The reigning queen of paranormal romance”(Publishers Weekly) returns to the world of the Ghostwalkers, men and women invisible to their enemies. Read “Predatory Game” by Christine Feehan with Rakuten Kobo. “The reigning queen of paranormal romance”(Publishers Weekly) returns to the world of the. Read Predatory Game read free novels online from your Mobile, Pc. Predatory Game is a Fantasy novel by Christine Feehan.
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But it happens that girl is an assassin with special abilities who is hiding out and boy is a special forces soldier who works for the government trying to catch traitors.
I mean, nothing important happened in the 1st 8 chapters. She was tortured and forced to the bidding of scientists. You get the feel for everything; from Jess’s house, the radio station, the characters inner battles, combat of every form.
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Some of the climactic fighting was very written and the bad guys were clearly bad. His hand tangled in her hair, fingers massaging her scalp, easing the tension out of her. My favorite book of the Ghostwalker series. The ability to create pictures and emotions with words is such a miracle to me. Maybe I am more sensitive than others and I certainly understand why it was in the story, but it did not have to be repeatedly mentioned. She had to feel the monster of a hard-on, but she never said a word, simply slid her bottom over him and settled down as if she fit there perfectly.
She had an innocence about her that made him want—no need—to protect her. That isn’t going to stop Jesse. They were government experiments that should have been scrapped long before they were ever let loose on the world. All in all, Predatory Game was a satisfying read, more focused on the romance than the previous books in the series.
Lately she had been so restless, lying in bed thinking of him, of his smile, the sound of his laughter, the width of his shoulders.
There are bad guys coming out of the woodworks in this book. Anyone who likes Pranormal romances, or vampire books. Holding back out of fear. I’ve been dying to read Kadan’s story fehan his 1st appearance in Shadow Gameso it should be fun to see him fall in love and lose some of his control.
So far all the books in the Ghostwalker series have been sizzling with incredibly virile, alpha males but not all couples have had great chemistry. It made no sense.
View all 3 comments. An intriguing mixture of romance and science kept me reading and interested long after I put it down. I understand her fear. Fans predatoyr military sci-fi romance. This is a fantastic addition to the series.
Book review: Christine Feehan’s *Predatory Game (GhostWalkers, Book 6)*
I am not a huge fan of the book scenario where they have known each other for months then they realise they are in love etc etc, but this works really well in this book and especially with these 2 characters. She grows weaker as time passes, her training forgotten as she is lulled into a false sense of security. Predatory Game is paranormal romantic suspense at its best.
Her stomach dropped out from under her and her heart did a strange little flip that was very alarming. Jess was injured in a previous book. Saber Wynter, a woman that Dr.
And who’s the stalker? She knew monsters intimately. In that way, it was a sweet book. Did he think of women?
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She wished it was, but he never once made a move on her. Jess and Veehan love each other, even though she’s not willing to admit it, but can they trust each other? Want to Read saving…. She was going to make friends, have causes, know what fun was. I was also very unsure of her age, which makes some of the romantic elements a little uncomfortable; she tells someone that she’s fourteen, she’s known to change her appearance to make herself look older, and she’s continually described as slender, small, tiny, etc.
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