Happy Friday Romancelanders….
Yay, like usual, every Friday I’m gonna pick a book for Friday’s Recommendation, a Meme held by Ren’s Little Corner. I would love to recommended a book from one of my favorite paranormal romance author, Christine Feehan.
Shadow Game (GhostWalkers #1)
By : Christine Feehan
The classified experiment is the brainchild of renowned scientist Peter Whitney and his brilliant daughter, Lily. Created to enhance the psychic abilities of an elite squadron, it can transform their natural mental powers into a unique military weapon. But something goes wrong. In the isolated underground labs, the men have been dying-victims of bizarre accidents. Captain Ryland Miller knows he is next. When Dr. Whitney himself is murdered, Ryland has only one person left to trust: the beautiful Lily. Possessed of an uncanny sixth sense herself, Lily shares Ryland’s every new fear, every betrayal, every growing suspicion, and every passionate beat of the heart. Together, they will be drawn deeper into the labyrinth of her father’s past and closer to a secret that someone would kill to keep hidden.
I love Christine Feehan, she’s a great writer who create amazing imaginary world of paranormal realm. This series – The GhostWalkers – not as famous as her Dark series, but I prefer this one because this series fall under science fiction genre. Yup, this paranormal romance book, also have science theme, with great suspense and off course enough sensuality to make you squirm in your seat 😀
Ryland….He is my perfect hero: alpha man, with protective streak but not too overbearing, and not afraid to love the heroine. Once he find the right woman, there’s no turning back. Simply droolworthy.
The plot was one reason I love this book. The science background make it close to reality. I loved all the scientific “mumbo jumbo” even though I couldn’t understand all of it. The suspense/action elements are easily as strong as the romance, and it satisfied me fully.
Christine Feehan books definitely weren’t a quick read. It was little a little slow in the beginning, she tend to dragged the reader by her very descriptive words. But it could immerse me deep in the story.