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In a celebration of friendship and love, acclaimed bestselling author Fern Michaels brings her trademark wit and warmth to a thrilling story of a group of women who bond Survivor-style . . . and find romance along the way. When Samantha Rainford—newly wed to Douglas Rainford III—returns from her honeymoon to find divorce papers, she’s shocked and heartbroken. Discovering tIn a celebration of friendship and love, acclaimed bestselling author Fern Michaels brings her trademark wit and warmth to a thrilling story of a group of women who bond Survivor-style . . . and find romance along the way. When Samantha Rainford—newly wed to Douglas Rainford III—returns from her honeymoon to find divorce papers, she’s shocked and heartbroken. Discovering that she’s actually the fourth Mrs. Rainford, she puts into practice the old truism: Don’t get mad, get even. Sam enlists the three other Mrs. Rainfords to do whatever it takes to bring down their ex-husband. At a top-secret special-ops training program, these determined women meet ex-CIA operative Kollar Havapopulas. Handsome as a Greek god, “Pappy” is the best at transforming civilians into highly skilled fighting teams. He’s less adept at telling a woman how he feels, and before long he’s developed very warm feelings for Samantha Rainford—an attraction seemingly fated to be a disaster. Two personalities as strong as Sam and Pappy are sure to strike sparks, but will the fire burning between them consume everything in its way?...

Title : The Marriage Game
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ISBN : 9780743477451
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 290 Pages
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The Marriage Game Reviews

  • Diane
    2019-02-14 06:45

    Ok read! a bit funny at times but not as good as i thought....should have been better (paperback!)

  • April
    2019-01-17 06:34

    I checked this audio book out from the library and what a waste of time. This book is completely ridiculous, poorly written, and unbelievable. Here is a sneak peak at what you missed; a U.S. Senator marries eleven women and divorces them after the honeymoon without being recognized. Five of these bimbos (the Senator's exes) take special ops training after two (one of whom is a model) were dumped from FBI training. One of the bimbos falls for the special ops trainer, “Pappy”. Pappy and his wolf dog companion can't leave the super secret mountain training ground… DO NOT READ.

  • Jennifer
    2019-01-18 05:40

    So the other day I threw out my back. As I waited to have my prescriptions filled, I grabbed a couple of paperbacks from the grocery store, figuring I could use some good brain candy while I spend the next couple days in bed.I'm sad to say that even on muscle relaxers AND Vicodin, this book sucks. I made it through the first 50 pages or so before tossing it to the floor in sheer boredom and disgust. I think we're told the premise of the MC's problem (married quick, three-week honeymoon, served with divorce papers right after) about five times in the first ten pages. I GET IT. I may be on painkillers, but I can still follow a plot. Too bad there's no plot here. Her supermodel friend loses her job, they cry into some beef stew or something, then decide "Hey, the FBI is recruiting, let's go do that!" Wow. My cousin does work for the FBI, it took a couple years for that clearance to come through. Doesn't matter though, since they flunk out of the program, hook up with some other characters who had also been married briefly to the MC's quickie-divorce husband (they were all introduced so fast and with so little characterization that I don't remember who was who, really), and they get recruited into some special-ops program thing. It was then, when they'd tied up their recruiter with pantyhose and made him drink a lot of water so he'd have to pee (???), and pretended to give him a tattoo that was only a decal (I think he'd be able to tell the difference between a tattoo needle and a slap-on decal) that thankfully the Vicodin kicked in and I could stop reading.Boy, am I steering clear of this writer in the future.

  • Chelsea
    2019-01-29 11:30

    Wow, I rarely give this bad of a review because let's face it, I'm not really all that picky when it comes to my reading material. First of all, the plot was preposterous...I mean, I'm all for suspension of disbelief in order to get into a novel, but this was ridiculous. Ch. 1 is about her divorce after only 3 weeks of marriage, then ch. 2 she's into the FBI training program and just flunked out, then ch. 3 she contacts all the previous ex-wives of her ex-husband and they decide to get even, but then ch. 4 they are all recruited into a non-governmental covert operations and they leave 48 hours later to live a year on a secret training mountain. Blah. In the end, it all gets resolved and figured out, but I think the author was trying to cram too many things into the same plot...take just the marriage or just the spy aspect and work them separately because they aren't working together. On the plus side, she was an incredibly clean author who didn't really swear and let the romance leave off from "and then they kissed... The next morning, yadda yadda yadda." The other thing that bothered me throughout the novel was the voice. I don't mind 3rd person omniscient because it's kind of fun to get into all the main character's heads and understand them, but this author took it too far. She was telling you the thoughts of some really minor characters that you just didn't care about them, let alone what they thought about. Lame. Anyway, not worth reading...finally, a book randomly pulled off the shelf backfired on me. :)

