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PLAY FAIR . . . OR PLAY TO WIN? Falling in love with polar-opposite men was an intoxicating ride that nearly ended Sage Reese's life. Now it's time for Sage to decide: Parker, the clean-cut, filthy-rich business magnate . . . or Ryker, the tough-as-nails undercover detective. Her choice? Neither. Because she can't stand the thought of coming between two brothers-in-arms fin PLAY FAIR . . . OR PLAY TO WIN? Falling in love with polar-opposite men was an intoxicating ride that nearly ended Sage Reese's life. Now it's time for Sage to decide: Parker, the clean-cut, filthy-rich business magnate . . . or Ryker, the tough-as-nails undercover detective. Her choice? Neither. Because she can't stand the thought of coming between two brothers-in-arms finally trying to repair their friendship. Yet not everyone feels the same way, including a mysterious woman who's come to Ryker and Parker for help. Sage knows firsthand how hard it is for the two former Marines to resist a damsel in distress. But something just doesn't feel right. Now there's a danger closing in that only Sage can see, and she intends to do everything she can to protect Parker and Ryker-even at the risk of losing them both.


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PLAY FAIR . . . OR PLAY TO WIN? Falling in love with polar-opposite men was an intoxicating ride that nearly ended Sage Reese's life. Now it's time for Sage to decide: Parker, the clean-cut, filthy-rich business magnate . . . or Ryker, the tough-as-nails undercover detective. Her choice? Neither. Because she can't stand the thought of coming between two brothers-in-arms fin PLAY FAIR . . . OR PLAY TO WIN? Falling in love with polar-opposite men was an intoxicating ride that nearly ended Sage Reese's life. Now it's time for Sage to decide: Parker, the clean-cut, filthy-rich business magnate . . . or Ryker, the tough-as-nails undercover detective. Her choice? Neither. Because she can't stand the thought of coming between two brothers-in-arms finally trying to repair their friendship. Yet not everyone feels the same way, including a mysterious woman who's come to Ryker and Parker for help. Sage knows firsthand how hard it is for the two former Marines to resist a damsel in distress. But something just doesn't feel right. Now there's a danger closing in that only Sage can see, and she intends to do everything she can to protect Parker and Ryker-even at the risk of losing them both.

30 review for Play to Win

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mo

    Not going to rate it as, technically, I did not really finish the book. Just skipped to the last chapter to see what happened. Load of horseshit, if you ask me. Not sure I will read any more by her. The "heroine" had no balls and no conviction ... wanted her bread buttered on both fucking sides! I think I might have used up my "eye-rolling gif" quota for the month!! Ah, well. It was worth it. Not going to rate it as, technically, I did not really finish the book. Just skipped to the last chapter to see what happened. Load of horseshit, if you ask me. Not sure I will read any more by her. The "heroine" had no balls and no conviction ... wanted her bread buttered on both fucking sides! I think I might have used up my "eye-rolling gif" quota for the month!! Ah, well. It was worth it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I started this series excited and kept going even after the love triangle presented itself. I couldn't even be mad at that drama. To be honest, it was pretty sexy. But after the second book, I was over it. My eyerolls were abundant. As you can see, that still didn't stop me from continuing the series. Tiffany Snow can keep you hooked! But now, I am officially over it. For real this time. I'm pretty sure this is the last book anyway but the heroine just grated on my nerves to no end in this third I started this series excited and kept going even after the love triangle presented itself. I couldn't even be mad at that drama. To be honest, it was pretty sexy. But after the second book, I was over it. My eyerolls were abundant. As you can see, that still didn't stop me from continuing the series. Tiffany Snow can keep you hooked! But now, I am officially over it. For real this time. I'm pretty sure this is the last book anyway but the heroine just grated on my nerves to no end in this third installment especially. She is worst than Bella in Twilight IMO. Seriously, make up your mind!! And these two heroes are no better. I will never understand why these incredibly desirable and eligible bachelors allowed her ridiculousness to continue. That's fiction for you. Ms. Snow did incorporate some new excitement in this installment, but like I said, I was over it. The only reason I didn't DNF is because I marked this book down for one of my goodreads group challenges and there is something so satisfying about being able to check off that list! If you don't mind relationship drama of the merry-go-round, love-triangle variety, then I would recommend this series. I'm not being sarcastic either. There are readers who will love this series...just not me. Tiffany Snow's Risky Business series includes the following installments as of January 2017. The ratings reflect my personal opinion only. #1-Power Play ★★★¾☆ #2-Playing Dirty ★★½☆☆ #3-Play to Win ★★☆☆☆

