Review: Game of Fear by Robin Perini
Brilliant kids from all over the country are disappearing…but no one knows why. Until now.
In the cockpit, Search and Rescue pilot Deborah Lansing is in control: her flight, her rules. But after the suspicious disappearance of her supersmart younger sister, she knows this is one rescue mission she can’t fly solo. She needs help. She needs Gabe Montgomery.
An earth-shattering betrayal led former SWAT officer Gabe Montgomery to his current deep cover assignment. But he trusted Deb Lansing with his life once before and she’d pulled him through. Now it’s his turn to repay the feisty redhead…even if it threatens to blow his covert op.
As Deb and Gabe get closer to the answers—and closer to each other—their investigation reveals a startling pattern: gifted kids from all over the country are going missing after mastering the popular video game Point of Entry. And when bodies turn up, the new lovers will face a ruthless fiend known only as the Warden. Will they be able to find Deb’s sister, or will she vanish like so many others?
Another pulse-pounding Montgomery Justice novel proves that a Montgomery man always plays to win.
Game of Fear by Robin Perini
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
What a creepy concept. How many times have we watched our kids playing video games and using Team Speak or whatever voice communication goes with the console or computer? Now imagine there are some scary people monitoring every move and play and the very best eventually disappear. Even though this is a fiction book I could see this happening. What better way to find the smartest kids that can break code and conquer any situation thrown at them in a game and then use them for your own nefarious purposes.
The action moves ride along in this suspense that involves Gabe Montgomery (one of the 6 hunky Montgomery brothers this series is about) and Deb Lansing who is the sister of one of the kids gone missing.
This is the third book in the series and they are always fast paced and full of action with strong women as the heroines the hero’s fall for.
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