Lovegame by Tracy Wolff

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My Review

Rating : 4 out of 5 Stars

This book had me hooked ! It was suspenseful and utterly romantic, with two complex and seductive characters whose chemistry sets the pages ablaze. It started with an intense cat and mouse game and a mystery that kept getting deeper and more intriguing.

Ian Sharpe, Pulitzer prize-winning and bestseller author, writing about serial killers and mass murderers, has accepted to interview Veronica Romero, Hollywood most famous actress, for Vanity Fair. His dedication to this assignment can be surprising, but Ian has a hidden agenda.

A former FBI profiler, Ian is very observant and sees through the perfect and controlled image Veronica wants to give in public. She feels pretty unsettled by Ian’s attitude, always watching her and trying to unravel the truth about her. Ian knows there is a lot more to her than meets the eye. But then, strange things start happening to Veronica. She has memory lapses and is under the impression that she is losing her mind. Is this a set up? Will she accept to show Ian her true self, haunted, fragile and shattered by past events? Trust is important in their relationship, but it must be deserved and mutual.

I had so many questions in my mind while reading, or rather devouring, this book! To say that it kept me on the edge of my seat is an understatement! If you are in the mood for a dark, mysterious and seductive story, told in dual POV, look no further and pick this one. I hope you will enjoy the ride as much as I did !

An advanced copy of this book was kindly provided by publisher Random House Publishing Group-Loveswept, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

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