Monday, June 20, 2016

Game Master by Scarlett Dawn (Skeleton Key Book Series)

Game Master
My Review: 5 stars

Written by: Scarlett Dawn
Print Length: 87 pages
Publication Date: June 18, 2016
Genre: Scifi | Fantasy| Romance

Skeleton Key Book Series
One Skeleton Key. Endless Adventures.

Arizona Creed lost her assassin father, and her whole world changed. Literally. With one magical skeleton key, Arizona lands in another realm.

Forget Earth. Terlant is the place to be. And Lucifer wants her there, the dashing man with no last name and more secrets than even she has. But love isn’t always enough. Arizona must find purpose in her new life.

The Royal Guard could give Lucifer and Arizona what they desire. They only need to pass two tests to win the Game and enter the elite Guard. But is her real test to open her heart to true love? And will she win her wings to fly into his arms?
Game Master (Skeleton Key)Game Master by Scarlett Dawn

Magically transferred to another world, Arizona Creed, finds herself orphaned and running for her life with a talking frog in her back pack.

Lucifer is an exiled member of a royal family and apparently the second born of twins to the king of his birth country in this magical world. He recently became ward to two small baby girls and is on his way home with them, for the first time, when Arizona jumps in front of his carriage.

With the smarts and skills her assassin father taught her, Arizona builds a new life for herself in Lucifer’s home. Arizona and Lucifer train together, honing their skills. These skills grab the attention of the elite Royal Guard and ends up getting them blackmailed into the Game. The Game is a competition to decide if they can become members of the Royal Guard.

Fabulous fun, Lucifer and Arizona permeate the pages with a connection that runs soul deep.

I flat out loved it. The banter, the characters, the original kick butt plot, Game Master is going on my favorite, re-read shelf.

I received this copy of Game Master from Scarlett Dawn in exchange for a honest review.

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