  • Love Fool
    2019-01-25 06:28

    When Samantha Rainford --- newly wed to Douglas Cosmo Rainford III --- returns home from her honeymoon to find divorce papers waiting, she's shocked and heartbroken. Then she discovers that she's not the first to be abandoned --- she's one of four (or maybe more) ex-Mrs. Rainfords --- and decides it's time to put into practice that old truism: Don't get mad, get even.Ummm what the fuck did I just read? Seriously, what did I just read? This book made no sense at all and when did Samantha and all her friends all of a sudden become G.I. Jane? I rolled my eyes so much while reading this I surprised I didn't hurt myself. I'm all for strong woman characters but this was so ridiculous and far-fetched that it became unbelievable.

  • Laura
    2019-02-06 10:39

    Contrary to many reviewers, I didn't think this book was horrible. It is NOT a great work of fiction or even a great romance novel, but it is not horrible. I picked this book up because I remember my mother reading Fern Michaels on the beach when I was a kid. After reading the completely improbable teaser on the book jacket, I just had to read it! The combination of "revenge of the multiple ex-wives" and "super secret spy boot camp" was to good to pass up. If you were not prepared to suspend your belief and suffer multiple cliches after reading the jacket, it is your own fault if you hated the book. I read this book during a blissfully mindless afternoon sunbathing, and that's about all I'd recommend it for. There is very little actual love story or character development, but the wacky concept and some slapstick humor kept it moving. My favorite character by far was the dog Alpha. I won't be re-reading it or recommending it, but to be honest there are MUCH worse books out there.

  • Just - The romance reader
    2019-02-04 09:42

    I totally enjoyed this book! Honestly, I can't remember the last time a book has sucked me in like this one - it's been a while. The story was one of drama and romance like most of the books I go for, but there was something more to it. The plot was a little different, with Samanthan being a real go-getter. She's no holds barred tough, independent, a born leader, yet she's also feminine, graceful, and even reserved and sometimes insecure.I enjoyed the details of the paramilitary training, which was a large part of the story. And the fact that those in the training program were mainly women was even better. Definitely worth reading, and I will check out more Fern Michaels novels.

  • Jess
    2019-01-20 08:34

    I can't believe that this book has an average rating of over three stars. When I rate my books on Goodreads, I often feel like I may be giving them too many stars--but then I remember how terrible this book was and how it defines one star to me, and use that for scale. This book was so awful that I only got about halfway through it. The only reason I bought it was because we were at the beach and I had read everything I'd brought with me, and this looked the most promising out of the crappy book selection at Walgreens.The plotline is totally outrageous--suspension of disbelief wasn't even an option. The dialog was atrocious and cheesy. The WRITING was atrocious and cheesy. I winced at least once per page. I was embarrassed FOR THE WRITER while I was reading this book. I didn't finish it, and I left it in our hotel room when our vacation was over. Just seeing the cover again brings back terrible memories.

  • Jan
    2019-02-05 05:19

    So sad that I spent the time I did reading this book. Had the story been funny, it's unrealistic plot would have been acceptable. However, it was not. Samantha "marries" a man who "divorces" her three weeks later. This man LOVES weddings and honeymoons. (???) To mend her broken heart, she and a model friend join the FBI (yeah, right) and wash out. They're recruited to join a privately owned justice league where she promptly fall in love with the trainer, who, with his father, actually owns the mountain hideaway where they're enscounced for a year of training. Somewhere along the line Sam manages to "find" several ex-wives, the ex--husband, and concoct a scheme to make the bastard pay for breaking their hearts, to the merry tune of $10 million each. Yeah, right. The best part of the book was hearing what was being prepared for breakfast, lunch and dinner...that part was actually good!

  • Pamela Pickering
    2019-02-12 07:47

    Ay yi yi...First I should say, I rarely read chick lit anymore but every once in a while I just want something nice, easy, and light to pass the time--especially with an audio book. I use audio books to entertain myself while I do a home project or to pass time during a long drive. I checked this one out for both purposes. I can't say if I've ever read or, er...listened to a Fern Michaels' book before but it will be a LONG time before I pick up another (if ever). I only made it to disc 2 before I just ejected it in disgust! UTTERLY RIDICULOUS! Now I love a bit of escapism in a good story just as much as the next person but this story had absolutely ZERO believability. Save your time, money, library card, etc and pass up this one.