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tanja ~ KT Book Reviews

    Whelp, I don’t think I have ever had such a hard time writing a non-spoiler review for Tiffany Snow. With a bit of back and forth and some uproariously funny and seriously sexy inner dialogue in the beginning, we get to the heart of the matter fairly quickly. I am glad too. Sometimes it can be dragged out way too long, and what transpires is a really good mix of understanding and honesty. The past comes back to haunt and a mystery unfolds. Bringing Ryker and Parker together again for a fight for Whelp, I don’t think I have ever had such a hard time writing a non-spoiler review for Tiffany Snow. With a bit of back and forth and some uproariously funny and seriously sexy inner dialogue in the beginning, we get to the heart of the matter fairly quickly. I am glad too. Sometimes it can be dragged out way too long, and what transpires is a really good mix of understanding and honesty. The past comes back to haunt and a mystery unfolds. Bringing Ryker and Parker together again for a fight for answers and in many cases, survival. Sage is also on her a-game. She may be confused, but she’s not stupid or playing the damsel in distress. She’s making her mark, staking her claim, and kicking ass. It’s a good ending to yet another trio of books from the phenomenal Tiffany Snow AKA The Queen of the Love Triangle. Always smart, incredibly funny, and oh-so-sexy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Fran

    2.5 Stars Sorry. I'm so biased. I wanted her to end up with the other guy. Lol 2.5 Stars Sorry. I'm so biased. I wanted her to end up with the other guy. Lol

  5. 5 out of 5

    1-Click Addict Support Group

    When you have to make a choice… Sage Reese has a dilemma of epic proportions. She is in love with two men. Parker and Ryker couldn’t be more different but she loved them for different reasons. How could she decide? “There might be better ways to wake up than sandwiched between two half-naked men, but if there was, I couldn’t imagine what it would be.” This is the third in their continuing story and is full of the suspense and danger that has marked each book in the series. So many questions to be a When you have to make a choice… Sage Reese has a dilemma of epic proportions. She is in love with two men. Parker and Ryker couldn’t be more different but she loved them for different reasons. How could she decide? “There might be better ways to wake up than sandwiched between two half-naked men, but if there was, I couldn’t imagine what it would be.” This is the third in their continuing story and is full of the suspense and danger that has marked each book in the series. So many questions to be answered, with the biggest one being who Sage will pick. Or will she? I was more than ready to find out as the drama seemed to reach a fever pitch in their relationships, as well as in the dangerous situation they found themselves in. The relationship Sage had with these two men in her life is not a surprise—her dilemma has plagued the entire series. Knowing this, I don’t know why but I struggled even more with Sage’s character this time around. I guess I am not as comfortable with how she loved both men and couldn’t decide. I understand monogamy and polyamory, but this relationship didn’t seem to fit either… The story was well-written, though, and the author certainly knows how to bring emotion and tension to a tale of complicated love and suspense. A satisfying ending to an intriguing series. ~ Diane, 3.5 stars ~~~ This review breaks my heart a little. I usually don't like a love triangle, but the first in this series snagged me, and caught me up before I realized what it was doing. I found the way it played out to be refreshing. Sage was equally torn between two really amazing men, who really cared about her for who she was. So, I carried on. Book two had even more drama—the least of which was the triangle. When there are men, organizations, and foreign mobs out to kill you, who has time to worry about who she's going to end up with? This helped allay a lot of my concern and dislike of triangle drama. Truthfully, nothing would have been sexier than if they had just decided to have a lovely little threesome and solve everyone's problems. Nope. Book three. I started it way ahead of schedule, pushing back other due dates and reads. This one, I had to have it now. I absolutely had to know what was going to happen, who she was going to choose, how could there possibly be a true HEA for these people. Apparently through a rather contrived and disappointing plot twist. There were twists upon twists in this book. Characters used as bad guys, characters used as good guys, misunderstandings, and a lot of deceit. It felt almost like a cop out when everything was revealed in the end, and I couldn't help feeling as if all these jumbled plot lines were shaken about for good measure, then shoved into a pretty box, where they were wrapped neatly and tied with a bow. Look! No more mess! All pretty! That doesn't change the state of the items before they were neatly wrapped however, and it felt a little cheap. It most definitely was not a bad read, and even knowing how it plays out, I would recommend this series for the first two books alone. It was just not up to its potential, and definitely not on par with the earlier books’ solid, enthralling story lines. This series was like a mug of good beer. The first sip is amazing, full of flavor and potential. The middle is just starting to make you feel a little giddy in anticipation. Then that last swig is warm and flat, and there's nothing left to do but chug it down. ~ George, 3 stars

