Predatory Game by Christine Feehan
Ghost Walkers, Book 6
Jove Books
Paranormal Romance
ISBN: 978-0-515-14428-4
Reviewed by Indy



Saber Wynter knew she had been in one place too long considering the terrifying past she was running from. A child prodigy of a doctor responsible for turning her into an assassin before she hit puberty, Saber doesnít believe she will ever find acceptance and a family to call her own. Living with her boss Jess Calhoun, a Navy Seal recuperating from his battle wounds, goes against all sheís been taught. But for the first time in her life, she feels safe.

Jess didnít realize his roommate/housekeeper is more than a woman on the run from a bad past. When Saber slips up and her hidden abilities become apparent, Jess knows he has to find out why sheís in his home and how sheís related to Whitney, the doctor responsible for the anomalies he, his team and the female orphans all have in common. Jessí current assignment brings more danger to their home and the long arm of Whitney becomes apparent when Jess and Saber discover maybe their shared attraction is not as natural as they would hope.

Jess and Saber become involved in one heart-pumping encounter after another as two sick mad men decide to play a game of cat and mouse, a game that seems to be spiraling out of control. Only love, trust and the Ghost Walker brethren working as one will keep these two lovers safe.

Another addition to a series where science, paranormal and espionage come together in a world where enemies are plentiful and those you can trust are few. Predatory Game is the third book in the Ghost Walker series Iíve had a chance to read and a big reminder of how much Iíve missed since Mind Game. Jess is part of the G.W. team who, despite his crushed legs, is just as powerful as the rest of his team and has the ability to move things with his mind. A tiny pixie with the power to kill by means of the lightest touch, Saber is a powerful woman tormented by nightmares of dark places and a cruel past. Together these two are fascinating to watch, from Saberís impressive talents to Jessí dominating personality that hasnít changed despite his physical limitations. Christine Feehan has done an excellent job in creating a story that is full of suspense and has so many surprises and layers that you find yourself reading as fast as you can to get to the next unbelievable twist. For fans of the series, you will be excited to see cameos from some of the previous team members and catch up on the diabolical Whitney as he continues to manipulate from afar. For newcomers, all I can say is sit back and hold on. Predatory Game is as impressive as the rest of the series and lives up to its name.


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