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A sham marriage to an infamous playboy - what could possibly go wrong? Don’t miss the breathtaking, high-stakes conclusion to the Dirty Games duet by New York Times best-selling author Laurelin Paige!

Their union started with a simple plan: to fake a marriage that would allow Elizabeth to take over her father’s company and merge it with Weston’s holdings, creating a vast media empire. But what began as a pretend marriage has become all too real....

Now a bombshell about Weston’s past is keeping him rooted at home while Elizabeth must travel across the globe to take up the company reigns. But their intense connection could bring the entire game crashing down as they’re forced to choose power and family...or the love of a lifetime.

©2018 Laurelin Paige (P)2018 Audible Originals, LLC.

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fantastic

Great story, i loved following their story. such a lovely escape from the daily grind.

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  • Hayley
  • 21-08-2018

I yelled at this book

I really enjoyed part one of this duet, but I felt like the characters in this book made every predictable bad decision and I spent a lot of time yelling at the characters to act like mature adults.

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  • Thelma
  • 14-08-2018

Love Weston and Elizabeth!!

Elena Wolfe & Jacob Morgan Narration.. was amazing!! really love the way they make us feel, all the emotions and feelings through the whole story.. Elena really brought Elizabeths to life, he voice and narration really made me feel all the changes on Lizzy's character as the story was flowing.. Jacobs narration was amazing with all the different tones and voices for the other characters making the story more enjoyable .. really love their work!!

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I was literally dying to know what happened with Weston and Elizabeth and finally, they're here!!!

Dirty Sexy Games is the conclusion of the Dirty Games Duet. We first met Weston and Elizabeth on Dirty Sexy Player, at the beginning their relationship was a little rocky as they both were fighting for their own interests but as the story continues we get to see how slowly their walls begin to fall.. what started as something planned ended in better terms..

in Dirty Sexy Games, we see another side of the main characters. I feel like both have grown so much and have come to terms of what they want and need, making their love more evident and also a priority... no longer feeling the need to pretend..

Elizabeth was a little shy or "naive" when we first met her, but the more the story flows, the more her character gets stronger.
It feels like in Dirty Sexy Games she finally founds her uniqueness or identity in her own story as well as showing us a bolder side, and more connected with Weston.. her priority was her company and now she no longer knows what matters anymore.

Weston was a little bit of a hot jerk at the beginning of the story but in Dirty Sexy Games his character also shows a different view. He still super hot and alpha, and let's not talk about the dirty sexy talking because he is a master in that but also he is more committed and more determines to make things work between Lizzy and him.. his speech, his feeling everything feel more different and more in love with Elizabeth..

What I really like about Weston and Elizabeth story is how we get to see the transition in both characters.. owning their feelings and emotions.. no longer acting, pretending or hiding their love.. validating what they wanted and needed.. no longer paying attention to others.. forgetting about old agendas they finally understood they belonged together and that there was no case in acting differently. They'll fight to be together, no matter the obstacles life keeps bringing at them..

I really love the Dirty Games Duet, Laurelin stories are always super hot and mind-blowing and this was not the exception.. Dirty Sexy Games definitely another favorite from Laurelin.

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  • april R.H
  • 19-08-2018

Incredible listen!

Weston and Elizabeth have just married and even though they are definitely in love,happily ever after may not happen.
Perfect amount of angst and romance with strong and lovable characters. Not to mention some really hot loving!
The narration from Elena Wolfe and Jacob Morgan was incredible you could really feel the emotions thru their voice.

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  • Alodi
  • 14-08-2018

Loved it!

I mean anything that involves Jacob Morgan is meant to be absolutely astounding! I love the tenor of his voice! And Elena Wolf I have always loved her performances but both of them together truly brought the story and characters to life. Absolutely great story of course from Laurelin Paige which is always expected from any work he does. Thank you guys for an amazing work!

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  • Carol
  • 13-08-2018

Unloveable characters

Apparently the new fashion in romance novels is to break one book into two short segments. Ahh, a money-making strategy worthy of the book's business genius hero!

I really enjoyed the first book of this "duet" about an engagement of convenience that by the wedding at the end of Book One had blossomed into real love. The first book ended with a bombshell revelation just before the vows, and I was looking forward to seeing how the sort-of-but-not-quite-happy couple Weston and Elizabeth handled the potentially interesting dilemma their life together had suddenly become.

