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This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title When Saber Wynter, who is running from her past, meets Jess Calhoun, an ex-Navy SEAL who is haunted by his violent history as a GhostWalker, she finally discovers a kindred spirit who offers her a safe haven, until danger finds them both. About the Author : Christine Feehan has had more than forty novels published, including titles that have hit number one on the New York Times bestseller list.
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Published by Thorndike Pr Used Hardcover Quantity Available: 2. I found Jesse to be a passive aggressive, obstinate jerk. He used the OW drama to make the heroine jealous. It was childish behavior. Every time he was amused by it, I wanted to slap him. But the lipstick thing - I moved from slapping to wanting to kick him in the balls.
I would have totally walked out on this guy long before, but if he played that game with me? Totally would have given him the finger and left as fast as I could. He did not listen to Saber, never believed her and was selfish in what he required of her. Even at the very end. I just never developed any affection for Jesse.
Saber - I felt so horrible for how she grew up. It was seriously BAD. But she was annoyingly immature. Cue - stomping her foot and whining "Jesseeeee". Maybe the narrator made her more annoying than I would have read her. But either way, her immaturity was at least explained by her history. She was also terrified. But why did she never leave Jesse? It made no sense. After a time, I was cheering for her to.
I really thought she needed to. Jesse needed a wake up call on his behavior. But no, she was weak and apparently Jesse has a magic preen. I felt bad for her because she is in a very bad position with the GhostWalkers and Jesse is blind to it. Overall, I do not feel good about their relationship. She will always be at a disadvantage and he does not put her above all others. He might have thought he "could" but his actions are consistently him putting himself and others before her.
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His sister called him a player, but his thoughts were not on his sexual history. Since his accident before Saber moved in , he has not had anyone. Saber has been dating and the book opens up to her being on a date. She is a virgin so does not do much of anything on these dates.
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But she does live with the hero so he sees her going on dates and they talk about them. That was super strange to me. It was upsetting and just kept being so because it was never dropped. Maybe I am more sensitive than others and I certainly understand why it was in the story, but it did not have to be repeatedly mentioned. I had a hard time with a female heroine of the same name!
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I do not think it colored my review, but it was really strange. View all 6 comments. Feb 23, Erika rated it really liked it Shelves: safety-gang-safe , protective-hero , man-whore-hero , ugh-manwhore-gets-the-virgin , virgin-heroine , science-fiction-romance , heroine-with-traumatic-past , paranormal-romance , too-many-details-hero-past-sex-life. Mixed feelings on this one.
I don't recall anything like this in any of the other Feehan novels I have read. However, I really enjoyed the overall plot and suspense. The sex scenes were really good. I liked both Jesse and Saber, but there was a bit too much angst going on between them at times I am not a fan of angst. Seems like there is way more angst in the Ghostwalker romances versus the Carpathi Mixed feelings on this one. Seems like there is way more angst in the Ghostwalker romances versus the Carpathian romances. Maybe I should just stick to the Dark series!
View all 23 comments. I really did not like this book. At all. The last two books in the Ghostwalker series were filled with action! Countries, battles, interesting backgrounds. Predatory Game takes place in a home.
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A regular ole town. Physically and psychically enhanced soldiers are paired with females by pheromones that leave both the male and female unable to resist the explosive attraction. Usually the books in this series are amazing!
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This one has failed miserably in the rock on! Jess was injured in a previous book. He does not have the use of his legs below his knees. He still works with the team, but his brilliance is best used on intel and research. A sexy man in a wheelchair.
Of course, being paired, they suffer through the mutual attraction and sexual pull. This book is extremely bleh. I only recommend it to those reading this series. And even then, just stick through it if you can. The next books get better. Moderate to juicy violence. Moderate sexual content.
Just all around blahness.
Feehan may be the "reigning queen of paranormal romance," but she's also the queen of the run-on sentence. With all that, I still enjoyed this book. There were some slow parts, but the end was full of action. Finally, seeing some headway in the Dr. Whitney issue. This was the first time--that I can remember--the girls from the orphanages having flower OR seasonal names. In the Ms. In the past, it was only flower names.
Feehan set this book up in a way to branch into the "other side" of the ghostwalkers and that's all I can say about that without posting a spoiler alert. Finally, this is not a book to pick up to begin the series. Need to go back and read the series in order or at least the previous books because they tended to recap what the ghostwalkers were, Dr. Whitney, and how it all came about. This book did not go too much into what led up to this point.