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Continuing with the critiques I started in 2015, here is the next in series – a book review.
Prologue: Go here.
For review of all books under Ghostwalker series: Go here.

Stars: 4 / 5
Recommendation: A definite pick if you are into paranormal romance with a touch of eroticism and the unbelievable.

Night game is the third instalment in the Ghostwalker series by Christine Feehan and published in November of 2005. Ghostwalkers are a group of women and men who are sent on special missions. They have psychic abilities, physical abilities (both enhanced genetically and natural) and some abilities more rare than others. However every Ghostwalker would need an "anchor" to draw back the psychic backlash from other ghostwalkers, especially that would instigate violence. As the series proceeds we get introduced to four teams of Ghostwalkers each enhanced in more ways than one can think.



The plot revolves around the pair of Ghostwalkers - Raoul "Gator" Fontenot and Iris "Flame" Johnson.  Gator gets called to his homeland - bayous of New Orleans - by his Nonny (grand mother) to help his grand-mere and his brother Wyatt to find one of their friend, Joy Chiasson who went missing. The day he was leaving, Lily Whitney-Miller (wife of their Captain Ryland Miller and the adopted daughter of Dr. Peter Whitney) asks him to look into another one of the girls her father had experimented on - Iris "Flame" Johnson. She believed that Iris was in the same neighborhood as where Joy went missing and that Iris was also looking for the girls from her father's experiments.

After her father, Dr. Peter Whitney, gets murdered, Lily finds out that Dr. Whitney had taken orphans from around the world who had psychic capabilities for his experiments - long before he had started them on grown men and women. And when they failed, or more importantly an incident with Lily made him decide to disband his experiment, relocate the girls elsewhere but adopt Lily as his own. Despite the sorrow it caused, Lily was determined to find each and every girl and bring them back to safety. She found Dahlia recently (in the book Mind Game) and now she is asking Gator to find Iris. Gator agrees to do it and if he found her will bring her back to safety. But Gator neither Iris know that they both are being hunted by unknown enemies who want to terminate them. Iris with her ability to use her voice in unimaginable ways and Gator with his talents that no one on his team know to the fullest start the dangerous path that both the ghostwalkers walk on.

What was different about this book was the element of humor. So far we have been seeing mystery, romance, eroticism, paranormal and the undefined. But with this book, Christine introduces the fun element. Gator, with his charming cajun accent sprinkles laughter around loosening up Iris along. Iris, known to be an anchor, butts with him head to toe, in all levels - sexual, elemental, strength, heart and mind - enjoying the ride. Two alpha ghostwalkers when paired would bound to cause fire and electricity and so do these two.  Christine has masterfully spun this web around them enticing us with their relationship which is fun one moment and hot the next. Also we get introduced to Jack Norton, Ken Norton and some of the other deadly ghostwalkers from Team Two in this book.

A definite recommendation to continue the series and adults only please!! :P

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