  • Amy
    2019-02-10 06:25

    I was offered a huge bag of books free from a friend who was moving, and this was one I decided to take. I thought it would be fun to read a just-for-fun novel. That may be true, but not in a case like this where the plot set up is completely unbelievable, the writing is horrible, and the characters are one-dimensional. Read some of the other one-star reviews for specifics. I couldn't get more than a few chapters into it. I'm kind of amazed this even got published, but I guess the author wrote a bunch of books before this one that were well-received. I'm going to try to remember this author so that I never pick up one of her books again.

  • Susan W
    2019-01-26 07:39

    Loved it! I cannot understand the low ratings by people stating it was too far fetched. I wonder if those same people believe that vampires actually exist? Maybe they still believe in Santa too! I read a book to be entertained. Loved loved it. I was into it right away. The main character is feisty and I like that -I prefer strong female leads. The women have fun and are vindictive. The book is about a woman who got burnt, looking to make the man she fell for pay and in the midst of it all really turns out to find out that she just wants to succeed at something. She becomes stronger. She makes it over that wall.

  • Cathleen
    2019-02-11 09:17

    Picked this book up in a freebie bin at my doctor's office the other day... THANK GOODNESS. I would have been very upset if I had paid for it! The plot was so utterly ridiculous. I would give it 1/2 star if I could. "Scorned wife joins FBI, flunks out, joins a secret society and formulates a plan to get revenge on the ex-husband." Seriously? A friend of mine was recruited into the FBI and believe me, you don't just walk in the door and say "Here I am! Sign me up!" I also couldn't get past the nickname of the so-called hero - a "Greek God named Pappy". Pappy? Really? Are you Gene Hackman from The French Connection??? So sad. No more Fern for me!

  • Rachel Brand
    2019-01-18 12:47

    I have a distant memory of a truly terrible chick-lit novel which my mum borrowed from the library and thought was so unrealistic that I had to read it to believe it. I think I managed to read a couple of chapters before giving up. Today I stumbled upon this book by accident and realised instantly that this was the book. It makes me giggle to just think about it! :)

  • Teo
    2019-01-24 10:27

    What a waste of my time this book was! The back cover sounded nice, but the book was a disaster! That was some of the most unrealistic dialog I have ever read and the whole plot was so unrealistic and preposterous that I was rolling my eyes at what was going on almost every other page! First and definitely last Fern Michales book for me!

