Head Games (Mass Market)
New York Times bestselling author Mary B. Morrison delivers a sizzling, twist-filled tale of four friends, a venomous bet, and high-stakes consequences no one can afford . . .
From childhood games to career challenges, Trymm, Dallas, Kohl, and Blitz have stayed the best of friends—and each other’s toughest competition. These attractive bachelors live to party hard, have sex, and dodge accountability for their actions. Now they’re betting on which of them can date and dump the most women in thirty days. Winner takes all: a cool million dollars, but only if they post proof on social media. This game is about to get all-too-real. . . .
Trymm has no problem bedding women looking for quick-and-dirty satisfaction . . . until he falls hard for one he can’t have. A cynical ex-soldier battling PTSD, Dallas woos a hopeful young bride to exhaust her savings—just to humor his boys. Kohl enjoys his best one-night stand with a gorgeous plus-sized female—but his recklessness may cost him his life after he exposes her. And Blitz thinks he’s giving a powerful CEO the business—until he gets played. . . .
Trapped in their own web, there is no safe way out. Everything the crewe care about most—money, family, and friendship—is on the line. All the right moves won’t protect them, especially from the women they’ve scorned. And the only way out of the game is to concede or risk everything on a dangerous gamble they’re destined to lose . . .
About the Author
Mary B. Morrison, a recipient of the AAMBC Francis Ray Trailblazer Award, is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-five novels about women who shape their own destinies. A frequent public speaker and motivator, she is a SheSource Expert and host of The HoneyB Morrison Show on Worldstar Hit Radio and Celebrity Media TV. She is also the playwright and Executive Producer of the theater production based on her HoneyB novel, Single Husbands. Female empowerment is the focus of all Mary’s work, and she is the founder of Healing Her Hurt, a non-profit that promotes the emotional, physical, and financial health of marginalized women and girls by providing self-empowerment tools, resources, and education. The proud mother of the award-winning children’s book author Jesse Byrd Jr., Mary lives in Atlanta, GA and can be found online at MaryMorrison.com.