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tanja ~ KT Book Reviews

    Whelp, I don’t think I have ever had such a hard time writing a non-spoiler review for Tiffany Snow. With a bit of back and forth and some uproariously funny and seriously sexy inner dialogue in the beginning, we get to the heart of the matter fairly quickly. I am glad too. Sometimes it can be dragged out way too long, and what transpires is a really good mix of understanding and honesty. The past comes back to haunt and a mystery unfolds. Bringing Ryker and Parker together again for a fight for Whelp, I don’t think I have ever had such a hard time writing a non-spoiler review for Tiffany Snow. With a bit of back and forth and some uproariously funny and seriously sexy inner dialogue in the beginning, we get to the heart of the matter fairly quickly. I am glad too. Sometimes it can be dragged out way too long, and what transpires is a really good mix of understanding and honesty. The past comes back to haunt and a mystery unfolds. Bringing Ryker and Parker together again for a fight for answers and in many cases, survival. Sage is also on her a-game. She may be confused, but she’s not stupid or playing the damsel in distress. She’s making her mark, staking her claim, and kicking ass. It’s a good ending to yet another trio of books from the phenomenal Tiffany Snow AKA The Queen of the Love Triangle. Always smart, incredibly funny, and oh-so-sexy. Follow us on KT Book Reviews Twitter Facebook Pinterest Oh lookie what just popped up in my e-mail!!!!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tammy Zautner

    2.5 Stars I wish I could turn back time. Why in the hell did I decide to venture further and read this book, especially when I didn't enjoy Playing Dirty in the slightest? I'll blame it on my curiosity getting the better of me. It needed to see which of these fools the author would pair this obnoxious chick with. My extreme dislike for Sage DID NOT improve with this book. In fact, I am pretty sure I loathed her even more. She was even more whiny, indecisive, and petty. I didn’t think that could e 2.5 Stars I wish I could turn back time. Why in the hell did I decide to venture further and read this book, especially when I didn't enjoy Playing Dirty in the slightest? I'll blame it on my curiosity getting the better of me. It needed to see which of these fools the author would pair this obnoxious chick with. My extreme dislike for Sage DID NOT improve with this book. In fact, I am pretty sure I loathed her even more. She was even more whiny, indecisive, and petty. I didn’t think that could even be possible. I’m beyond over her mixed emotions for Ryker and Parker. By book three, it is time to stop with the whole I love/hate you both but I can't decide routine. For f*ck sake, just pick one!! And the thing is, she never truly picks, because the author brings in a curve ball, taking the choice right out of Sage's hand. Ryker and Parker are much better in this book. Although, Ryker takes on one hell of an attitude; therefore, some may not like his character much do to that. Me, on the other hand, LOVED this change in him. Wish he had shown it during Playing Dirty. It made him wicked hot. I’ve always been all about Parker, but Ryker…he held his own. I honestly don't know what the hell these two saw in that twit, but for some reason they wanted her. This is where I am glad the curve ball came in. Sage needed to be knocked off her pony. Did Sage end up with the one I wanted? I'm not going to tell who she’s with, but I think once you start reading, it’ll be easy to tell who Sage ends up with. It’ll also be easy to figure out she didn’t have to make the hardest choice of her life. Instead, the new player in the game does it for her. So all in all, I think it was quite the cop out. In all honesty, by the end of this book, I didn't want either of them with Sage. Also, prepare yourself because Sage isn't out of danger yet! Oh, no. It starts all over again. Like I said in my last review, how many times can one woman be in that much danger. Thank you, Forever (Grand Publishing) for the complimentary copy of Play to Win.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Saly