  • Shirlene
    2019-01-21 08:27

    Samantha Rainford had married Douglas Cosmo Rainford, III. They went on their honeymoon and after 3 weeks she was summoned to the office of attorney's Prizzi, Prizzi, Prizzi and Prizzi. She was then served divorce papers and handed a check for $5,000, which she refused. She also found out that she wasn't the first wife but rather the fourth ex-wife.She went home and received a phone call from her best friend and model, Slick. Slick had just been replaced by her modeling agency and was very upset. Sam and Slick decided that they would take up an offer to join the FBI. Six months later, they were washed out of the agency. Sam told Slick that it was time to get back at Douglas for dumping her and that she had done some research on the ex-wives. They went out and met up with 3 previous wives. Sam told them that there were at least 4 more ex-wives that had the same story about marrying and being divorced after 3 weeks. Sam then told them that Douglas Cosmo Rainford, III didn't exist according to the FBI database. Sam and Slick were then approached by Pete Donovan, Poke for short. He asked them to come work for him without telling them much about who they were working for or what their job would be. They would be trained to become mercenaries and have to give up their lives and identities should they agree. They agreed with the offers should the other three ex-wives be offered the same. They then went back and kidnapped a guy listening in to their conversations and then captured Donovan as well. They wanted answers as to where they were going and who they would be working for. All they got was that it was on a need to know basis. They really scared the guys though. They thought they were better than the women. They had misjudged them. The girls found out that they were going to a compound on a mountain in North Carolina. They were to be taught by a greek guy named Kollar Havapopulas. They were given beds and lockers in a bungalow. They were well fed in a fancy dining room with china settings. They were also surprised when another of the FBI washouts arrived to be part of their team, Eric Hawkins. He was their firearms instructor.They worked really hard to pass their physical tests over the year long period of training. Slick and Hawkins fell in love through their being so close together. The attraction was their from their time together in the FBI and it grew stronger. They both agreed that they would take their assignments for the promised period of three more years and somehow they would remain strong in their relationship. Sam fell in love with Paddy. Paddy was resistant to falling in love with her but he didn't stand a chance. His dog that was part wolf showed Paddy that he was in love with her too. Alpha missed Sam when the teams were allowed to go into New York for a week before Christmas to do some shopping and to have a break. Sam spent most of her time in an internet cafe searching for information on her ex. She found out that there were 7 other wives. There were 12 all together. She found information that he was involved with number 12 now. She still couldn't find out who he really was but knew he was somehow tied to the law firm of Prizzi... There were 2 teams left now. Paddy had visitors of the people who were the group of financial backers for what he was doing. They told him that they were going to sanction one of their own and were going to use the new recruits to help in this task. Paddy was worried about that and spoke to his father about what was going on. His father was the cook for the recruits. He liked Sam and encouraged his son to get involved with her and leave behind his memories of his fiancee. She was leaving him anyway when she tragically died when hit by a car two weeks after their last conversation. She had just died before they officially ended the relationship. Paddy knew his father was right and burned his photo he had of her. Sam actually took the initiative and kissed Paddy. Paddy had been on the mountain and alone for ten years. He was at a loss as to how to build a relationship with her. He knew that he didn't want to teach her to become a killer. He wanted to protect her and keep her on the mountain with him. He dreamt of her and she died in his dreams. This really set her apart and made him frightened for her. Sam and the others grew worried about their future as the end of the year approached. Sam's goal was to research her ex and get revenge somehow. She finished the program and everyone was passed and given assignments to continue except for Sam. She was furious and everyone walked out of the program when that happened. They all left with her and flew home with her. The exes along with Sam and one of the brothers who was a cop all met. The policeman told them all that he had found their husband and the other ex wives along with an 'almost' wife. He was a senator from Kansas. Paddy met with the consortium and told them that he didn't agree with their sanction because they wouldn't explain. He called the guy that that they were sanctioning and it happened to be the senator from Kansas. He left the mountain for the first time it ten years to go meet with him. It just happened to be the same night that the exes were all set to meet with the senator after dinner. They were all at the restaurant and they were dressed as nuns. They forced the Senator to invite them to his house after dinner. He did and they were each given a million dollars. With Paddy's help, the senator left the country and went to Greece in order to get away and had plastic surgery. Sam felt like she was a failure at everything and she blamed Paddy for part of it. She had gotten married and divorced after three weeks. She got washed out of the FBI. She fell in love with Paddy and he let her go without a word except to kick her out of his program. She cried all the time. When she left the mountain, she took Paddy's dog, Alpha, with her. He was miserable and she knew that she had to take him back home. She made it to the base of the mountain and started hiking up. She didn't realize that Paddy had camera's all over and he knew that she was coming. Alpha got to go home and Sam told Paddy that she was leaving in the morning. Paddy was disappointed but didn't say anything. She talked to Paddy's father and he told her that Paddy was in love with her. He didn't know how to talk to women and didn't know what to do with her. He told Sam to ask Paddy. He wouldn't lie to her. Sam did ask and Paddy didn't lie. He told her that he was in love with her.Sam told Paddy that how she felt about being sent home. She told him that she felt like a failure and wanted a chance to prove to herself that she was worth something. She wanted to work for a year and then return to the mountain to stay with him. Paddy reluctantly agreed and Sam was allowed to work. She proved herself invaluable. She did a good job and finished her last assignment a week early and headed to the mountain. Paddy met her there and agreed to get married with Slick as her bridesmaid. One of the exes told her that she might miss the wedding because she had met a man in Greece who reminded her a lot of the senator. She didn't realize that it was the senator who looked different after having plastic surgery. She told Paddy that they should tell her but he disagreed. They had a good laugh and Sam agreed to give it a chance to see if it might work out for them this time.

  • Michelle
    2019-01-24 05:37

    One of the worst books I've ever read/listened to. For most romance books, you have to suspend your belief a bit to enjoy the fun story. With this book, you have to suspend your entire intelligence level. There isn't one aspect of this book that is remotely believable even in the realm of a cute book of fiction. The written summary of the book is a duped ex-wife finds out her former husband is a marriage junkie and has several ex wives and they get even. Even that is basically a false statement - the book has a running back story on the marriage aspect but instead focuses more on these dimwits joining the FBI (yeah right) then recruited by some secret organization of spies (oh please). And let's not even discuss how stupid the reveal of the husband's identity is! Just plain awful - stay far, far away from this book!!!!

