James Games by L.A. Rose (Review)



Every year, the girls of Phi Delta Chii, Fiona Arlett’s dream sorority, hold a competition.

The prize?

James Reid, king size bar of eye candy and famous actor turned haughty undergrad.

The rules?

No girl but the winner can touch him.

The problem?

Fiona miiight have unknowingly banged his brains out last week.

Losing the competition may mean wearing a chicken suit to the sexiest Halloween costume contest, but she’d rather have feathers up her butt than let the truth out.

Unfortunately, she and James have lots in common and more chemistry than the science wing. Soon they’re sneaking around behind the backs of UCSD’s hottest and most vengeful girls.

If they find out?

Fiona’s screwed.


My thoughts:

Seriously, I couldn’t put this book down. There were times when I thought no one can possibly have the confidence Fiona exudes, but it worked for her. She was such a different character from others I’ve read about, and I’d like to think some people really are that secure in their own skin that they’d be as daring as Fiona is. Still, she’s very likable. Even when I thought, just drop out of the sorority already! I still understood why she didn’t. It didn’t fit her personality to quit. So I accepted that she and I are very different people (not that I’m a quitter—I just would have handled the situation differently) and I loved seeing what she was going to do next.

I also loved that James isn’t who everyone thinks he is. He’s much deeper, and Fiona is able to make him open up about that. Yes, their relationship is scorching hot with sex scenes that will make you blush, but it’s not just physical, and I was very happy about that.

I think L.A. Rose has a really winner with this book.


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