Angelina has just inherited the Keaton
Municipal Airport from her late Uncle. She is afraid that her
running it will be another career disaster for her like her
last two ventures. But, her mother and sister have other
ideas and do all they can to encourage her. Suddenly there
appears to be someone that doesn’t want her to be successful
from sabotage to bombs someone seems intent on making her
sell. Only one thing seems to be going right in her life.
She met one super hot guy at the local Sex Shop and wonders if
this just might be the release she needs.
Firefighter Jason Graham loves to play
sex games and fantasies. But, recently he hasn’t found anyone
that really peaks his interest. That is until he runs into
Angelina. One kiss with her and he is thinking about other
things than just his job. There are fires that he and
Angelina make together that he knows just how to fan.
When the accidents at Angelina’s airport
suddenly get more serious, the FAA and the FBI are called in.
When supposedly vacationing FBI Agent Jackson Graham heads
home he knows it will be for a little R and R as well as some
investigation work into this airport issue. What he doesn’t
expect is to find himself in the middle of a game between his
brother and Angelina. Normally straight-laced Jackson decides
playing along just this once could be fun.
But, what will happen if Angelina falls
in love? Will the man she falls in love with be able to
support and love her the way she needs, or will she just be
someone to play sex games with? More importantly will she
survive the attacks on her airport, and her family?
Oooh Baby! Twin Games is
one smokin’ hot story. Ms. Ramagos has a willing combination
here, a strong independent woman, a sexy firefighter and then
she threw in a conservative twin. Did I mention identical, hot
twin? Adding fuel to that fire is the danger that seems to be
stalking Angelina. I found Twin Games to be
very well written, including not only a strong plot line but
as well some super spicy, and funny, erotic sex scenes. I
have quickly fallen in love with the Silver Springs folk and
hope to read more about their firemen (and women). Twin
Games is definitely one of my Joyfully Recommended
reads this spring.