Gator Fontenot of the Special Forces paranormal squad must reel in the elusive Iris "Flame" Johnson, a victim of the same horrific experiments that warped Gator--and a red-haired weapon of unimaginable destructive powers bent on revenge in the sultry bayous of New Orleans. But can two people... show more
Gator Fontenot of the Special Forces paranormal squad must reel in the elusive Iris "Flame" Johnson, a victim of the same horrific experiments that warped Gator--and a red-haired weapon of unimaginable destructive powers bent on revenge in the sultry bayous of New Orleans. But can two people haunted by violent betrayals trust the passion that soon ignites between them? Or is one of them just playing another seductive and deadly night game?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 1st 2005
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Romantic Suspense
Series: GhostWalkers (#3)
Reread in the Month of August, 2016.Who doesn't love Gator? I certainly do. Gator definitely meets his match in sassy and lethal Iris aka Flame Johnson. Sparks fly from the beginning. Flame steals his heart just like she steals information. She keeps him running, and together they find out who is ki...
I loved Gator in all the previous books, its the Cajun blood and the cockiness, but its the heart tooHis family, his heritage, his love of Flame, his protective, barabaricness lmao such an awesome alpha male. This series is just getting better and better
As I was listening to this book, I kept thinking I'd read it and then I'd second guess myself. Then at a couple of pivotal events, I realized I really had read the book previously. I think I liked it better the first time. Flame drove me bananas! She was so stubborn and contrary - if Gator said ...
****** Reread from June 3- June 6, 2012My thoughts:This book series sets me on fire. I know I talk about these books way too much.I can't help it. I just adore them so much! First of all, I find the idea brilliant, and I love the interactions between the characters. The heroes and heroines complem...
Dr. Peter Whitney is a bad, bad man. We already knew he was an evil genius when the series began. After all, he was the mastermind behind the Ghostwalker project. He devised the experiment where select military men volunteered for psychic enhancement. Even worse, he experimented on young orphan gir...