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review 2017-10-20 17:51
Dangerous Beauty
Samurai Game - Christine Feehan

3rd Reread Completed in October 2017.:

I think that Azami is one of Feehan's more complex GhostWalker heroines. She is definitely the most tortured. Like physically and emotionally. Whitney used her for experiments and operated on her repeatedly and then literally threw her away. She rose like a phoenix from the ashes, which is why her tattoo is so appropriate. I love how badass she is. Not only badass, but also very calm and soothing and has a sense of peace that took many years of discipline to cultivate. I think she's perfect for Sam.

Sam is such a sweetie. I love him. He's definitely lethal and capable of kicking butt big time, but he's also like a big cuddly teddy bear. He's so loyal. I was so glad to see he got a good heroine.

I loved how Sam and Azami connected deeply, and one couldn't even say it was because Whitney paired them. They share a history of having grown up in trouble surroundings and being adopted, and a craving for a real sense of family and home. It makes me so happy that they are together.

I like how much of the action in this book is Azami on her mission to cut off Whitney's espionage supply pipeline. She is ruthless about taking out her enemies, but I'm not mad at her.

One thing that bothered me this time as much as the last, Feehan barely mentions that Sam is African American. I would have liked more references to his skin color just as it was important to get a clear image of him in my head. I made up my own image. However, someone who picked up this book first probably wouldn't even know Sam was black.

As always, I love seeing Team One work together and joke around. I like how Feehan takes the time to introduce some characters she hadn't featured before, like Jonas and Kyle. I liked how much Ryland, Gator, Tucker, Nico, and Ian were in this, not to mention the ladies such as Saber, Lily, and Flame.

I never get enough of these book. This completes the reread of the books I have already read at least twice. Now I'm moving onto Viper Game, for my first reread.

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review 2013-05-27 00:00
Shadow Game (GhostWalkers Series #1)
Shadow Game - Christine Feehan first three-quarters was a discombobulated mess. last quarter was better. I probably wont continue this series
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review 2013-01-13 00:00
Murder Game (GhostWalkers Series #7)
Murder Game - Christine Feehan Read in a personal weekend read-a-thon :D
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review 2013-01-12 00:00
Predatory Game (GhostWalkers Series #6)
Predatory Game - Christine Feehan Read in a personal weekend read-a-thon :D
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review 2012-12-26 00:00
Shadow Game (GhostWalkers Series #1)
Shadow Game - Tom Stechschulte,Christine Feehan Audiobook. I also have the paperback.

I have listened to this author's Dark series and the Romanian accents were a little too much for me. So I came to the audiobooks thinking I'd not like them as much as the other series. I actually liked the audiobook a lot and although the narrator has a very deep manly voice, his softening for the female voice was perfect. For some reason I have read some of the other books in the series but never the first and now I understand why the heroine forgives her dad. I couldn't understand how she could forgive him for the awful things he did early in her life.

I'm planning on working my way through the series.
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