|Release Date: May 2, 2016|
from Entangled Brazen
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"Reclusive magazine exec Ethan Talley is furious when his business partner hires a photographer—a
gorgeous photographer who insists on speaking her mind, damn it—to take pictures for an upcoming article. No matter how badly he wants the woman…under him, over him, against the nearest wall…he has reasons for not wanting to be on camera anymore, and his scars are only one of them.
It takes approximately two seconds for Lissa Kingsman to recognize Ethan as the popular YouTube gamer who fell off the planet years ago. But this Ethan is different than the charming man she used to watch, and the crush she had on him then is nothing compared to the way she’s lusting after the brooding man he is today. If sex is all he can give her, fine. Why not use that bearskin rug in her studio for something other than a prop? But she’s determined to put a chink in his armor, no matter how much he resists."
This has been such a fun series and I’m really sad I have to say goodbye. This series is such a breath of fresh air for the romance genre and I’ve loved the nerdiness of it all. I knew from the beginning that Ethan had a story to tell and it was worth the wait.
I adore Ethan and Lissa. Ethan was so grumpy and I loved him all the more for that. His hot and cold mood swings gave me whiplash but it was understandable. Lissa though, I adored. She was so strong and confident and passionate. I loved how she told it like it was and wasn’t willing to put up with Ethan’s crap. She knew what she wanted and wasn’t afraid to ask for it and go get it. These two were great together and they were fun to watch.
I also loved seeing some of my favorites again. I forgot how hysterical Grant was and he had me cracking up. I also loved seeing Chad because Chad is forever my favorite and the scene with him in the beginning was pure gold. I’m really going to miss these characters.
Leveling The Field was a great addition to the Gamers series and I devoured it. This series delivered such a great cast of characters and I’m sad to leave them all behind. This is not a series to be missed.