Series: The Game Duet
Published by Self on 08/28/2018
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Also in this series: The End Game
Living with a sexy-as-sin roommate in a luxury penthouse should be a fantasy brought to life, right?
Not when it's Carter Flynn--my teenage crush--who hates my guts.
When I’m in town for a once in a lifetime dance camp, my living arrangements fall through at the last second.
I have no other option but to crash with my childhood family friend...turned millionaire athlete.
He still hasn't forgiven me for the lie I told him years ago that shattered his heart.
But underneath it all, there are shades of the same boy I used to know, before his heart turned to stone.
I can tell myself all I want that I hate him, too. But deep in my heart, I know I’ve never wanted anyone more in my life.
When you’re playing the lying game, the most dangerous lies are the lies you tell yourself.
The Lying Game is Book 1 of The Game Duet. It is an enemies to lovers, steamy contemporary romance.
THE LYING GAME IS NOW LIVE!
Living with a sexy-as-sin roommate in a luxury penthouse should be a fantasy brought to life, right? Not when it’s Carter Flynn–my teenage crush–who hates my guts. THE LYING GAME is live early and on limited-time release sale for $2.99.
The Lying Game by Mickey Miller is an enemies to lovers romance in his new The Game Duet and I loved it! We get a sexy and funny story with great banter, a love/hate relationship and a wild ride. And it is not over yet!
Carter Flynn has made it big! He plays basketball for the Wolverines, has a great home and all the women he could want. Life is perfect. Until she comes back into his life. Lacy has the chance of a lifetime, but due to unforeseen circumstances, she is now rooming with a man that hates her. Their mothers are friends and for their sake, they continue this lying game for them, but can they survive living under the same roof?
Lacy and Carter have history, but a lie changed everything they could have. He has hated her ever since and does not believe he could ever forgive her. Not that it matters, Lacy hates him just as much now, right? I loved watching Lacy and Carter interact and try to fight what they feel. And that ending! I need book two as soon as possible!