    Meh!The whole girl in peril for the umpteenth time, the girl in bed with three men, the return of the ex -- all mighty boring. I guess some plot points were added to make sure this time the loser guy got a consolation prize (unlike Blane who was left alone). Blane and Branna do put in an appearance. But unlike the Kathleen Turner series where I could overlook the sheer stupidity of Kathleen because of how well Kade and Blane were written in this book it was more a case of tell. Ryker left a blan Meh!The whole girl in peril for the umpteenth time, the girl in bed with three men, the return of the ex -- all mighty boring. I guess some plot points were added to make sure this time the loser guy got a consolation prize (unlike Blane who was left alone). Blane and Branna do put in an appearance. But unlike the Kathleen Turner series where I could overlook the sheer stupidity of Kathleen because of how well Kade and Blane were written in this book it was more a case of tell. Ryker left a bland impression even though his motorcycle was supposed to make the reader go, ooh bad boy. While Parker really came across as manipulative. Overall the books in the series went down-hill. Best part was the short lengths that allowed me to finish all three in 4 hours.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    Meh. A bit predictable in places and silly in others. I found myself not liking the main character Sage for a good portion of the book which is why it ended up with 3 stars. I asked myself way too often how many times can one character possibly get beat up, shot, or chased. An ok ending to the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lynn (Ellesea Loves Reading)

    After reading Playing Dirty, I was undecided as to who Sage would choose. I really like both Parker and Ryker and could imagine her happy with either man. Despite being left heartbroken after Tiffany's last love triangle, I was cautious to form an attachment to either Parker or Ryker and surprised that one guy didn't outshine the other to compete for my affection in this series. In addition, there's the hunch I've had since before the Risky Business series started about which way I the series wo After reading Playing Dirty, I was undecided as to who Sage would choose. I really like both Parker and Ryker and could imagine her happy with either man. Despite being left heartbroken after Tiffany's last love triangle, I was cautious to form an attachment to either Parker or Ryker and surprised that one guy didn't outshine the other to compete for my affection in this series. In addition, there's the hunch I've had since before the Risky Business series started about which way I the series would go, so I've read each book without my gut-feeling clouding my opinion. It's decision time for Miss Reece, so who will she choose? To begin with, Sage decides she doesn't want either Parker or Ryker. She hopes the former best friends can rebuild their broken friendship and doesn't want her personal relationship with either guy to hinder any reconciliation. But, best-laid plans somehow manage to become unstuck: "Ryker had said he wasn't giving up on me, and Parker had told me he loved me." It quickly became apparent only one guy is in the running to capture Sage's heart and I was a little disappointed that there was no big drama attached to the love triangle. The protagonists all acted like mature adults...no tug-of-war, no big fight or nastiness! I was prepared for heartbreak and tears, but there were none. The pages kept turning as the plot is fast paced and littered with twists...some I foresaw, some I didn't. The writing is impeccable; sexy, suspenseful with fun and humorous dialogue- Classic Tiffany Snow. Who got the Happy Ever After with Sage? That would be telling but to reassure those that like all threads tied up in a neat bow; both Parker and Ryker are happy...and Sage! I'm pleased to say my hunch was correct too– yay! 4 stars ***arc generously received courtesy of Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    iffany Snow has always been one of my favorite writers. She wrote the book boyfriend that remains at the top of my list to this day-Blane Kirk. She has a way of writing characters in such a way that you become emotionally attached. Trust me, I'm still licking my wounds over how the Kathleen Turner series, which broke my heart. So I was reluctant to get emotionally attached to another love triangle. But, this series and these characters were hard to resist. Sage Reese is a plucky heroine that can iffany Snow has always been one of my favorite writers. She wrote the book boyfriend that remains at the top of my list to this day-Blane Kirk. She has a way of writing characters in such a way that you become emotionally attached. Trust me, I'm still licking my wounds over how the Kathleen Turner series, which broke my heart. So I was reluctant to get emotionally attached to another love triangle. But, this series and these characters were hard to resist. Sage Reese is a plucky heroine that can frustrate you one moment and have you saying "Go on, girl!"'the next. She has a problem most women would die for--two great but different men love her. Who will she choose? Over this series, we've seen her fall for both men but the connection with one just can't be denied. I loved the chemistry between the three leads and that just blooms in this last book. A face from the past throws a big wrench in the triangle and the twists and turns had me not wanting to put the book down. In the end, Sage does make a choice and it was far and away the right one. I absolutely loved this series and hate that it's only three books.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    Big thumbs up because Sage chose who was right for her!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Janet Faes

