About the Book:
Ginny Cotton, bike- riding, chess- playing, loan processor must overcome anxiety and risk a panic attack in order to achieve her goal: have sex with the hot guy she met on a dating site. She's convinced that this is the way to finally get over her best friend, the guy she's been saving her virginity for---the guy who is currently dating her sister.
When things don’t go as planned, Pierce invents a game to help Ginny overcome her fear and achieve her goal. It’s a simple game until emotions get involved, the rules become harder to follow, and neither is sure anymore that winning will be enough.
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Playing House – Adult Style
Enter Pierce. His identical twin, Steele, hooks him up with Ginny who liked his online dating profile. Pierce is determined to move past his previous romantic disaster and wants to give Ginny what she wants.
The story line is a great one and one that I can relate to as far as getting past anxiety with new people. Playing house has Ginny’s anxiety turned into strength. Pierce’s willingness to assuage Ginny’s apprehension and fainting spells is an amusing one. He turned a childhood game of “playing house” into a sensual and quite adult game that left nothing to the imagination. I would read this book again just to relive the ups and downs of Ginny and Pierce’s slow ride to orgasmic oblivion.