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Secrets are every where

Kinncaid Brothers Book 4: Deadly Games by Jaycee Clark

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Also by Jaycee Clark:

Talons, January 2007
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Ghost Cats II, May 2006
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Deadly Obsession, August 2005
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Kinncaid Brothers Book 4: Deadly Games, November 2004
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Ghost Cats, October 2004
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Kinncaid Brothers Book 3: Deadly Obsession, August 2004
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Kinncaid Brothers Book 2: Deadly Ties, July 2004
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Kinncaid Brothers Book 2: Deadly Ties, June 2004
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Kinncaid Brothers Book 1: Deadly Shadows, April 2004
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Kinncaid Brothers Book 4: Deadly Games
Jaycee Clark

Kinncaid Brothers #4
New Concepts Publishing
November 2004
Featuring: Ian Kinncaid; Rori Maitland
ISBN: 1586085808
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Romance | Romance Suspense | Romance Contemporary

The stakes are higher ... the risks are steeper ... the chances more fatal....

Rori Maitland has lived her life the way she’s wanted it. After retiring from MI6, she’s her own woman, few friends, no husband and that is the way she bloody well prefers it. After all, her job is hardly normal.

Ian Kinncaid, master of disguise, has been estranged from his family for well over a decade. With his deep cover blown, he now needs a safe place to put the little girl he saved from the Prague underground. But the shadows cloak enemies and trust comes at too high a cost.

When Rori’s latest mark goes awry and she finds herself helping the intense man--instead of killing him--she’s thrown into a world she'd hoped to leave behind. Now Ian and Rori must work together before someone marks them both for death and kills everyone they both hold dear.

Rating: Contains violence and graphic sexual content.

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2 comments posted.

Re: Kinncaid Brothers Book 4: Deadly Games

Since all skills are available to each player, if you want, you can very
quickly change your role in the team or choose a different tactic when
going alone. To activate the increase in damage when sitting behind a
shelter or throw a turret into the crowd? Generate an impulse marking
the enemies or choose a field clinic and take on the role of a "healer"?
There are also homing mines, ballistic shields, Velcro bombs - there is
a big choice, and there are only two cells, so switching skills is often
necessary, especially at high levels of complexity.
(Daimond Salvadore 11:51am May 20, 2018)

No one forces to go through the mission alone, because before the
beginning of each of them there is an opportunity to select players into
the team. It works without complaints, and the companions are very
fast. Themselves the same tasks do not shine with originality - either
kill opponents, or take something somewhere, or click on the buttons
and shoot back the waves of enemies. But the locations are always
different: here the player is at the power station, here goes down into
the subway, here he visits the central station, and then the Russian
consulate. Due to the constant change of scenery and great attention
to detail, there is no need to get bored.
(
Daimond Salvadore 11:52am May 20, 2018)

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