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  • Complications within family of computer geniuses

    Zoe Forward, ‘Don’t Game Me’, The Game Lords, book 2. As a Hidden Gem ARC reader I received this book for free. And promised an honest review. Here it is. English isn’t my first language. Sorry for errors. Rating: 4 stars (of 5). In general: Complications within family of computer geniuses. Leading character: - Rebecca (Becca) Harrison. Brilliant intern at a computer company working for the Government. Her boss, Pascal, tricked her in designing a program to steal military information. And sold this info to China. Pascal secretly works for eGaming, a powerful criminal organization playing in an illegal gaming circuit. The same organization that murdered Rebecca’s brother and now also blackmails Rebecca to play in this illegal gaming circuit. - Jake Allen. A computer genius too. He started a very successful video game company with Rebecca’s brother Noah a few years ago. They got very wealthy. And Jake became almost a part of her family. He had a reputation of an one-night-stand aficionado. Rebecca hates that and they quarreled a lot about it. Pascal manipulates Becca and Jake to date at the marriage of Noah with Tori, an ex hacker and illegal gamer who - with Noah’s help - escaped the criminal gaming organization, that now has Becca in its grip. The author, Zoe Forward, describes how Becca and Jake develop from enemies to lovers, while she struggles to free herself from Pascal’s company and tries to bring down eGaming, the dangerous, fraudulent gaming organization. It results in an enthralling, sometimes - for me - a bit too technical story with some wonderful characters, interesting dialogues and exciting action scenes. So, after learning about Tori’s escape in book 1, this book 2 of the Game Lords series was for this reader a nice, renewed introduction in the author’s writing.

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