By Meli Raine
Four years ago I lost my virginity on live, streaming television.
Too bad I wasn’t awake for it.
The video went viral. Of course it would. A Senator’s daughter on camera? Wouldn’t you click “share”? Besides, that’s what three of the four guys in the video did.
They shared me.
But that fourth guy? The nondescript one in the background in the upper left corner of the screen, just sitting on the couch? The only one who did nothing?
Not one single thing.
That was my boyfriend, Drew.
And that was the last time I saw him.
Until today, when my father—now on a path to the White House—hired him as head of security for my new team as I return home after four years of “recovering” in an undisclosed location that involved white lab coats, needles, pills and damage control.
You see, the other three guys never went to jail. Never had charges pressed.
Never faced consequences.
WOW! A HARMLESS LITTLE GAME is a book that grabbed me right from the very first page and did not let me go. I know a book is good when I’m up until 1am reading. Since this is the first book in the Harmless trilogy that focuses on Lindsay and her desire for revenge, I can’t say much, so this will be a fairly short review.
What Lindsay went through four years ago was horrific. What’s worse is that the men involved got away with it. If that doesn’t fire up your anger, I don’t know what will. I really felt for her and I admired the strength and courage she displayed to stand up for herself. I also liked Drew, who is a very quiet and controlled man. I have a feeling that when his control slips, the fallout will be huge and it’s going to be a sight to behold. I absolutely hated her parents, especially her mother. Honestly, if it turns out that she had something to do with what happened to her daughter, I would not be surprised at all. The scene where Lindsay stood up to her mother was awesome and I was so cheering her on.
This book left me with a lot of questions. Questions that I’m sure will be answered in the following two books. How did those men get away with it? Who is protecting them? Why did they do it? Did someone put them up to it? Who is her friend? Who is her enemy? Who is telling the truth? I have so many more questions, but I can’t list them here without giving away some spoilers.
This first part of the trilogy takes place over two to three days and ends in a cliffhanger. I did find it a little repetitive at times, and I also got annoyed when Drew kept telling Lindsay that she had no idea what she was in for. I wanted to yell at him to just tell her already, but I guess that would have shortened the story quite a bit. A HARMLESS LITTLE GAME is told only in Lindsay’s POV, with the next book in the trilogy being told in Drew’s POV, which I’m really looking forward to because I can’t wait to get inside his head.
Please Note: This book contains scenes that may be triggers for some people.
A Harmless Little Game (Harmless # 1)
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