At Any Turn (Gaming the System #2) by Brenna Aubrey
So You Want to Be a Hero?
Millionaire CEO Adam Drake, overcame a tortured past to build his own gaming empire. He’s in complete control of his life. With his new found love for brilliant geek girl blogger, Mia Strong, the last piece of his life is in place. He's at the top of his game.
Your Princess Is in Another Castle.
Until suddenly, she withdraws from him, leaving him in the dark. Something tells him she needs help. But she's too stubborn or scared to ask for it, and the more he tries to take control, the further he pushes her away. He can’t solve this problem by writing a check or a few lines of code.
He’ll have to dig deep and put himself at risk…or risk losing her forever.
This New Adult contemporary romance is intended for readers over the age of 18 due to adult language, sexual content and adult situations.
Publishes in US: April 30th 2014 by Silver Griffon Associates
Genre: NA Contemp
Series? Gaming the System #2
1st book my Review: At Any Price by Brenna Aubrey
At Any Moment (Gaming the System, #3) Publishes 2014 by Silver Griffon Associates
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I wrote a post about negative reviews, and how I don't review if I don't finish, and a very wise blogger pointed out that knowing what a blogger doesn't like can be valuable to publishers and authors too. I think that it also helps my readers build trust that I am not just slapping good ratings on everything I read. I have a knack for picking what I will lack based on synopsis and reviews, but that even fails. Then another blogger mentioned she did a did not finish post and I thought it was a great idea. So, here we go:
I wanted to read this one because I enjoyed the romance and intrigue in the first book. I am a nerd and I am drawn to nerdy things. I like medicine so I am drawn to that sort of thing, so big time winning when video gaming, blogging, med school, and new adult are all tied into one.
I remembered Mia being easy to connect with and liking Adam's strong presence and these two things carried over into the sequel.