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  • ISBN 0739482297
  • ISBN13 978-0739482292
  • Language English
  • Author Keri Arthur
  • Publisher Dell Spectra; Book Club (BCE/BOMC) edition (2007)
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  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1168 kb
  • Size Fb2 1225 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 457

In Melbourne's urban underworld there's a nightclub for every fantasy and desire. But Riley Jenson hasn't come to a certain steamy nightspot for pleasure, but to find an unknown killer using the club as his hunting ground.

Part of Riley Jenson Guardian series by Keri Arthur. He might now consider me his mouse but he'd yet to try any of his games on me. But something told me that all that would change tonight. I grimaced and did my best to ignore the insight.

Part of Riley Jenson Guardian series by Keri Arthur. Clairvoyance might have been okay if it had come in a truly usable form - like clear glimpses of future scenes and happenings - but not, that was apparently asking too much of fate. Because Gautier is a killer. It makes no sense for him to draw us here, offer us this 'game,' then let us save the little girl. Who we hadn't actually saved yet. I shifted a little and glanced at my watch.

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Keri Arthur is the prizewinning author of over twenty novels, including the Ripple Creek Werewolf series, the . Dangerous Games is book four of the Riley Jensen, Guardian series by Keri Arthur

Keri Arthur is the prizewinning author of over twenty novels, including the Ripple Creek Werewolf series, the Spook Squad series, the Damask Circle series, and the Riley Jenson Guardian series. Angela Dawe's work includes film, television, theater, and improvisational comedy, as well as audiobook narration. Dangerous Games is book four of the Riley Jensen, Guardian series by Keri Arthur. Now the clones are out of the way and Riley is a full fledged guardian, she's been assigned a demon related case where she needs to make friends with the hot yet dangerous Jin, a man who's more than he seems.

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. I think this is her best book yet. She did tone down the se. ook one had alot more sex. now if this upsets you don't read. It is about werewolfs and their desires with every full moon. The only thing that i don't like is Riley seems to fogot that she is only half werewolf. So All the things she wish for are things that werewolfs would. I think if she look into her vampire side she could be very happy. Also what ever Quinn might have done to her.

Publisher: DELL, 2007. In Melbourne’s urban underworld, there’s a nightclub for every fantasy and desire. 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.

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Dangerous Games book. Mission-wise I think that Keri Arthur develops a strong plot

Dangerous Games book. Mission-wise I think that Keri Arthur develops a strong plot. After finding a series of women murdered and brutalized, Riley goes undercover yet again and meets a mysterious man, Jin. Jin is much more than he seems, however, and Riley must go deep into his BDSM world to discover the murderer.

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Arilak
I loved this book. Even the frustrating parts are fun. A few things finally finish for good in this book, while other things either are left open or are put on the back burner, so to speak. I love this genre and it's one of my favorites. I won't bore you with a plot summary as I know other reviewers are fond of doing that. This book is, just for anyone's information, a tiny bit more gruesome than the first three, but nothing most people can't handleif they read this genre anyway. A couple of things I'll never really be able to say I like, but they're rather minor except to Riley herself. I pull for Riley in every book so far and I really care about what happens to her as a character. She has a life she can't change and mostly hates even if some part of it calls to her at the very core of her being. She wrestles with life and her nature doing battle as time goes on in her job and interacting with the people around her. I believe it could be looked upon as a lesson. She has a life that you can't really say you wouldn't want to try for a while, but it's probably not a life most people would want if they couldn't get out of it. All of that, the way it's written, makes it a very enjoyable and titillating experience. I say that if you liked the first three books and this genre, you should give it a shot. I don't think you'll regret it. Have it it and enjoy it!
Gio
There aren't many things that make my stomach turn... lets face it...I'm a zombie junkie, my favorite movie is "28 Days Later", and I laugh at the gore that makes most grown men squirm like 5 year old girls, but there is (naturally) one thing that I just can't handle.

