Spider Game: Ghostwalkers Book 12

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Name: Spider Game

Author: Christine Feehan

Published: January 26, 2016 by Jove

Purchased: January 26, 2016, $7.99 at Barnes & Noble, $7.99 on Kindle

☆☆☆☆/5

First off, there was a review I read that said that Trap was completely abusive. I disagree with that statement. Sure, he was a huge emotionally abusive jerk twice but, while I’m not excusing his behavior, I can kind of understand it. While I do understand it, I really wish he could’ve gotten a hold on his emotions so he didn’t treat Cayenne that way.

I don’t think Trap is as bad as Wyatt is, he continually hurt Pepper but Trap was amazing with Cayenne when he wasn’t being a jealous jerk those two times.

I almost cried a few times when he was speaking to her, he was so sweet and comforting and, even when he could’ve taken control, he didn’t. He let Cayenne get used to him, find her own way to be with him. Also, the cooking lesson was funny. Not the actual cooking lesson but the banter in the middle of it with one of the team members.

This is one of the first Ghostwalker books where the couple is married before the end of the book so, I liked seeing that, though it wasn’t really all that much different, except for the husband and wife titles.

I really liked knowing Gator and Flame were there even if they didn’t actually make an appearance. I really want to know Gator’s reaction to his brother becoming a Ghostwalker, I want to read that scene.

The ending was a little anticlimactic, it was so quick and hardly any action happened when they were supposed to be this huge threat.

With everything going on with the plot, the attack, the gala and the attack at the end, though anticlimactic, all kept the book from getting boring however, in the beginning Trap and the team kind of explain how to count peanut shells on the floor and my eyes kind of glazed over at that, I kind of just skimmed over that. Science and math aren’t all that interesting for me.

Thank you for reading my review.

-Sam

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