Alphabet Game s to x,y,z by Andie M Long
It’s the end of the games. The sexual alphabet is coming to a close and Stella has a test to take. Arnie Gregory has been pushed too far and the revenge plan becomes a fight for survival that not everyone around Stella can win. Her stepfather, Mitch Daniels shows his true colours and there’s someone else who hasn’t been totally honest about who they are. With fame for some and infamy for others, The Alphabet Game ends with a kiss ...
Reviewed by Claire
The story continues where part three left off.
The alphabet game is coming to an end and I loved every minute of it. The storyline kept me gripped through the whole series always leaving me desperately wanting more.
Gabe and Stella carry on with their plan to get revenge against Gabe's father Arnie Gregory but Arnie is always one step ahead of them and will do anything to protect himself, even kill.
Gabe and Stella are still playing the Alphabet Game, making the sex scenes hot and steamy. I loved the things Gabe thought of doing to get back at Stella after their argument in part three.
Would definitely recommend this series.
Lexi has sworn off guys for good.
She’s always been a hot mess, but accidentally finding her boyfriend of three years cheating on her is just too much for her to handle.
All she wants is to get this summer done and over with, so she and her best friend Elena can travel cross country for college. Then she will finally be free of this town, the friends that dropped her in favor of her ex, and her klutzy reputation.
Lexi's policy was working perfectly, until a guy named Mason comes to her rescue. Not once but twice in one night. For once, her mishaps have led to something good.
She’s feeling things that scare her, but she’s drawn to him. Can Mason break through her walls, or will she stick to her plan and steer clear of him?
This is a new adult romantic comedy.
Recommended for ages 17+ due to mature content.
Reviewed by Claire
I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks you Andrea Heltsley and NetGalley
Distance started out promising but i lost interest halfway into the story. I wanted more to happen. I felt this book was lacking something. The storyline felt rushed, which was a disappointment.
I didn’t love the characters, i just couldn’t get the feel of them.