What is this 1 thing you ask? What has toppled the Princess of Puke? Sure... I'll tell you, it's rough sex, and "Dangerous Games" was full of it.

Normally I can look past the misguided intentions of an author's warped mind but this time I just couldn't ignore my inner voice. (It was loud... very loud...as in take-no-prisoners-shut-the-stupid-book-you-dope loud.) I wanted nothing more than to clip large unnecessary sections from this book and feed them (forcefully) to the editor that green checked them through.

Riley, in all her Dhampir, Directorate Guardian glory is at it again. Her nemesis, whom escaped in the finale of the previous book is on the hunt, and she is his target. While trudging on with her everyday duties of "bad-man" hunting, she finds herself trapped in a weird torture circle. Quinn is of course there, being as pouty as ever (due to Riley's inability to never follow directions) and as a result does the vampire hoodoo-voodoo on her and uses compulsion to force her skinny butt home. (Not such a good idea if you catch my drift) Lie after lie puts Riley in the most dangerous situation she has ever found herself...facing down a 3 headed dragon, the father of all evil, and ultimately making her question EVERYTHING about her current life path.

Fighting ensues and blood is spilled...but the most interesting development in the entire book came when everything was tied up, (little red ribbon style) This particular plot line WILL NOT be strung out into book 5 (not that I'm complaining) and in the end Riley has finally cut the cord to several of her misguided flirtations.

Could this be the end of the Riley we have all grown to (reluctantly) adore? Where will this new found need to settle down leave our smart ass, vampire killing heroine? I am baffled yet intrigued. Which I guess for the author...is the whole point.

There were cute new shifter detectives, a sorceress sister, body entrapment, a new PA who is lovingly referred to as the Caramel Cow, an underground fight scene that had my brain short circuiting, several beheadings, and 1 very pissed of twin brother.

All in all I guess it was ok... if you take out the stocks and whips the OVERALL plot was actually intriguing and the "girly" lines were well written. I guess "Keri Arthur" can't win them all...or at least not for me.

Happy reading my fellow Dhampirs and remember: you didn't really need that finger... it was just there for decoration.
Globus
Dangerous Games is book four of the Riley Jensen, Guardian series by Keri Arthur.

Now the clones are out of the way and Riley is a full fledged guardian, she's been assigned a demon related case where she needs to make friends with the hot yet dangerous Jin, a man who's more than he seems. Finding out more about Quinn's past, and his ideas of their relationship, aren't going to help her stay calm.

Riley has got to decide how far she's willing to go to fulfill her oaths as a guardian, and how much of herself she can give to justice. Plus, there's a bunch of crap from her past all coming together at once.

Riley has grown a lot over the course of this series. She's a deeper, more complex character. She's got desires and she'll fight for them. And at the end, her dream are important enough to her to make the hard choices.
energy breath
She came kicking and screaming the whole way, and as far as I can see she still is. It's why you love the main character, Riley. She doesn't always do what she's told but that doesn't stop her from caring and protecting for those in her life. In this great addition to the Guardian Series, Riley is officially doing Directorate work as a Guardian. She's not typical since she's not a vampire and works on the day division, but that doesn't mean the villains are any less dangerous. She has to balance her two main lovers and learn things she didn't even know existed. Gautier and Jin give Riley a run for her money to make sure she is at the top of her game. This mystery unravels with plenty of danger and passion as this Melbourne world expands.

This book dove deeper into a world of lust and desire for an edgier crowd. I have been hooked on this series of books since the first one. Although this book was slightly different than I had expected, the read was still enticing and attention grabbing. I was deffinitely looking forward to the story line and knowing the outcomes yet again. Great book!
Sarin
Riley is still fighting who she will become and who she will love but the world is unsettled and so is her love life, hopefully she can get her head on straight and figure out who she really is for the rest of us. Would have liked the ending better if she hadn't had to get there on her own once again. Big brother really needs to stepup his game.