Dirty Wife Games (Indecent Games, #2) by Clarissa Wild
Published by Indie on February 28, 2017
Genres: Erotica, Romance
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*This is a standalone novel*
A scorned wife on the run, and a stalker who follows her every move... Match made in heaven?
After being forced to marry a tyrant, Hyun Song flees his home in a desperate attempt to save what's left of her dignity ... and her life.
Now on her own, she tries her best to move on with her simple life. But she quickly realizes she can't escape her past ... and that she's not alone ...
He watches her through her window.
Sends her indecent notes.
Stalks her everywhere she goes.
He wants her badly, and when she finally lets him in ...
It's time for the wife to play a dirty game.
As stated, this book can be read as a standalone. The heroine does have a part in the first book but this one is completely different and barely brushed the topic of the first one. The plot is also very different than the first.
I don’t really want to give too much away but Hyun was forced to marry a man that she did not love and he did not treat her well. She has left him in order to seek a better life for herself. However, he’s never far away and continues to insert himself in her life.
Drake has been in love with Hyun since they were little kids. They never met but he always had his eye on her. No matter what she did and no matter where she went. In true stalker fashion. When the two do finally meet, sparks fly and so does one very twisted game.
I will admit that I did struggle with the pace of the book in the beginning. I felt like it time jumped too often and was kind of difficult to keep up. I don’t know if I struggled to keep up based on the frequency or because I wasn’t able to fully commit to it. However, towards two thirds of the way, it started to stabilize a little more and the flow was much easier to follow. Not only do you have the time jump, you also have dual POV, which I actually enjoyed. I’m glad that we go Drake’s side as well.
I also straddled the line of how I accepted how much of a stalker Drake was. In the end, everything makes much more sense but at first I was conflicted. I shouldn’t have liked it as much as I did but there was always a piece of my mind that kept telling me that it’s creepy and I should not enjoy it. For me, that was one of the best parts of the book. It pushed me close to my comfort zone and made me think. Made me feel. So kudos to you, Clarissa for making that happen.
Overall, I enjoyed the book. Don’t let my rating fool you. If you like books that push you and kind of make you think “WTF” then this is absolutely the book for you.
My breathing is shallow, ragged, as I silently watch her look up at me with those doe-like eyes. She’s magnificent, so innocent … so ripe for the taking.
I don’t know if she’s ready for me … but I can’t return to where we were before.
Her eyes are skidding across the room, and then they zoom in on me. Her lips part but no sound comes out … yet.
I place a finger on my lips and shush her softly, a devious smile lingering. I whisper seductively, “Don’t make a sound. We don’t want the neighbors to hear.”
I prowl closer, approaching the foot of her bed without taking my eyes off her. I feel like an animal, raging with hormones that beg me to fuck her. But I have to take it slowly, so I don’t scare her.
But as my knees touch her toes, she pulls them back, drawing the blanket back too. I can see her sucking in a breath when I lean over and place my hands on the bed.
She watches my every move as I hover over her legs, my mouth salivating from the mere anticipation of tasting her. Her bare feet are in front of me, and I bend over to kiss the top, my fingers softly sliding up her leg. Her skin erupts into goose bumps.
I bite my lip and kiss her ankle, gazing up at her to see if she’s still looking. I want her to see everything I do… everything she makes me do.
Just as I watched her, I want her to be a spectator now.