Alyssa Linn Palmer
The London Game
Release date: August 10, 2015
at Alyssa Linn Palmer
The game isn’t over.
Art dealer Marc Perron relocates to London with his lover, singer Sera Durand, to protect her from past mistakes. Blackmailed by a gangster, he must return to Paris, leaving Sera alone and vulnerable. Forging a precious painting may be his only chance at survival, but if he’s found out, the consequences will be deadly.
Without Marc, Sera struggles in an English-speaking country, coming face to face with his lies, his sexual past, and her own misdeeds. Finding a job at a jazz club called ‘Sanctuary’ is anything but, as she is not safe from her new boss, or the disturbing man who spies on her every move.
Once more, the lovers must play the game, but the stakes are higher than they imagined… [provided by the author]
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Alyssa Linn Palmer
is a Canadian writer and freelance editor.
She splits her time between a full-time day job,
and her part-time loves,
writing and editing.
It is a story hard not to like.The characters are very realistic, it is easy to identify with them, especially in Sena.
This is a wonderful romance interlaces with suspense and mystery. The plot flows effortlessly and will keep the reader turning pages.
If you like romantic mystery books The London Game is one to add to your list.
All the characters were well developed and real. The story moved along at a steady pace and kept me wanting more and not wanting to put the book down. I liked how she gave you just enough that you thought you knew what was happening but then gave you a twist so that you were rethinking what you already thought.
If you are looking for adventure mixed with some romance this is the book for you.
Art dealer, singers, Paris, London and a game – an explosive recipe for a perfect thriller isn’t it?
One thing I totally loved about the story is element of reality.
The plot as such was quite predictable to a certain point but the writer threw in one twist which ended up changing that element of predictability.
The story was quite original and unique and didn’t really have the usual clichés associated with Art based books.