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ISBN:
146925140X
Author:
Justine Eyre,Sylvia Day
Category:
Erotica
Language:
English
Publisher:
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (February 12, 2013)
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Rating:
4.2
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I find reading Sylvia Day's books to be both exciting and disappointing making them expensive because of the hit-and .

I find reading Sylvia Day's books to be both exciting and disappointing making them expensive because of the hit-and- miss quality of the writing. I thoroughly enjoyed "The Stranger I Married" but am left wondering if "Passion for the Game" was even written by the same person. It was trite, amateurish, and very badly written! There was no connection between the main characters that sparked any interest, the plot was crap, and the sex scenes were laughable

I find reading Sylvia Day's books to be both exciting and disappointing making them expensive because of the hit-and . It was trite, amateurish, and very badly written! There was no connection between the main characters that sparked any interest, the plot was crap, and the sex scenes were laughable

A Passion for Him' tells the story of Amelia Benbridge and Colin Mitchell who were introduced in 'A Passion for the Game.

A Passion for Him' tells the story of Amelia Benbridge and Colin Mitchell who were introduced in 'A Passion for the Game. I didn't connect well with either of the main characters, especially Amelia. She came off as a shadow of her sister Maria, the female protagonist in Passion for the Game in that she was neither particularly interesting or strong. In fact, she came off as a bit spoiled and whiney.

Passion for the Game, . The girlish pleasure she had once felt for having uncommon beauty died the day her stepfather leered and said, You shall fetch me a fortune, my pet. It was only one of many deaths in her short life

Passion for the Game, . It was only one of many deaths in her short life. The first was her beloved father.

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Passion for the Game. And this time he’s on a mission to engage, deceive and seduce the one woman as ruthless as he is when it comes to games of passion. Author : Sylvia Day. Genres : Romance, Historical. And this time he’s on a mission to engage, deceive and seduce the one woman as ruthless as he is when it comes to games of passio. ar from innocent in the ways of men, Maria is one step ahead of Christopher’s every move. It doesn’t mean she isn’t enjoying every delicious look, every unbridled kiss, every moment of abandon. But she never saw her own feelings coming into play. She never imagined the moment would come when she would meet her match-and that she would surrender to him again and again. Written by Sylvia Day. Narrated by Justine Eyre. And this time he's on a mission to engage, deceive and seduce the one woman as ruthless as he is when it comes to dangerous games of passion. Infamous for satisfying his limitless wants and desires, Christopher is a free man again. Far from innocent in the ways of men, Maria is one step ahead of Christopher's every move. It doesn't mean she isn't enjoying every delicious look, every unbridled kiss, every moment of abandon

Written by Sylvia Day, Audiobook narrated by Justine Eyre. Passion for the Game. Georgian, Book 2. By: Sylvia Day.

Written by Sylvia Day, Audiobook narrated by Justine Eyre. Narrated by: Justine Eyre. Series: Georgian, Book 2. Length: 8 hrs and 45 mins. Categories: Romance, Contemporary.

Narrated by Justine Eyre

Narrated by Justine Eyre. And this time he's on a mission to engage.

Infamous for satisfying his limitless wants and desires, Christopher is a free man again. And this time he’s on a mission to engage, deceive and seduce the one woman as ruthless as he is when it comes to dangerous games of passion.…


Far from innocent in the ways of men, Maria is one step ahead of Christopher’s every move. It doesn’t mean she isn’t enjoying every delicious look, every unbridled kiss, every moment of abandon.


Neither of them could have imagined the moment when they would meet their match—or that they would surrender to each other again and again.…


Praise for Sylvia Day and her novels


“The undisputed mistress of tender, erotic romance.” —Teresa Medeiros


Bared to You obliterates the competition…unique and unforgettable.” —Joyfully Reviewed


“Plenty of sexy intrigue and potent chemistry.” —Booklist on Passion for the Game


  • RUL
Sylvia doesn’t disappoint. This was a well written story and very enjoyable to read. I fell in love with Lady Winter from the very beginning and kept falling more in love as the book went on. I loved her spice and sass especially in a time when neither was commonplace. Most especially for a woman.

