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Head Games

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New York Times best-selling author Mary B. Morrison delivers a sizzling, twist-filled tale of four competitive friends, a dangerous bet-and high-stakes consequences no one can afford to win. 

From childhood games to career challenges, Trymm, Dallas, Kohl, and Blitz have stayed the best of friends - and each others' toughest competition. These bachelors live to party up, sex it down, and get it all. And now they're betting on which of them can "date-and-dump" the most women in a month - and post the proof on social media. Winner takes all: a cool million dollars. But this game is about to get all-too-real.

Trymm has no problem bedding married women looking for quick-and-dirty satisfaction - until he falls hard for one he can't have. A cynical ex-soldier battling PTSD, Dallas woos a hopeful bride to exhaust her savings for picket-fence promises - just to humor his boys. Kohl enjoys his best one-night stand with a mysterious beauty - but his recklessness backfires big time after he exposes her. And Blitz thinks he's giving a powerful Fortune 500 executive the business - until he gets played. 

Now everything they care about most - money, family, and friendship - is on the line. All the right moves won't keep them safe - especially from each other. And the only way out of the game is to concede or risk everything on a dangerous gamble they can only lose.

©2018 Mary B. Morrison (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Anti-Climax

I really loved the concept of this book, I loved the story line, the narration, the humor, and graphical detail - whole the execution. HOWEVER.. I must agree with some of the comments the ending was such a big let down.
To go through 60 odd chapters to end with that, I was quite disappointed.

I would have rather been left on a cliff-hanger and waited for the sequel..

With that being said, I would still recommend anyone to read!!

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  • Liz Corbett
  • 11-09-18

Left me hanging but a good read

This book was ok... the ending left me hanging. I wish there was a little more to the ending. I would recommend this book!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-09-18

Bad Copy of AudioBook

Several of the scenes kept repeating during my listening of the 11 hour audio-book of Head Games. Thus, I have no idea what I missed. It was hard to follow the story given that. Books by Ashley Antoinette and Jaquavis Coleman are much better.

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  • Jai
  • 30-10-18

not worth the credit

The ending was garbage. This book was redundant an felt half written. There was a gap between where it was headed and the conclusion.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18-10-18

Eh

It was going so well, and had my attention. But the last 10 chapters were rushed. And took away from the book.

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  • Kathryn
  • 23-10-18

Too much going on....

I struggled to finish this book, the storyline flip flopped so much. It was all over the place..

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  • Sheena
  • 12-10-18

Mediocre

I'm sorry, but I was a little disappointed in this book. Mary B Morrison books are normally a lot better than this one.

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  • Nahala
  • 09-10-18

Booooooooo!!! That ending was terrible

The ending of this book could have been so much better. I expected so much more. Very disappointed!!

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  • Kenzie Wright
  • 02-10-18

just ok...

it had good parts. it was very ambitious writing from a vantage point of so many different characters. I was too many stories to end. to many loose ends to wrap up and each ending felt rushed just to have an ending. like for a person to commit suicide after laying the foundation that she was black mailing smh it was just a mess and the ending was underwhelming.

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  • Taylor
  • 28-09-18

Horrible story line.

Skipped through half of the chapters. Don't waste your time. This book was not well thought-out or put together.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-11-19

Distasteful

This book is the wrong attitude for men to have toward women, especially sisters. Be ready to be applauded at the distasteful language and views of the Queens of the mankind.