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Murder Game (GhostWalkers, Book 7) Mass Market Paperback – December 30, 2008
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As expected when dealing with such a valuable commodity as a super soldier, powerful individuals who do not have the greater good in mind would do anything to obtain these men and/or the science behind them.
In case you were wondering, yes, these are paranormal romance novels. Each novel is a particular GhostWalker's love story. This is Kadan Montague's love story. Okay men, don't leave just yet. There is plenty of action, machismo, and some of the steamiest love scenes Christine has published to date in this book. Oops, I may have lost the guys with the last part; or maybe not.
I have been anticipating Kadan's story almost from the beginning of this series. He has been an enigma lurking in the background of almost every GhostWalker novel preceding this one and it does not disappoint. This is a man who is considered "one scary individual" by his own teammates. He is a cold blooded killing machine.
Kadan is sent on a mission with which even his fellow GhostWalkers cannot assist because they are all considered suspects in a series of murders. It is up to Kadan to clear them all. He quickly realizes he cannot go it alone so he seeks out a very special woman to help him.
Tansy Meadows has an almost supernatural ability to track serial killers but at a very high personal cost to her health and even her sanity.Read more ›
I have looked forward to your book since Lilly's. You are the enigma, the man who shields not only his friends from danger, but himself from the rest of the world. You are the perfect ghostwalker and man oh man I want you to be mine!!
Your genetic matched mate Tansy started out as a great character but fell two dimensional after only 50 pages. And the sex.... oh man the sex all you two did was have sex, sex, sex oh and how about more sex. Like you meet Tansy... then see her naked... then have sex that night. Her parents are 'kidnapped' and how do you big strong Kaden handle it?? You have sex... again.
Did I mention that this book had a lot of sex? For the sake of not sounding too repetitive I'm going to stop there. The plot was amazing and shouldn't have taken back seat to the sweaty scenes. Christine Feehan is a great writer, she was just too horny while writing this.
Alas Kaden you fall below Jack and Ken now for their books were plot with a little cherry of sex. I hope the next one is as amazing as I dreamed Murder Game would be.
However, I have one major reservation about this book, something that left a bad taste in my mouth when it was all over. First, let me make one thing clear. It takes all kinds to make the world go 'round; I get that. Some folks want to read fantasies about taming the bad boy, bringing the alpha male to heel, or even being submissive to a dominant man; that's their choice. What I don't like is when an author gussies it up as though they have to defend that fantasy and make it "justifiable." And that's how this book comes across, in a really big way. Kadan is extremely domineering, and while Tansy has just enough spine for the author to be able to say, "see? She's a strong woman, really she is" (as Kadan and Tansy insist on pointing out to the reader on a number of occasions), one kiss from Kadan and she becomes "pliant" and "obedient" (yes, words used within a page of one another to describe Tansy's reactions to Kadan).
Kadan might not be physically abusive, but he comes close to it a couple of times. And he does things that most people would NOT consider appropriate in a relationship, such as requiring Tansy to allow him to touch her provocatively in front of other people even when it embarrasses her. And it's somehow supposed to be okay because she can read his mind and knows that he's actually insecure and needy under it all.Read more ›
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Good story line, characters from other Ghostwalker novels brought in. Held my attention through the whole story line.Published 1 month ago by D. Johnson
This was a great read. I could not stop reading until I finished the book.Published 2 months ago by Patricia Wingate
Of all the Ghost Walker novels, This was my absolute favorite. Kaden was exactly the way you expected him to be from the other novels that he was a part of. Read morePublished 4 months ago by STELLARE
I love the Ghost Walkers and this was a HUGE disappointment! The story had the bones for an exciting plot and instead it was just one sex scene after another. No plot, no storyPublished 5 months ago by D. SAHLI