A Game of Chance Mass Market Paperback – 1 Sep 2002
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Includes the stories "A game of chance" and "Almost forever". Linda Howard is a New York Times best selling author of romance/ suspense books. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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It filled in the gaps as to Chance's history, and it was believeable - Chance was never going to fall for Ms Ordinary. Sunny was a fantastic heroine - strong, passionate, and had already proved herself more than capable of looking after herself. A more than suitable match for Chance.
I will miss the Mackensie's - I reread them every so often to remind myself that such stories can be written - and I salute you Ms Howard - I am a lifelong fan and am now the proud owner of all your books. I would love to read Nick's story, but perhaps that is for the future. For now, I return to Chance and Sunny one more time, and the opportunity to see how some of the 'older' characters have got on since last we met.
Once again I thank you for giving your fans what they craved - another book to treasure.
He arranges it so she is nearly robbed in an airport. She is a courier and she missed her flight because of it, just as Chase intends. When she says she has to get her case to San Francisco ASAP, Chase offers to fly her there. Once they are out a ways, Chase fakes fuel pump trouble and sets down in a secluded canyon, with Zane on their trail keeping an eye on them. The whole purpose of this is to get Sunny to depend upon Chase, get her to trust him. They spend nearly ten days with Sunny thinking they are fighting to survive. Only, once Chance learns there is another sister and that Sunny is not in league with her father, he let's them be "rescued", just to use Sunny as bait. He leaks her whereabouts knowing the FBI mole will give the information away.
Chase is just a wee bit non-caring about using Sunny in the beginning. And the fact she has fallen in love with him does not make him blink at using her as bait. The depth that is usually there in Howard's characters is just missing from this tale. It's all very predictable, with the mole tossed in at the last minute, so there is no mystery.
Rather disappointing, considering the powerhouse Howard always is.Read more ›
The story about Chance the adopted son of Mary and Wolf McKenzie and how he fell in love with Sunny his target and pawn to catch her father a terrorist was really good.
You also caught up with his brother Zane and his family especially Danni, his daughter who keeps them on their toes.
This was a good story to finish the series.
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This was one of the best books I have reverted read. Hope there is. Or like this one. Fantastic readPublished on 20 April 2014 by Amazon Customer
This book is... brilliant. I enjoyed this one above all the others. I was sad it ended. I don't really have anything negative to say. All I can say is go read it!!! Read morePublished on 25 Jun. 2012 by BFMrs