Clay is a night D.J. for a radio
station. His roommate Seth is a sexy, straight cop and Clay’s
had a secret crush on him ever since they started rooming
together. When Seth comes up with the idea to get rid of his
persistent, possessive, bigoted girlfriend by pretending to be
gay, Clay is reluctant to help him. Clay’s best friend,
Anthony, helps convince him to go along with the plan. When
Seth asks Clay to teach him about being gay, things start to
get out of hand. Will Clay get what he’s always wanted, or
will he end up with a broken heart?
The Name of the Game was a wonderful read!
Willa Okati’s heroes are always delicious. Although Seth
could be clueless at times, his journey toward understanding
himself was believable and touching. Clay was so sweet I just
wanted to hug him!
Ms. Okati really knows how to write a
story that has it all. There were parts in The Name of
the Game that had me laughing out loud, while other
scenes had me tearing up. Great characters, lots of emotion,
and hot, tender love scenes made this a book that I’ll be
rereading many times.