    She makes so many stupid choices.... so, so many. I can’t even. She doesn’t deserve either. Nope.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Christi Snow

    My Review: From the moment I finished reading book #2 in this series, I've been dying to get my hands on this book. And I'll be honest...at that point I wasn't sure who I wanted Sage to end up with...Parker or Ryker. I won't post any spoilers, but I will say that overall, I'm happy with the outcome. There's a letter from the author at the start of the book and she talks about how this was a difficult book to write. I could see that especially in the suspense story line...not that the book was bad My Review: From the moment I finished reading book #2 in this series, I've been dying to get my hands on this book. And I'll be honest...at that point I wasn't sure who I wanted Sage to end up with...Parker or Ryker. I won't post any spoilers, but I will say that overall, I'm happy with the outcome. There's a letter from the author at the start of the book and she talks about how this was a difficult book to write. I could see that especially in the suspense story line...not that the book was bad. It just wasn't quite as amazing as the book before it. (I can't speak about book #1 because I still haven't gotten around to reading that one although it is in my TBR pile.) There were a few things that just didn't work for me that made me question the possibility of that actually happening. (i.e...Sage was arrested about a murder that happened while Sage was there when the person died, but not only did they let her go, but they never even questioned her about what happened...because she knows a cop...um, no. no. no.) Those kind of little details in an already somewhat weak suspense line could have really ruined this book for me. Luckily, the romance was good enough for me to make up some of that for me. I did like how that whole part of the story unfolded. Although I still have issues with the Natalie story line overall, I did think that conflict added something to the romantic conflict and angst and chemistry. So while this book wasn't a total win for me like the other book in this series, I was happy with the ending and overall did enjoy the book. This is a romance series that I would recommend, but it's one of those where it's better if you read all three books in the series because the story line progresses over the three books. They don't each have their own story. The romance arc takes all three books to be resolved. I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Thank goodness this story is finally over. While at the beginning of this series I really loved the whole who would Sage end up with drama but by this book I was really over it. Did Sage finally pick someone? Yes but believe me she didn't really pick it was kind of chosen for her by the events that happened in this book. Of course if you read the previous books you know it was a back and forth thing but at the end I was a little disappointed in the choice. Okay this book is similar to the others Thank goodness this story is finally over. While at the beginning of this series I really loved the whole who would Sage end up with drama but by this book I was really over it. Did Sage finally pick someone? Yes but believe me she didn't really pick it was kind of chosen for her by the events that happened in this book. Of course if you read the previous books you know it was a back and forth thing but at the end I was a little disappointed in the choice. Okay this book is similar to the others. Lots of shooting, drama and bad people who are out to get Sage. I swear I haven't read a book in a long time where the heroine just had a black rain cloud over her head the entire time. If it wasn't one thing it was something else. There were times while I was reading that I couldn't stop my eyes from rolling or skimming through certain parts. I really wanted to say this was a great trilogy but I wish something would have been different for this third and final book. Without spoiling with who Sage ends up with is kinda hard but I'll try my best not to. Okay so while everything is going on someone from Parker and Rykers past is back and honestly a lot of the drama has to deal with them. Sage just gets caught in the middle of these two alpha men again just like she does in the first two. Does the friendship between Parker and Ryker finally get repaired? For that you will actually have to read this. Did I enjoy the series up until this book? Yes, I did and I really did like the first two books but yet this last book just didn't capture me the way the previous books did. Would I recommend it? Yes, but be warned its a lot of going back and forth. This book does have a HEA for all three of them and an epilogue that ties them all together.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth (Perusing Princesses)

