Deadly Game by Christine Feehan (‘GhostWalker’ series Book #5)

Canbook Distribution

Format: Mass Market Paperbound - Published: February 8, 2007 - 368 Pages - ISBN: 0515142611 - Published By: Canbook Distribution


Deadly Game

by Christine Feehan

‘GhostWalker’ series Book #5

It began as a mission to find a notorious politician whose plane went down in the Congo. But the risky operation took an unexpected turn when Mari, a physically enhanced member of the rescue team, was taken hostage by rebel forces. Now, imprisoned in an isolated compound, Mari has only one chance for survival – escape. What she doesn’t count on is Ken Norton, expert assassin and himself a GhostWalker warrior, fighting to get behind the prison walls on a mission of his own 0 one that reaches into Mari’s own past and the mysterious fate of her twin sister … and that will bind Kn and Mari in an intoxicating passion that raises the stakes on the deadliest game of survival they’ve ever played.

Review: Another awesome book in the GhostWalker series. I was really glad to feel the connection between Ken and Mari. Both deserved to be happy. The action was perfect, whether fighting or in bed, and the characters really life up to the reader’s expectations. ‘Dr’ Whitney is as much an a$$#@!& as ever.  Each character has their very own personality, setting each other apart to make them unique. Feehan has a way with words; you see the setting through the characters’ eyes, feel their emotions as if they are your own… I was a little upset by the very ending of the novel. If read, I’d like to discuss that – it was something that I wasn’t happy with, knowing how both characters felt. Still, can’t wait for the next one!

Rating: .5


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