Review: The Games Destiny Plays (The Last Good Knight #3)

Print Length: 35 pages
Publisher: Harlequin MIRA (May 8, 2014)

From The Last Good Knight: An Original Sinners novella told in five parts.

Part III: The Games Destiny Plays

Shocked to see Nora's bruises, Lance is furious that she put herself in danger and demands to know where she got them. As Nora confesses her true nature, she's equally shocked to learn that Lance has some secrets of his own, drawing them together despite Kingsley's orders….


My Rating: 5 stars out of 5

WARNING #1: This book is recommended for mature audiences ONLY due to language and explicit sexual content.

WARNING #2: This series of novellas are prequels to her Original Sinners series . While they can be read as a stand alone series, there will be some spoilers revealed. 

The third installment of the "Last Good Knight" series picks up where book two left off. While I still don't completely understand why this was released in "installments" instead of one complete novella, the writing and plot outshines any ire that I may be feeling. 

The sexual tension between Nora and Lance due to Kingsley's so sex rule was again palpable in this installment. However, the "no sex rule"  did give her the perfect opening to go against her own rules, and engage in play with her former lover Søren. It was interesting to see that even though she had walked away from him and his collar, that they still had the same sexual chemistry that they had in The Original Sinners series (which is more than enough to make her long time fans swoon). Lance's reaction to her shenanigans with Søren were completely true to his character as well, which I enjoyed as it could have been decided to have him act in a completely different manner that would not have gone along with the way he was described, which to me would have killed my enjoyment of him. 

I would definitely recommend this (and her other novels if you haven't read them) to those that enjoy a good, well-written erotica story. 

DISCLAIMER: I received a copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. This has not affected my review in any way, all opinions contained in this review are 100% my own.

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