YES! Anger, frustration, jealousy, and
passion all happened between two ad executives competing for
the same high dollar account. Steve Miller is currently one of
the top salesmen at his company, when newcomer Mark Richfield
is hired and lands a huge account within days of employment.
Steve expected the advertising world to be less dangerous than
his stint as a Los Angeles police officer, but corporate
politics seem to be taking over both his personal and
professional life with the all likelihood of breaking his
heart in the process. Mark is polished, sexy, charismatic,
British and everything Steve admires in a man.
When top management and company
executives are required to attend a team building retreat, the
sparks, arguments, tension, and sexual desires all explode
when Steve and Mark are on their own in the middle of the
desert. In Capital Games, I found both Steve and
Mark to be men I liked. Steve was upfront and honest about his
feelings, though easy to anger. Mark, as sexy as he was, drove
me nuts with his desire to please the people in his life, from
his family to his fiancé. And see, that one little problem
word: fiancé? Can Steve convince Mark to become a
permanent fixture in Steve’s life and cancel the wedding?
I enjoyed watching the relationship
unfold and especially the sexual attraction between the two
men and the games they played! HOT! Humorous note: look for
mention of the book The Kiss, also by G.A. Hauser. The
reference was tied to the plot of the story and was fun to see
Steve pick it up for his reading pleasure. Capital
Games for me is a Joyfully Recommended Read!!!!