In the new GhostWalker novel by the number-one New York Times best-selling author of Viper Game, a trained killer meets his match in a woman whose very kiss can stop a heart.
The Cajun dive in the middle of the godforsaken swamps wasn't exactly Trap Dawkins' idea of fun. But the GhostWalker wasn't there for a good time. He was looking for her. Cayenne. It's where she found her victims. Poor suckers. Then again, who wouldn't want to leave a place like this with a woman like her? It's not Cayenne's fault. Locked up, experimented on, and never knowing kindness, she was bred this way - with a heart of pure venom. Trap understands her. He survived his own dark past, and he shares her desire for getting even. But now Trap's greatest danger is Cayenne herself. Because what's inside her is hard to control - especially when it's aroused by a lover as reckless as Trap.
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Where is the Christine Feehan I know and love?
This book disappointed on so many levels.
The back story (Whitney and his craziness) is the best thing about this book. The only thing I liked about it was that it’s a bridge from the last book (that I LOVED) and the next book (which I’m sure I will at least like better than this piece of crap). There is info about the backstory that you get in this book that I’m sure you will need when listening to the next book.
It hasn’t turned me off from this genre, but it almost made me turn away from this series. I hope her next book isn’t as disturbing as this one.
Honestly there wasn’t many scenes I liked in this book. Maybe the scene with Cayenne, Pepper and Noni (at least Trap isn’t in that small scene)
I was actually physically ill when reading some of the scenes between Trap and Cayenne. He is emotional abusive through the whole book. He treats her like property and a piece of meat he can F**k whenever he wants. After knowing his childhood and how his father treated his mother I would have hoped he would have more respect for the women he claimed to love. He is a despicable human and by the end of the book I was almost hoping he would take a bullet in the head so Cayenne would be free. She spends her whole life in a cage and then the first man she meets that is kind to her treats her like sh** and that’s ok? Seriously? If this was someone in my real life I would be trying to get her to run and get help. Physically ill.
- Patricia V. Evans