I love the man that is outside of the “suitable suitors”. I like the underdog. How could I not love a pirate? At first I wasn’t so sure but it wasn’t long until we knew they would be together and to just hold on and find out where all of the pieces would fall into place.

Great read. Definitely recommend.
  • porosh
The concept of Maria and Christopher acting as spies on each other sounds intriguing and could be good, but in this case I didn't like it. They were supposed to be uncovering each others' secrets, but for most of the book when they were together they just had passionate and fighting sex, but never asked any questions. The only actions they took were to place spies in each others' homes as domestic help. A few times, one would learn something from a domestic spy and then make incorrect assumptions about the other. Then they would get together, have sex and not say anything about it. Some of this reminded me of my pet peeve of conflict based on incorrect assumptions rather than excitement and intrigue from spying on each other. I'm having trouble explaining it, but somehow it didn't work for me.

The reasons behind their spying were the following.

Christopher did smuggling and pirate activities. Sedgewick was a government agent who wanted a promotion. He found a witness against Christopher and demanded the witness's cooperation as ransom for the safety of his family. He told Christopher to get evidence against Maria to keep the witness quiet. Maria had been married to two government agents who were killed by poison. Sedgewick believed convicting her of the crime would further his career.

Maria's stepfather Welton, kept Maria's half sister Amelia away from Maria for many years. He threatened to sell her into slavery if Maria wouldn't do what Welton asked. Welton told Maria she must spy on Christopher to get information that Welton could use to blackmail Christopher. Welton needed money and saw Christopher as a blackmail source.

A subplot involved Maria trying to find her sister Amelia to get her away from Welton. Welton had used this threat over the years to force Maria to do a number of things including marrying her two former husbands.

I did like a couple of parts. I liked Christopher's intense lust for Maria. I also liked the story about Colin who was a gypsy stable boy. He and Amelia loved each other, but he knew they could never be together because he was a servant while she was titled. Simon, Maria's closest friend, makes an interesting offer to Colin at the end. Colin's story is told in the sequel "A Passion For Him." Simon's story is told in the sequel "Don't Tempt Me."

Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: six lengthy scenes. Setting: 1700s or 1800s England. Copyright: 2007. Genre: historical romance.

For a listing of my reviews of other Sylvia Day books, see my 5 star review of "The Stranger I Married" posted on 1/19/07.
  • shustrik
I have always loved historical romances and this book made me love them even more. Sylvia Day is on my top ten list of favorite writers. She knows how to make you feel you are a part of the stories she writes. She has a way of getting into your head so that you see every person, character and scenes in her books. I would definitely recommend reading this book. It's simply awesome!
  • Vertokini
I find reading Sylvia Day's books to be both exciting and disappointing making them expensive because of the hit-and- miss quality of the writing. I thoroughly enjoyed "The Stranger I Married" but am left wondering if "Passion for the Game" was even written by the same person. It was trite, amateurish, and very badly written! There was no connection between the main characters that sparked any interest, the plot was crap, and the sex scenes were laughable. I seriously think that there is more than one person writing under the name of Sylvia Day. Are we being ripped off?
  • Felolune
Listening to the twist and turns of their love affair made me wish that the book was longer ... Just so you enjoy the two of their banter and intense love. Christopher had truly met his match in Maria. I love how powerful and confident Maria is. She is such a likable character you really want her to gain control of her life. She is fearless and willing to do whatever it takes to free her sister. From the last book (Ask For It), you know that Christopher is a fierce pirate who has nothing to loose, since his brother was killed. He however takes care of his people building great loyalty. The two provide such intensity, I am amazed that the pages do not catch on fire. I also enjoyed the innocent love story of Colin and Amelia, which contrast and accents Maria and Christopher's relationship. But Simon Quinn has to be one of my favorite characters. Nothing can hold that Irishman down. I look forward to the next book in the series.
  • White gold
Passion For The Game is the second in the series. The story line dragged on too slowly. Christopher St. John was also in the first book "Ask for It." His brother Nigel was an agent for the crown and was giving St. John secret information. St. John went to prison and then was released with a stipulation. His assignment was to integrate himself into Lady Winter's life and learn about her interest in the agency. Lady Winter a widow twice at twenty-six. Her husbands had been agents of the crown whose jobs made them useful to her step-father, Viscount Welton.

Explicit sex scenes!