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REVIEW: Murder Game by Christine Feehan

Hunting teams competing with each other for points earned by murder, rape and bloodshed, Murder Game is an interesting book indeed.

Although this book is brilliant and fun, it’s not one of my favorites.  Looking forward to Kadan’s character, this book was somewhat of a disappointment.   Below you will see two quick notations on the origin and idea of GhostWalkers and their explosive union with their women.

The relationship is totally rockin awesome and I adore how Tansy shakes up his silent resolve.  Kadan has always been the cool, collected Ghostwalker.  It’s amazing what will change when your genetically altered mate lands your lap.

The wind shifted and carried her scent to him.  Kadan’s body tightened savagely in response.  His body knew her instantly.  She looked like some wild, pagan offering.  Untamed, seductive.  For him.  He went very still, his breath catching in his lungs.  Instant awareness shook him.  He’d certainly had his share of women, but he never reacted like this-a vicious, brutal response of his body and mind, everything in him reaching toward her.

“He did other things too.  He has a breeding program, matching the girls, who are now women, with men he experimented on in the military.  He created several GhostWalker teams.  I’m a member of one of those teams.  I agreed to be psychically enhanced.  At the time, we didn’t know he took those experiments even further without our consent.  He enhanced us genetically as well as paired us with the women from his earlier experiments.  Our best guess is that he hopes to create unique soldiers from the unions.”

Tansy must remain secluded to avoid contact with other people and objects that overwhelm her with their violent history.  Forced into agreement, she assists Kadan with locating the serial killing teams.  Using puzzle pieces left at the crime scenes, she must relive every crime in hopes of finding the teams and the puppet master.

This book has an intriguing story to it.  I like the idea.  It just didn’t do it for me.

I recommend this book to mature adults only.  I’m sure it will entertain anyone who is looking forward to a fantastic story.  If you have read any Christine Feehan books but have yet to read this series, begin with Shadow Game.  This series is outstanding and well worth the read!

~Happy reading!

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REVIEW: Predatory Game – A Ghostwalker series novel # 6 by Christine Feehan

Predatory Game is the Ghostwalker story of Jess Calhoun and Saber Wynter.

I really did not like this book.  At all.

The last two books in the Ghostwalker series were filled with action!  Countries, battles, interesting backgrounds.   Predatory Game takes place in a home.  A regular ole town.  There really isn’t anything spectacular about this book.

It’s like riding some super totally rockin’ awesome roller coaster and then riding the toddler kiddie rides.  It just doesn’t work.

Physically and psychically enhanced soldiers are paired with females by pheromones that leave both the male and female unable to resist the explosive attraction.  Usually the books in this series are amazing!  This one has failed miserably in the rock on! department.

Jess was injured in a previous book.  He does not have the use of his legs below his knees.  He still works with the team, but his brilliance is best used on intel and research.  A sexy man in a wheelchair.

Saber is one of Whitney’s experiments with some pretty intriguing psychic abilities.  She showed up on Jess’ door hoping to fill the employment ad he placed in the newspaper.

Basically, two Ghostwalkers, two shielders living together for almost a year without detecting the other’s abilities.  Of course, being paired, they suffer through the mutual attraction and sexual pull.

This book is extremely bleh.  I only recommend it to those reading this series.  And even then, just stick through it if you can.  The next books get better.

Moderate to juicy violence.  Moderate sexual content.  Just all around blahness.

~Happy reading!

REVIEW: Deadly Game – A Ghostwalker series novel # 5 by Christine Feehan

Deadly Game is the Ghostwalker story about Ken and Mari. 🙂

Ken is a very deep, dark character that is suffocating from a huge burden from his past.  His father killed his mother out of jealous rage and then attempted to kill Ken and his twin brother Jack.  Growing up with serious issues, Ken and Jack joined the Special Ops team as two elite snipers.

Being physically as well as psychically enhanced, the Norton brothers are a force all their own.  Whitney, the evil little dweeb of a scientist who apparently has more pull than Santa Clause, is doing everything possible to manipulate the outcome between Ken and Mari.

He wants her pregnant.  Unfortunately for Mari and her sisters who were trained as soldiers since birth, that includes the new Breeding program.  Whitney will stop at nothing to move his plans forward to the next phase, the study of the second generation of altered human beings.

What a little shit.  Enough said.

Ken knows that his father’s legacy is in him, eating at his core, consuming him from the inside out.  He has always hidden away from relationships and any notion of real feelings for anyone other than brother.

“Mari, honey, you have to be sure.”  His voice was hoarse.  “I’m not going to be able to stop in another minute.  I don’t have a damn thing to use as protection and this is bullshit, taking you here.  I’m not going to be gentle and loving like you deserve.  And I don’t want to hurt you.  I’m so damned afraid of hurting you, but I sear I’ll give you more pleasure than you’ve ever had in your life.  If you cant’ do this with me, go all the way, take everything I need to give you, you’ve got to tell me to stop now and I swear to you.  I’ll find the strength to leave you alone.”

Their relationship progression is heart wrenching.  A total rollercoaster.  I am a relationship disaster and it is interesting to read a story about two people who share such similarities that it is frightening.  Talk about analyzing …

I recommend this book to all adults tho want to read something worthy of their time.  Totally rockin awesome sexual content, delicious violence with some round about scenes of rape and degradation.  It sounds terrible, but it’s not too bad.

~Happy reading!