Erotica, Erotic, Fiction, Dark Fantasy, Paranormal, GLBT, Gay, Romance, Ménage, Multiple Partners, MM, MMF, Horror, Series, BDSM, Duncan Caldwell, Christopher Templeton, Ylianor Meyer
If you never read anything of the Virtus Saga, this would be an excellent place to start. Not just because the hot scorching sex sets off the jealousy and competition between the three amazing characters that are destined to forge their world with new life. More because it's the beginning of an unforgettable trio that will hook readers from page one with their heated passion and undying love for one another.
"If you're looking for an action-packed, dangerous adventure with engaging characters who are complex, flawed, and at times lovable, a plot that thickens with suspense and angst with the turn of every page, and enough smoking hot sex scenes to keep your body in a state of arousal for days on end, then The Game by Laura Tolomei is definitely the book to read." Blackraven's Reviews
"Eroticism off the charts!" Romance at Heart
"For the second novel, Laura Tolomei persuades the reader to look closely at the relationship between Duncan and Ylianor as it has a special significance and shows a meeting of both past and present. Christopher is the one in the middle in this volume, and does not like being there; after all he enjoys being centre stage doling out his quips, and jibes to anyone who will listen, though even he has to be watched, and as Duncan knows controlled as he can be loose cannon if left to his own devices. There is enough humour, interesting dialogue, and enjoyment to be had for the reader to want to see what happens next in the book." Romance at Heart
"The continuing story of Prince Caldwell, his lover Chris Templeton, and the beautiful Ylianor
Meyer of whom completes the trio are back again with their second Virtus Saga. And The Game is on. Incredible concept. Intriguing fantasy world. Ideas aplenty. This is a complex series of love and consequences and The Game was hot. There were lots of hints as the characters' excitement for the
Festival (the next and third book) builds. What a great way to keep readers hooked and on the edge of their seats; dish it out in instalments, like a (fantasy) soap opera. In order to get the best out of this series, to see the full impact of the plot upon the players, I suggest reading the complete series. They are not written to be stand alone stories and they do lead direct from one book into the next. So far. Luckily the third book, The Festival, is already out now! Read at your peril in the hopes that the powers of Virt don't control you, too. Who knows what you'll get up to?" AR