Hollywood’s latest heartthrob is a devoted family man who has it all—two Oscars, a beautiful wife, and two kids who adore him. The problem is, Quinn wants more.
In Love’s Games, the stakes are high and losing isn’t an option. Quinn is willing to jeopardize everything he holds dear to win his heart’s desire.
Davin Stuart Thomas has only two rules for her husband—no games and no cheating.
• Will Quinn risk the love of his life to get what he wants?
• Will Davina be able to forgive him if he does?
• Will their children be able to forgive him?
Davi turned and headed back to their bedroom. She closed the door behind her and crumpled to the floor as her legs gave way to her overwhelming grief. She was losing him. And there wasn’t a damned thing she could do about it.
Deborah Armstrong believes in love, romance, and happily ever after. Although she is still in search of that perfect cup of coffee, she finds time to enjoy her favourite past times: reading, music, travelling, and spending time with friends and family.
Have you ever written a scene in one story that led to another book? The fairy tale story of the knight fighting the dragon stayed with me after I wrote Love's Games.
Soon after, I started Family Pictures, about Jack, who was so smitten with his parents' fairy tale love story that he wanted one for himself.
It was a hidden treasure, one where my characters gave back to me and allowed me to write another love story.
It was their story—the story about the knight and his lady, their castle, and the dragon. Davi wrote stories for Quinn while they were on their honeymoon. In them, Quinn was her knight in shining armour, always rescuing her from some evil fiend. When Davi was in a coma and pregnant with the twins, Quinn read the stories to Davi every day. She remembered hearing his voice calling to her. The twins must have heard him, too, because his voice always calmed them. When he’d tell them a story, everything stopped for them. He had their undivided attention. Quinn would change the endings now and again, play with the adventures, but the knight, his lady, and their love never changed.