous one, finish the first one – get even more excited the pissed off it ends in a cliffhanger, wait patiently a few months for the second one and then another few months for the final piece of the puzzle, only to realize it wasn’t at all what you’ve expected? 😔🤔

Ok, I’ll admit it out loud. I was slightly disappointed. I feel like I had such high hopes for this series, enjoyed the first book a lot, but then, from the second one, the real drama started. Drama is the term I use to express all those traits that erase the pink in my fairy tales and I really need that pink! I need happiness, giddiness, butterflies in my stomach, not the angst, the nail chewing, the fear and all that cringing.

I haven’t highlighted anything from this one. Not a single line. There’s nothing worth remembering, except for that fear I felt all the time it took me reading it. It broke my heart in way too many pieces and my lovely J.T Geissinger didn’t manage to put it back together. 😢 Too much brutality. Too much suffering. Too much pain. Too much bad and so little good in this story.

There is, however, a great part: Killian! ❤️ This amazing side character, a mysterious, funny charming, i-hope-he-gets-his-own-series-ASAP man! He’s to be remembered and worshiped and as others have said it before me, we need to start a petition for Ms. Geissinger to tell us his story. 🙏🏻