Also by this author: High, Darkest Before Dawn
Two Guys (The Game, #2) by L.P. Lovell, Stevie J. Cole
Published by Indie on March 10, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Dark, Erotica
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Down the rabbit hole I fall. I had expectations, but I couldn't have been more wrong. I'm confused and lost in this game they're playing. Preston and Tobias. I want them. I crave them, and I shouldn't, because I am nothing more than a rich man's toy.
One contract. Two guys. Three players. Four strikes. Five rules. Six figures. Seven days.
No safe words.
Are you game?
“Sometimes we surprise ourselves with what we like once the chains of moral construct are removed”
Two Guys is the second installment in The Game Series and just like the first one, you are left with grabby hands, dying for the next one. And let’s be honest, it’s getting darker and darker. If this is where we are at after the second one, then I think by the seventh, I just might explode.
Each installment focuses on one day of the contract between Ella, Tobias and Preston. Although we are just on day two, it’s been a whirlwind and it’s full of action and suspense. Tobias and Preston are really starting to push Ella and force her to really face what could be morally wrong situations. Everything about this game that Tobias and Preston are playing screams how wrong it is and I just eat it up.
In my review for One Contract, I mentioned that one of the men had a darker side to them that I was itching to find out more but now Two Guys had made me realize that they are both darker than we originally thought and I honestly don’t know which one is more dangerous right now. And I love that!
The sexual tension between the three of them is insane and keeps you dying for more of them together. You can tell that there’s a bit more going on with Tobias and Preston and holy fuck do I want to see more of that. Like now. Forever. There’s also another weird twist to this game that I really need to figure out. Who is the other person that Tobias keeps talking to?
Overall, I enjoyed this novella and I’m enjoying this series. It’s dark and twisted and deliciously scandalous and I want it all now! Well done LP and Stevie! You’ve got me hooked so keep them coming.