  • Joanie
    2019-02-14 12:23

    Sam fell head over heels in love with Douglas just after a few weeks and married him but soon divorced. She was NOT the only woman who found themselves in the same situation with this man.She and the other divorcees went to a training camp and tried to learn how to get even with Douglas,. Pappy was a great instructor but he became more than that!Michaels had me captivated during the whole book!

  • Kirsten
    2019-01-30 10:27

    This was so self-indulgent and silly! Loved it to bits and pieces. Who cares if it was unrealistic and made no sense? It was just so satisfying. Pappy was hot, the main chicks were hot, the side pairings and action and mystery were hot. It was good, if you don't mind it not being too serious!

  • Sue
    2019-02-14 12:24

    This book was ridiculous. The entire story line was stupid and definitely not up to Fern Michaels' standards. Yuck!!

  • Sue Williams
    2019-02-03 09:21

    This was ridiculous . Silly story, unbelievable , romantic drivel.

  • Melissa Hongisto
    2019-01-27 05:18

    I thought this was a cute book. It was sweet. It was also silly. My only question is, at the end of the book she said that he kissed her first, but she kissed him first during the snowball fight.

  • Sheila Cohen
    2019-01-23 06:22

    Quick, easy read.

  • Eli
    2019-02-06 05:32

    Can I give negative stars? Terrible writing, terrible story.

  • Monkeyface
    2019-01-26 12:30

    Listened to The Marriage Game by Fern Michaels. When Samantha Rainford - newly wed to Douglas Cosmo Rainford III - returns home from her honeymoon to find divorce papers waiting, she's shocked and heartbroken. Then she discovers that she's not the first to be abandoned - she's one of four (or maybe more) ex-Mrs. Rainfords - and decides it's time to put into practice that old truism: Don't get mad, get even. With the help of her longtime girlfriend Slick, a glamorous fashion model, Sam gathers together a highly unlikely team: Mrs. Kayla Rainford, an architect who moonlights as an exotic dancer; Mrs. Zoe Rainford, a plumber; and Mrs. Olivia Rainford, a former cheerleader and cartoon artist. Sam and Slick flunked out of FBI training school, but they still learned a few things there - like how to plan a mission. And the fivesome is determined to do whatever it takes to bring down Douglas Rainford III. Whatever it takes means attending a top-secret private special-ops training camp in the North Carolina mountains, where Sam meets fiercely disciplined ex-CIA operative Kollar Havapopulas. Six feet three and handsome as a Greek god, ?Pappy? is the best at what he does - transforming civilians into highly skilled fighting teams. What he's less adept at, however, is telling a woman how he feels, and before long he discovers he's developing some very warm feelings for Samantha Rainford - an attraction that seems fated to be a total disaster. Two personalities as strong as Sam and Pappy are sure to strike sparks, but will the fire that burns between them consume everything in its way? This was one of the best romance stories I have heard. I love Samantha and her high spirits and her willingness. I give this book 5 stars and a 10. A most wonderful read.

  • Karissa
    2019-02-15 13:42

    I stopped reading Fern Michaels a few years ago when I decided that she lost her touch. Plain Jane and What You Wish For are personal favorites of mine, but she hasn't done anything like those in a while (I think). I picked this up for the light read I knew it would be. It delivered there, but the plot line was so utterly unbelievable. Sam Rainford returns from her honeymoon to divorce papers. She soon discovers that she isn't the first, second, or third ex-wife of Douglas Rainford III. So she does what women do best and plots revenge with the other ex-wives.What makes this book unbelievable? Samantha trains for the FBI and washes out. At the same time she decides to go into the FBI, her best friend, a model, is fired. So what does Sam suggest? "They've been actively recruiting for the past few months. Want to join up?" (13). Is that all it takes to join the FBI??When she and her best friend, Slick, wash out of the FBI, they are approached by an independent contractor to train. But the two women won't join without the other Rainford ex-wives who have no FBI experience whatsoever. Sure. Because that's a thing that would happen. And what sort of name is Kollar? The love story just wasn't there for me either. "She cried then because she knew she'd just found the love of her life." (261). That was just so cheesy. Seriously. There was an attempt to make Sam feisty, but it fell flat for me. And, I'm sorry, you wash out of the FBI training program but totally ace this super sect training program? It's a cute book if you don't want to think, and don't mind crazy, far-fetched plot lines.

