Deadly Game: Ghostwalkers Book 5

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Name: Deadly Game

Author: Christine Feehan

Published: February 27, 2007 by Jove

Purchased: July 8, 2012, $7.99 on Kindle, now $8.99 on Kindle

☆☆☆☆/5

I saw this website that gave some pointers on how to review so, I’m going to try that. Honestly, I don’t like doing it, it feels very impersonal to me but, maybe you, my followers and fellow book lovers might like it so, I would love some feedback.

The cover is nice but not something that would really grab my attention if I didn’t know what the series is about. If it was just a stand alone and I didn’t know the author, it isn’t really all the eye catching in my opinion.

The book seemed to be properly formatted and edited, although there were two or three typos that an editor might have just skimmed over.

The writing of the author really makes the story come alive, I can see what’s happening in my head. The pace of the story stayed in sync with the plot, it moved along nicely, although there was a bit too much action and not enough romance for me.

Ken is a very easy character to connect with but Mari, not so much. It’s not that she’s fighting the attraction, no she accepts that after a bit but it just seems like she wasn’t written right. Maybe it’s because the author tried to make her so opposite of her sister?

**Spoiler**

Finally seeing Dr. Peter Whitney is an added bonus, he’s been built up to be this mad scientist and he is, don’t get me wrong but he’s very creepy, and I thought it made for a better story.

**End Spoiler**

I would recommend this for those who love an alpha sniper with some background and emotional issues and a female solider afraid of her own feelings for those paranormal romance lovers.

Thank you for reading my review.

-Sam

 

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