Stella Mulroney is playing a game. It’s taken her two years but she finally has an interview at Gregory & Sons, the top London law firm that looks after her stepfather’s interests. She plans to discover what her Multi-millionaire Stepdaddy really invests in and bring him down.
Unwittingly, she’s caught the attention of Gabriel ‘Gabe’ Gregory, son of her Stepfather’s top Lawyer. He wants to know why Stella has such a need for revenge and would prefer her to channel that fury into a game of his own, ‘The Alphabet Game’. After all, his is much more fun to play …
Firstly I want to thank Andie, for kindly providing me copies of her Alpha Series to read and review ❤
Stella is hell bent on bringing her step-father to his knees and what better way to do that, is to infiltrate the law firm that he works so closely with…but unbeknown to Stella, her world is about to be rocked by Gage, the son of Arnie Gregory, the owner of the law firm.
It’s not long though before Stella and Gabe can’t keep their hands off each other, I love the Andie came up with for the Alphabet game, you go the the alphabet with sexual innuendos…..awesome, I may have to try this myself 😉
This book is fully of steaminess and raunchiness for those readers looking for a pick me up, it’s a short story, but non the less it’s lust-filled, sexually frustrating and addictive.
The story flows throughout and captures you from Stella and Gabe’s first meeting in the coffee shop, BUT this book does end on a cliff-hanger and sets the scene for Part 2 which I am eagerly awaiting.
About The Author:
Andie M. Long wrote two full length novels before Gabe and Stella entered her mind and so in her usual bonkers fashion decided to self-publish the first novella, having not even written the rest of the series. Something she has smacked herself in the face for since.
Part One of The Alphabet Game went straight to Number One in The UK Amazon Kindle Erotic Short Story chart. She has several published short stories and poems, including an upcoming release for Cracked Eye. Andie has a regular blog at www.wordbohemia.com, ‘The Emergence of the Invisible Writer.’