Samurai Game, Paperback
4 out of 5 (1 rating)


In an underground club, a high-ranking public official spends his secret nights indulging in fantasies as exciting as they are depraved.

For a seductive employee of the Dungeon, it's her job to fulfill them.

But she's playing a far more dangerous game - one of blackmail, politics and murder that reaches into the shadow world of the GhostWalkers, and the creation of a spectacular, one-of-a-kind new weapon of defense. But when a dictator makes his own catastrophic moves, the GhostWalkers have no choice but to bring in two major players - a man and woman both driven by passion and revenge.

Both expendable. Both with nothing left to lose.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9780749957520



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Now I've had my ups and downs with Christine Feehan, her Dark whatever series makes me cranky but I like this series. This is one of the best of this series that I have read.Sam Johnson is a smart guy, multiple degrees and a talented soldier his paranormal abilities make him good at infiltration and taking out soldiers. When he meets Azami "Thorn" Yoshiie he's smitten and he finds a worthy partner in her, if they both can stay alive. Both of them are orphans, both were found by caring people who did their best but both have to deal with their pasts and with various issues. Whitley is their target and Azami's not sure if she can trust Sam because he trusts the daughter of the man who tortured her.Azami is a great character and while she bends for the relationship, she's still her own person. Sam was also a lot of fun. The ending felt a bit rushed but overall this story kept me interested. The push and pull of the romance was fun to watch and the characters entertained me.

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