Sunday, November 11, 2012

Review: Dangerous Games by Keri Arthur

Dangerous Games (Riley Jensen Guardian #4) by Keri Arthur
Publication Date: March 27, 2007
Publisher: Dell
Number of Pages: 384
Format: Paperback
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Description: In Melbourne’s urban underworld, there’s a nightclub for every fantasy and desire. But for Riley Jenson, one such club has become an obsession. Riley, a rare hybrid of vampire and werewolf, hasn’t come in pursuit of pleasure but of an unknown killer who’s been using the steamy nightspot as his hunting grounds.

Leave it to Riley to find the only ticket into the heavily guarded club: Jin, a deliciously hot-bodied bartender who might just provide the key to unmasking a killer unlike any other in the Directorate’s experience. Taunted by a former colleague turned rogue, distracted by an ex-lover’s attentions, Riley follows Jin into a realm of pleasure she could never have imagined. And as danger and passion ignite, a shocking mystery begins to unravel—one where Riley herself becomes the ultimate object of desire....
 I've been slacking off on my reviews, and since I read this book a good month ago this will more than likely be a short review. I'm amazed how much I'm loving the series with each book, considering I wasn't impressed by the first book. I'm so glad I didn't write the series off after that one.

Riley and Rhoan is following a new vampire that they believe is responsible for a string of murders. Which also leads them to Gunther, the rogue vampire who wants to kill Riley. Gunter gets away, after Riley decided it was more important to try to save a child's life than kill Gunter. But not before Gunter challenge them to a game.

And of course the case Quinn is following ends up being linked to Riley's. Which I still say I hate him. I think he's an ass to Riley. He wants her to change who she is, and will never understand her. I do loved the ending of the book and help he stays away for a while.

Overall it was a great book.

Rating: 4/5

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