I won't write a synopsis of the book, as several reviewers have done that already. I'll just give my thoughts and opinions about the book itself.
On the one hand, Predatory Game was a satisfying, steamy romance read. The personal interactions and relationship between the hero, Jess Calhoun, and the heroine, Saber Wynter, sizzled right off the page. I could definitely tell there was a huge attraction between the lead characters. The personal relationship was explored from both character's perspectives, in particular, I really enjoyed reading about the hero. Despite the hero's handicap, he was uber-yummy and Christine Feehan is on the top of her game when it comes to wonderful heroes with those alpha qualities such as possessiveness and wanting to protect his heroine. I, like the heroine in the story, didn't see the handicap and I felt it added to the personality of the hero and made him that much stronger as a character.
But, despite that, I felt the plot of the story was weak. It was hard to see there was such a menace and threat to Saber and Jess from the bad guys. The villain watching and stalking Saber, and the mysterious "someone(s)" that want Jess and what he's involved with in the GhostWalkers, just didn't come across as serious or real. For instance, I couldn't see how the mad doc Whitney's henchmen following Saber could be anything other than something to roll your eyes at. He didn't come across as someone who could harm Saber because he didn't really do anything in the story, so I'm not sure what his purpose was. It was all very vague and I got the sense that it was just added to the story-line to give some sort of tension and suspense, but it was lacking and seemed an afterthought by the author. I think the author could have gone further into detail into the bad guys' motives and goals.
Anyways, this is the 6th book in the GhostWalkers series and you don't need to read the prior books to read this one, although a few characters from previous books make cameo appearances in Predatory Game. This book would have gotten 2 stars for the weak plot and villains, but I enjoyed reading about the relationship between Jess and Saber and really enjoyed Jess as the hero, so I bumped up the rating to 3 stars. Predatory Game has the steamy scenes and wonderful heroes that Feehan is known for, but as for furthering the plot and story-arc of the series as a whole, it disappointed.