    OMG... this series is KILLLLLERRRR!!! I just love it! Tiffany has thrown Dean, Parker and Sage in a ninja blender and just does not let up! They have come through life and death situations, they have survived horrible accidents and some not so accidental... they are trying so hard to do the right thing not only in loving each other but also in getting the bad guys and saving the good people... its just non stop hold your breath and omg moments! Sage has really grown up into a strong woman... a figh OMG... this series is KILLLLLERRRR!!! I just love it! Tiffany has thrown Dean, Parker and Sage in a ninja blender and just does not let up! They have come through life and death situations, they have survived horrible accidents and some not so accidental... they are trying so hard to do the right thing not only in loving each other but also in getting the bad guys and saving the good people... its just non stop hold your breath and omg moments! Sage has really grown up into a strong woman... a fight for she wants against all odds person.  She is learning so much about herself and her life that lord knows my head was spinning.  But she prevails amongst personal tragedy.  She picks up her broken body and heart time and time again and trudges on... It was truly amazing to see that Sage's efforts were not in vain... she has managed to salvage Dean and Parker's friendship... and just in the nick of time with new threats to them.  And they need their friendship now more than ever to survive these new attacks. The ending of the love triangle was exactly as it should have been...  it didn't drag out and it was peaceful and complete.  You really get the sense of love between the three of them, especially without the angst anymore.  Sage is a very very lucky woman!! Freaking love TIFFANY SNOW!!! Visit the Castle at Perusing Princesses to read more reviews

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Oh My Gosh Y'all....Play to Win was the absolute perfect ending to this trilogy! Everything about this final installment was pure perfection and had all the ingredients that I love to read. Not only was there the sizzling HOT romance I have come to expect from Tiffany Snow, it was action packed with so many twists and turns, I am surprised I did not end up with whip lash. This is one book that definitely kept me on the edge of my seat, not wanting to stop reading for one second. And that ending? Oh My Gosh Y'all....Play to Win was the absolute perfect ending to this trilogy! Everything about this final installment was pure perfection and had all the ingredients that I love to read. Not only was there the sizzling HOT romance I have come to expect from Tiffany Snow, it was action packed with so many twists and turns, I am surprised I did not end up with whip lash. This is one book that definitely kept me on the edge of my seat, not wanting to stop reading for one second. And that ending? Pure perfection. {Sigh} And you know what was the best part? There were no losers in the love triangle that was building in books one and two. Everyone of the characters we have grown to love comes out a winner. Yes, this book absolutely ends with a happily ever after for all of our main characters. If you haven't had a chance to start this series, then go out and one-click now! You will not want to miss out on this one. Ms. Snow is an amazing writer and I am so glad to be called one of her readers. - See more at: The Avid Book Collector

