Contemporary Romance: Romantic Suspense, Contemporary Romance, Mystery: Romantic Suspense
April 7, 2016
Available in: e-Book, Trade Size (reprint)
Games of Passion
The mysterious painting tore at Alison Carlyle’s heart. A canvas layered with emotion—and fraught with madness—it was the work of a man who obviously lived life on the edge. To Alison, the artist’s view of the world was dangerously provocative…and utterly irresistible.
Games of Love
Returning to his hometown in Colorado, Lake McGregor was shocked to see his painting in the window of Alison’s gallery. But when he met this captivating—and persuasive—woman face-to-face, he agreed to display the greatest works of his past…and to hide his deepest, darkest secrets.
Games of Death
Alison was intrigued by the haunted, hunted look in Lake’s eyes. And she swore she’d help him bury the scandal that had destroyed his childhood. But the harder she tried to unlock his troubled soul, the deeper she fell—into a web of lies… into a maze of murder… and into a world of… Dangerous Games.
Originally published June 1999 in mass market paperback, writing as Justine Dare by Signet and February 2004 in trade paperback, writing as J. B. Davis by iUniverse.
Justine Dare Davis sold her first book in 1989, and followed that up with the sale of nineteen novels in less than two years. Her first four books were published in 1991, and she saw all reach the finals for either the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award or the Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA Award. She has since won the RITA award four times, along with several Reviewer's Choice awards and three Career Achievement awards from Romantic Times. At the 1998 national conference, Justine was inducted into the RWA Hall of Fame, making her one of a very select group of just eight writers. She also had four titles on the Romantic Times "Top 200 of All Time" list. Her sales now total more than 45, and her books have appeared regularly on best seller lists, including the USA Today list. She has been featured in several local newspapers and nationwide by Associated Press, has appeared on CNN, and on two episodes of a cable television series on romance. She has given workshops for many chapters of RWA, has spoken at several regional and international conferences and has taught at the UCLA Writer's Program. She is also featured in North American Romance Writers, an academic reference on the romance genre. Her limited free time is spent on reading, music, photography, watching the eagles near her home, and driving her restored 1967 Corvette Roadster---top down, of course.