Game by Airicka Phoenix

 
 
 

Game

 
 
 
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Book Name: Game
Author: Airicka Phoenix
Series: Dare Trilogy, Book 1
Publisher: Airicka Phoenix
Release date: April 5, 2013
Genre: Young Adult Thriller, Mystery with strong elements of Romance
Warnings: Language and sexual content (16+)
Formats: eBooks & Paperback
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You are cordially invited to have all your wishes come true.

For Kaitlin Claremont this is a very tall order. What wouldn’t an orphan girl living on top of her aunt’s shop wish for? But when one night of fairytale magic, long, slow kisses and passion in the arms of a stranger turns into curdling screams and dead bodies, Katie quickly realizes that her wish came with strings, a debt she must repay or die. But can she take a life to save her own or can she find those responsible and stop them before it’s too late?
 
 
 


 
 
 
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Airicka Phoenix is the best-selling author of The Touch Series and Games of Fire with short stories in Whispered Beginnings: A Clever Fiction Anthology and Midnight Surrender Anthology. When she’s not hammering away at the keyboard, she can be found banishing pirates or crawling through the attic looking for lost treasure with her kids. She loves baking, gardening and reading. She also likes to travel and take pictures of everything she comes across. When asked, Airicka describes herself as a sarcastic basket case that has an unhealthy addiction to chocolate, old movies and really bad jokes. She loves to laugh, make friends and write. If she could have one wish granted, it would be to spend one day as a fly-on-the-wall inside Stephen King’s mind. If she could have two wishes granted, she would ask for a castle dedicated entirely to her overwhelming collection of books.
 
 
 

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