  • MarciaHaskell
    2019-02-05 09:27

    "In a dazzling celebration of the power of friendship and love, acclaimed bestselling author Fern Michaels brings her trademark wit and warmth to an action-packed story featuring a group of diverse women who bond Survivor-style under the most unlikely of circumstances ... and find romance along the way.When Samantha Rainford --- newly wed to Douglas Cosmo Rainford III --- returns home from her honeymoon to find divorce papers waiting, she's shocked and heartbroken. Then she discovers that she's not the first to be abandoned --- she's one of four (or maybe more) ex-Mrs. Rainfords --- and decides it's time to put into practice that old truism: Don't get mad, get even.With the help of her longtime girlfriend Slick, a glamorous fashion model, Sam gathers together a highly unlikely team: Mrs. Kayla Rainford, an architect who moonlights as an exotic dancer; Mrs. Zoe Rainford, a plumber; and Mrs. Olivia Rainford, a former cheerleader and cartoon artist. Sam and Slick flunked out of FBI training school, but they still learned a few things there --- like how to plan a mission. And the fivesome is determined to do whatever it takes to bring down Douglas Rainford III."I enjoyed this book more than most of Fern Michaels's novels. I enjoyed her sisterhood series and this story is reminiscent of those. For me, the characters are not fleshed out enough as individuals, but the story is fast paced and had enough twists to keep me interested. A fun read, especially for the summer.

  • Judy
    2019-01-27 08:17

    Samantha Rainford just spent a fabulous 3 week honeymoon with her new husband Douglas Rainford III. She hadn’t know him long only 3 weeks, and now as she returned to pack her personal things, she is served with divorce papers. Shocked and heartbroken she discovers she is the 4th Mrs Rainford to receive this treatment. She is mad, so she decides to enlist the help of the other 3 Mrs. Rainfords and not get mad but get even. She and her best friend Slick, along with Eric Hawkins, are approached by a man who makes a amazing offer. He invites them to join an elite group that will become undercover operatives of some sort. The story gets a little hokey here, but I decided to preserver because I've read Fern Michaels before and I like her story telling. I am glad I continued. The story gets better; it is a story of camaraderie, of friendship and determination. Of course there is a love interest that develops. There is intrigue as the recruits spend a year learning “the trade”. The story developed as I thought it would , I had the plot figured out quite early , but that did not take away from the writing, cause I could have been wrong! Great character development, good plots and even a bit of smaltzy romance. I liked it a great deal.

  • Rebekah
    2019-01-18 09:41

    Utterly ridiculous, did Fern Michaels actually research any of the subject material before putting pen to paper? She clearly has absolutely no understanding of the FBI recruitment process. This book was just too unbelievable to be enjoyable in anyway, besides the fact that a US Senator manages to marry and dump 5 complete bimbos, cometly under the radar, without being busted; two of these loonies then on a compete whim decide to join the FBI as agents, oh, because it's so easy....you know, to just join the FBI...absolutely no reference to the long winded application process, rounds and rounds of interviews, polygraph...no, they just join the FBI and immediately get shipped off to Quantico for training. After washing out of the FBI, two of the ex Mrs Rainfords then mysteriously get recruited by a black ops operation...because clearly the FBI made a complete mistake in not hiring an ex model with absolutely no experience or qualifications that would qualify her in becoming an agent...after all, what could the FBI know? Need I say more...ludicrous!

  • Laurel
    2019-01-30 05:35

    This story is about a woman (Samantha Rainford) came back from her honeymoon to find divorce papers from her husband. Then she discovers that she's not the first to be abandoned like this, she's one of four ex-Mrs. Rainfords. She decides to get back at her ex-husn=band, no matter what the cost will be. With the help of her best girlfriend Slick, a beautiful ex-model, Sam gathers together a team: Kayla Rainford, an architect who's hobby is to be an exotic dancer; Zoe Rainford, a plumber; and Olivia Rainford, a former cheerleader and cartoon artist. Sam and Slick had dropped out of FBI training school, but they still learned a few things there such as planning missions to take down their ex-husband. IN order to accomplish this, they attend a top-secret private special-ops training camp in the North Carolina mountains, where Sam meets a very disciplined ex-CIA operative Kollar Havapopulas. This story revolves around how Sam manages to take down her ex-husband and falls for Kollar.