Faced with a choice between bad-boy detective Dean Ryker and sexy power player Parker Anderson, Sage Reece fought the law--and the law won. But while Ryker's sizzling touch may rule her nights, Sage's days belong to Parker's cool, calculating intensity.Both Ryker and Parker are determined to protect Sage from a brutal enemy who'd use her to pay for their mistakes. Yet when the usually on-point Ryker is distracted by ghosts from his past, Parker seizes his opportunity to get Sage's attention--and keep it in ways beyond her wildest dreams.Now, caught between a mobster out for revenge and two men who were once best friends, Sage must play to win--even if it means getting dirty.
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Tiffany Snow was born in Saint Charles, Missouri, where she developed a fondness for trivia games, the music of Elvis Presley, and romance novels. After earning two bachelor's degrees--one in social studies education and the other in history--she went on to work in the information technology field. Now she writes full time, when she's not quoting When Harry Met Sally or dancing along to her favorite '80s hair band. She resides in the Midwest with her husband of eighteen years and their two daughters.Review:
"Playing Dirty is a fast-paced, action-filled, sexy-to-the-max type of read. The underlying mystery is smart and will keep you guessing throughout. ...5 Fun, sexy and thrilling stars!"―-TK Book Reviews blog
"This series has it all, from sizzling hot romance, to thrilling action and with enough twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time trying to catch your breath. I was unable to put this one down even for a second...nope, NOT. FOR. ONE. SINGLE. SECOND. I have loved every single thing that Tiffany Snow has written to date, but Risky Business is by far my favorite and I can't wait for the final installment of this highly suspenseful and captivating series."―Avid Book Collector blog
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