On the trail of a vicious criminal, agent Chance Mackenzie found the perfect bait for his trap: Sunny Miller. So Chance made himself the only man she could trust—and then arranged for her long-missing father to find out about them.
What Chance hadn't foreseen was that Sunny had reasons of her own for hiding from her father—and now Chance's deception had brought them both one step closer to the end of everything they held dear….
A Game of Chance.
The Mackenzies series is great. The narrator is believeable and smooth. The stortyline is good . All the Mackenzies men are awesome. You want the story to continue, more, more of Chance and his beautifull mind and love play.
After listening to great books by Linda Howard like "After the Night" and "Shades of Twilight", this was a real turkey in comparison. I expected so much more from her. I was ok with the first MacKenzie book, but it wasn’t great (particularly because the narrator was so bad), but this one was really bad. Again, the narrator wasn’t so good here either, though a good narrator couldn’t have saved this story. I would definitely recommend Linda Howard for most of her novels, but stay away from any of the MacKenzie series. Unless you want to read about unlikable characters that are so shallow you could step in puddles deeper than them, then by all means, knock yourself out.
love mackenzie's family
i'd enjoy all the mackenzie's books