Review – The Enforcer (Games People Play #2) by HelenKay Dimon

April 22, 2017 Review 0

Review – The Enforcer (Games People Play #2) by HelenKay Dimon

Security expert Matthias Clarke hunts down people who don’t want to be found. His latest prey: the sole survivor of a massacre that killed his brother years ago. Kayla Roy claimed she was a victim of the carnage. Then she disappeared. Matthias thinks Kayla may have actually been the killer—and he wants justice.

Kayla Roy never stays in one place too long and never lets a man get too close. But keeping Matthias at arm’s length may be impossible. Dark and enigmatic, Matthias draws Kayla in from the start. She knows nothing about his connection to her dark past, or his thirst for vengeance. She only knows their attraction feels overpowering—and very dangerous.

Matthias’s suspicions about the sensual Kayla clash with his instinct to protect her, especially when he realizes her life is in danger. But Kayla’s not looking for a savior—especially one who seems hell-bent on tempting her down a lethal path.

Title: The Enforcer
Author: HelenKay Dimon
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Playing Dirty, Stranded, Mr. and Mr. Smith, The Talented Mr. Rivers
Series: Games People Play
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Fixer
Published by Avon
Source: Publisher
Published: April 25th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 384
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Man I’m totally diggin’ this series. What’s there NOT to like?. Amazingly hot guys who are rich and successful. Oh, I can’t forget that they’re also natural born protectors. Sigh. Be still my heart.

Kayla has been running for the last seven years. Why? Wouldn’t you if you witnessed a horrific murder and you were the only survivor? Yep. I know I would. She’s managed to stay one step ahead of a stalker she’s had ever since. But when two strange men show up at her job, it seems like her little hideaway isn’t so hidden anymore. Does she continuing running, or finally face her past? And how much of her past is she willing to share in order to save her life?

Matthias is one of the Quintet. At least that’s the name I’m giving them, lol. He’s pure dominant yumminess, with absolutely NO people skills. He doesn’t really have to have them when he does what he does. But he’s quickly learning how to communicate with Kayla. He needs to. Because he needs to find out if she’s just a witness to those murders, or the actual murderer. As the story unfolds, Matthias is convinced Kayla isn’t the murderer he once thought. But now the clock is ticking faster than usual in regards to her stalker. They’re getting more dangerous and her life, and his, have now been put in danger.

I’m so happy that we get to see Wren again in this story. The relationship between Wren, Garrett and Matthias are just as important to me as the relationship that builds between Kayla and Matthias. I’ve honestly fallen for all of these characters! There is clearly chemistry between the two. But I was a little disappointed with the actual “moment”, if you know what I mean. Good thing I was completely enhammered with the story’s drama and the Quintet, so the “non-moment” didn’t really matter.

Gosh, I can’t wait for the next one!



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