  18. 4 out of 5

    Beverly

    Phenomenal No one writes a better, thrilling romantic suspense novel than Tiffany Snow! PLAY TO WIN, the final book in the RISKY BUSINESS series is no exception; It's outrageously phenomenal! So many twists, turns, ups and downs are intertwined throughout this book, I was kept on my toes guessing but never guessing correctly. I loved this about the book. I've never suffered so many jaw dropping moments as I experienced in this book; each was better than the other! PLAY TO WIN is a definite page t Phenomenal No one writes a better, thrilling romantic suspense novel than Tiffany Snow! PLAY TO WIN, the final book in the RISKY BUSINESS series is no exception; It's outrageously phenomenal! So many twists, turns, ups and downs are intertwined throughout this book, I was kept on my toes guessing but never guessing correctly. I loved this about the book. I've never suffered so many jaw dropping moments as I experienced in this book; each was better than the other! PLAY TO WIN is a definite page turner! While reading the RISKY BUSINESS series I wouldn't allow myself to choose either Ryker or Parker for Sage. I was #TeamConfused, and I'm glad I remained in that state until the end. I was extremely pleased with the way Ms Snow resolved the love triangle in this book, absolutely masterful! I love books where EVERYONE is happy in the end and this was the case in PLAY TO WIN! Thank you Tiffany Snow for another winning series! You hit this one out of the ballpark, clearing the bases! Well done!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sally

    Play to Win by Tiffany Snow 4.5 Stars Holy Moly !! When past & present collide you’re in for one hell of a ride! YES! YES! YES! So happy how this one turned out! Come onnnn we all had our hopes on who was going to get the girl but in typical Tiffany Snow fashion it is all about the journey. With so many twist and turns she keeps us on our toes for the whole duration. NEVER a dull moment! Action, Suspense, Humor, Romance and oh so sexy ;) Tiffany Snow I can’t wait to see what you have coming up next Play to Win by Tiffany Snow 4.5 Stars Holy Moly !! When past & present collide you’re in for one hell of a ride! YES! YES! YES! So happy how this one turned out! Come onnnn we all had our hopes on who was going to get the girl but in typical Tiffany Snow fashion it is all about the journey. With so many twist and turns she keeps us on our toes for the whole duration. NEVER a dull moment! Action, Suspense, Humor, Romance and oh so sexy ;) Tiffany Snow I can’t wait to see what you have coming up next. Praying it’s another trilogy because for ME trilogies are where it’s AT! Loved it! Remember this is the last book in the Risky Business series. So if you haven’t read book 1 & 2 START THERE! Note ** Pay no attention to my dates I was moving during this time period and I am TOTALLY BSing the dates LOL

  20. 4 out of 5

    Jezabell Girl

    5+++ Stars A perfect ending to a perfect series!!! We are proud to provide honest and unbiased reviews written from the heart. Review Requests: http://www.jezabellgirlandfriends.com... Email: [email protected] Web: http://jezabellgirl.com FB: http://facebook.com/jezabellgirlandfr... Twitter: http://twitter.com/Jezabell_girl Google+: http://google.com/+JezabellGirl Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/JezabellGirl TSU: https://www.tsu.co/Jezabell_Girl 5+++ Stars A perfect ending to a perfect series!!! We are proud to provide honest and unbiased reviews written from the heart. Review Requests: http://www.jezabellgirlandfriends.com... Email: [email protected] Web: http://jezabellgirl.com FB: http://facebook.com/jezabellgirlandfr... Twitter: http://twitter.com/Jezabell_girl Google+: http://google.com/+JezabellGirl Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/JezabellGirl TSU: https://www.tsu.co/Jezabell_Girl

  21. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Much better than the 2nd book. Still a lot of ridiculousness, but that's what makes these books fun. Much better than the 2nd book. Still a lot of ridiculousness, but that's what makes these books fun.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Imagey

    Tiffany Snow never disappoint. I really love that Sage ended up with him. It is not like I don't like the other, I love them both but for me I like her with him more. Tiffany Snow never disappoint. I really love that Sage ended up with him. It is not like I don't like the other, I love them both but for me I like her with him more.

