Want true love? It's simple: you just need to get in the game!Charli is a love-jinxed twenty-one-year-old desperate for romance. Her prayers appear to be answered when Cupid shoots her with a love arrow on Valentine's Day. However, instead of landing the man of her dreams, Charli lands in the middle of the Valentine's Game where she must contend for true love, participating in love games like Blind Luck, Four Play, and Five Hundred Kisses.
With the help of Cupid's guiding angels, Charli has a good chance of winning if she can figure out which of the handsome young men is her one and only and if she doesn't get distracted by a gorgeous male angel seven hundred years her senior.For reasons only the supreme love angel understands, Cupid has added surprises to this year's game. Charli must not only unravel the mysteries of her own heart but must also uncover secrets hidden by the other competitors while finding love for two hearts left behind. Luckily, Charli is up for the challenge. Soon, Cupid's idyllic resort is turned upside down while Charli adds her own twists to his contests. It will take laughter, tears, and plenty of heart, but Charli won't quit until she finds love for everyone around her or goes home broken and alone. The only question that remains is, does Charli have what it takes to claim the ultimate prize in the Valentine's Game?
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Lynn Evans is the pen name for Traci Lynn and Steven Evans Barker-Ball. When she's not collaborating on novels, Traci is an award winning teacher, advisor, and crisis counselor. Steve's educational background is in psychology and his professional experience is as a systems analyst. They have produced two novels. "Bobbie Titan in the Mark of Kain" is a teen paranormal adventure written for young adults of all ages. "The Valentine's Game" is a contemporary romantic comedy with fantasy elements.Steve and Traci are working on their fourth decade of marriage, are the proud parents of two exceptional daughters, and are grandparents to two of the brightest and best looking grandsons in the world. When Traci isn't watching the San Diego Padres and Steve has found his way back home from hiking in the hills, they can sometimes be found on Facebook (as the only two-faced Lynn Evans), updating their webpage or posting on their blog.