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Honestly this was an amazing book. I was sick with pneumonia and bedridden and decided to try to listen to the book...and wow was it perfection. BJ Harrison mastered this book in such a way that I literally was transported to the Remington world in a flash...it took my mind off the illness and made me feel so much better. It really says something when you feel awful and something you listen to makes it all so much better. The story was sexy and entertaining...I swear Dex is my favorite Remington. His undying love for Ellie transcends through all he does. BJ is so convincing in all his unique characters it’s hard to remember it’s one person bringing all the characters to life. Such a great book...I highly recommend it!
The Love in Bloom Series is narrated by one narrator, BJ Harrison. He has captured the feelings, the love, and the friendships perfectly. His tone and cadence is perfect for these sweet, sexy, loving characters.
The Remington Family is absolutely amazing. This series starts with Dex and Ellie. Dex is a dream guy. Although his heart has been broken by the same girl not once but twice, he is still willing to put his heart on the line and let Ellie back into his life. That is what I call true love. Dex is not a pushover though, he knows that he is taking a risk and does not let Ellie walk all over him. He won’t let her run, as is her past history, and he pushes her to talk to him, tell him the truth.
Ellie is a rough cookie. She has had a tough background, being in foster home after foster home and having to move often. Not to mention the things she saw and dealt with while in those homes. Running has always been her go to escape. When Dex calls her out on her disappearing she knows that she has to stay and fight for the man she loves, has loved since she was twelve years old. I was cheering for her and her relationship with Dex to work from the very first page.
Melissa Foster has written another book that I could not possibly stop reading. Some of the characters in this book are familiar from the Snow Sister’s and the Braden’s series, which I loved. Game of Love can be read as part of a series or as a standalone book. I highly recommend this entire series, including this book.
What did you like most about Game of Love?
Dax and Ellie story is one that starts as teenage love and develops over time. These are my favourite stories.
Which scene did you most enjoy?
Dex seeing Ellie for the first time after 4 years. He struggled to hear the conversation around him as the memories come back.
Any additional comments?
I loved this story. <br/>Dex and Ellie have a sweet story that starts in childhood and despite a separation, Dex has not forgotten her or removed her from his heart. Ellie has had to build some rather solid walls around her heart and after a night of disaster, finds herself at Dex's door looking for help. A visit to her past enables Ellie to embrace the past and the walls start to crumble allowing her to see that Dex is the man for her.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Its quite an emotional journey for both the main characters and you get that with the narration.
What other book might you compare Game of Love to, and why?
I think all Melissa's books have a different take on love story, but if I had to pick one book it would be Amy and Tony from the Seaside stories.
What does B.J. Harrison bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
When you listen to an audio book there is at lot more emotion in the story. You get drawn into it and that is down to having a good narrator.
If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
When you're childhood crush is your long lost love.