  23. 4 out of 5

    ava_magick

    Utter insanity. No words to describe this except for utter disappointed with this series. Also, I can't stand Sage. Utter insanity. No words to describe this except for utter disappointed with this series. Also, I can't stand Sage.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Angela_t

    A bit anticlimactic this one. Spolier Alert It was going ok until the ending. I thought there was just too much going on that when Sage and Parker finally got together, I was like, meh! Whatever. The wait for that to happen took so long that it became boring. I loved the first book. The second, I got really annoyed with the heroine. She was too fickle and a cry baby. And her not taking a day off after getting beaten or hurt in some major ways was unbelievable. Also, going back and forth so many t A bit anticlimactic this one. Spolier Alert It was going ok until the ending. I thought there was just too much going on that when Sage and Parker finally got together, I was like, meh! Whatever. The wait for that to happen took so long that it became boring. I loved the first book. The second, I got really annoyed with the heroine. She was too fickle and a cry baby. And her not taking a day off after getting beaten or hurt in some major ways was unbelievable. Also, going back and forth so many times bothered me. In this book, I was dissatisfied on how quickly Ryker got over Sage and soon as the new lady came in. It made me think that all "I love you" he'd say to her was all BS. He didn't even feel torn about it, it seems. I felt cheated because we were shown so much of them two being together. The writting style was still good but I think the author went overboard with the plot. Don't get me wrong though. These were the things I didn't like. I don't regret reading the whole series at all. It was a page turner most of the time. I love the whole triangle love affair plot but either make it a menage trios (which I don't mind if this author does it) or don't take it too far and then back out.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    3.5-4 stars. I had a feeling that the past would come back into the present and I was not wrong. It threw an interesting curve ball into the story and made it clear to me whom Sage would choose when the time came (I think the book cover hints quite a bit). Obviously, there are complications along the way with lives being in danger and figuring out who to trust and all that. The suspense portion wasn't as riveting this time around because Sage is always sticking her nose where it doesn't belong, 3.5-4 stars. I had a feeling that the past would come back into the present and I was not wrong. It threw an interesting curve ball into the story and made it clear to me whom Sage would choose when the time came (I think the book cover hints quite a bit). Obviously, there are complications along the way with lives being in danger and figuring out who to trust and all that. The suspense portion wasn't as riveting this time around because Sage is always sticking her nose where it doesn't belong, which obviously backfires on her. She's definitely stronger and more ballsy rather than running in the other direction out of fear. The twist caught me off guard, definitely not what I was anticipating, but I liked not being able to predict it. Despite all the calamity and action, things got tied up pretty neatly by the end, which seemed a bit forced and convenient to me, but worked out well for each of the characters, all of whom I felt fairly neutral about no matter how it would've ended.

  26. 4 out of 5

    WiLoveBooks

    It took a while to get there, but we finally landed on the HEA I was hoping for. Plenty of danger, near-death experiences, and twists I didn’t see coming. If you can handle a triangle where the heroine can’t make her mind up between two guys for a while, start with Power Play and Playing Dirty. Worth it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Chrissy

    I love all her books!!! Tiffany's books always make your emotions run the gamut and even though there's a love triangle you don't hate the ones involve, which, I think, is really hard to pull off. I liked the characters so much and the action and drama never allowed you to get bored! I love all her books!!! Tiffany's books always make your emotions run the gamut and even though there's a love triangle you don't hate the ones involve, which, I think, is really hard to pull off. I liked the characters so much and the action and drama never allowed you to get bored!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    This book was the worst of this series. Very disappointing. I actually really liked the first 2 books aside from Sage. I liked the story Andy history between Parker and Ryker. I was thrilled that Parker had finally admitted and professed his love for Sage. But this book took a turn towards ridiculous

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jennie

    This is how Kathleen Turner should have gone, only instead of feeling gratified I just feel disappointed. The amount of drama and action packed into this story left me feeling strung out. At least it's done now and I can file this author safely back into the dark recesses of my brain...until the next series goes on sale... This is how Kathleen Turner should have gone, only instead of feeling gratified I just feel disappointed. The amount of drama and action packed into this story left me feeling strung out. At least it's done now and I can file this author safely back into the dark recesses of my brain...until the next series goes on sale...

  30. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

    Great book I’m so sad this series has come to an end. I fell in love with these characters and got seriously hooked with each book. I happy the way things turned out too. Can’t wait for another Ms Snow series.

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