Well, Book 2 was a major disappointment. The smart and interesting couple in a complex situation suddenly dissolved in the suds of soap opera. The characters do really stupid things (like the groom dancing with his ex-girlfriend before dancing with his bride, and the bride crying on her ex-boyfriend's shoulder about it, which as always happens in soap opera the groom saw and misinterpreted....)

And as in soap opera, if you're the new husband who's just been hit with a major piece of life-changing news, of course you are not going to tell your bride about it, but let her stew and worry as you leave her alone in bed the morning after the wedding night. And speaking of the wedding night, I know Weston is supposed to be an aggressively dominant alpha male, but to tell your bride "I'm going to **** someone tonight, do you want it to be you or not?"---well, from that point on Weston pretty much lost me.

AND if you're a young woman trying to prove you have the savvy and judgment to head up an international media corporation, of course you will call on your ex-boyfriend (who was sniffing around you while you were engaged and of whom your new husband is already jealous) to "check out" your new husband's background. Really? Good Judgment Call? Sayonara, Elizabeth.

I've given this installment a 3, mainly because I fast-forwarded over much of the middle part, and there were a few interesting twists. But in fact I never warmed to any of the characters--not the main couple or the supporting cast, and maybe it should have been a 2. Also, I am a huge fan of Jacob Morgan, but he read the entire thing with an annoying lisp. I got the feeling his opinion of the characters was right there with mine.

These books were both part of the Romance Package, so were essentially "free" for me, and I probably wouldn't have spent a credit on either of them. But I guess the interesting and unusual buildup of the first book made the experience worth it, and I'm happy now to hit "delete from device" on both of these.

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  • Avephoenix
  • 15-08-2018

ABSO-BLOODY-LUTELY BRILLIANT!!

All I have to say as my personal opinion is the following:

If I could give more than 5 STARS, my end result should be15 DESERVING STARS!!

STORYLINE = 5
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STORYTELLING = 5

OMG, I can't believe I went back and listen to the whole duet 3 times 🤩😍🤗 🤯🤯🤯 absobloodylutely brilliant!!
The performance by Elena Wolfe & Jacob Morgan was Mind-freaking-blowing!! I have absolutely LOVED listening to this amazing duet and highly recommend it!!

I didn't wanted it to be over 😭😭 Thanks Laurelin 🙌👏👏👏 You're the greatest!! Excellent choice of narrators ❤💕❤

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  • Lynnz
  • 18-09-2018

Great Conclusion in this Duet

It had been a while since I listened to Book 1, so I had to go back and listen again. Not a hardship. I enjoyed Book 1 a second time, and was so excited to continue the story in Book 2. Great story. It was a bit frustrating because of lack of communication between Elizabeth and Weston. However, I was unable to put it down because it was exciting. The narrators did an excellent job with the characters and their personalities.

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  • Angela G.
  • 16-09-2018

What happens after the wedding...

In this brilliant conclusion,the attraction between Weston and Elizabeth are more than evident. Unfortunately circumstamces, space and time play key roles in keeping these two apart and drive a wedge in a budding relationship that could be a chance of a lifetime at happiness.
I absolutely loved the ups and downs in this story. The plot thickened while shocking twists and revelations brought out all kinds of emotions in me. It was hard to put this book down. I rooted for the characters so hard hard for these two, hoping for a dream worthy happy ending. I highly recommend this duet and the preceding set as well.
Elana Wolfe and Jacob Morgan are top notch narrators sparking romance angst in all of their heart-swelling narrations.

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  • Carried Away With Books
  • 13-09-2018

Story - Hard To Even Care / Narrators - Good

It's hard to accept that these characters could be so childish and make such idiotic decisions. Never really liked the concept of a Duet - One story for the price of two! And I'm sorry this Duet has turned me off of this author as well. These characters are so foolish you finally just don't care. Won't even try to read another one. Narrators, on the other hand, did an excellent job.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-09-2018

Perfect!!! enjoyed the story.

I really enjoy these narrators. I cannot stand a book with bad narratives. worth it

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 07-08-2018

Excellent

Wow only got this today and I’ve already listened to this brilliant book and as ever the narrators are absolutely brilliant.