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The BOSS, Inc. bounty hunter always gets his man—and woman. “Plenty of sexual chemistry and danger” from the New York Times bestselling author (Fresh Fiction).
M. Cassidy—Luke Brodie had heard the name before, some novice bounty hunter working Seattle, catching tricky skips with more success than a newcomer should expect. But the dark curls, sparkly top, and impressive cleavage were not what Brodie had pictured.
Emma Cassidy is tough and smart and sexy as hell. She’s also popping up a step ahead of him every time he’s close to the capture he wants most . . . and there’s no room for learning on the trail of this monster.
Emma has idolized Luke Brodie, the bounty hunter who can bring anyone in. The big man in the soft shoes, with a face like a fallen angel and a reputation for breaking hearts. Watching him in action is intoxicating. But her fight with Rudy Vance is fiercely personal. If he gets too close, Brodie will find out just how ferocious she can be . . .
Praise for Kat Martin
“Kat Martin is a fast gun when it comes to storytelling, and I love her books.”—Linda Lael Miller, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“Martin is a terrific storyteller.”—Booklist
“She dishes up romantic suspense, sizzling sex and international intrigue.”—RT Book Reviews
“[A] master of suspenseful romance . . . Martin doesn't hold back on the page-turning thrills or steamy love scenes.”—Publishers Weekly
The uninspired third (after Into the Whirlwind) in bestseller Martin's uneven romantic thriller series about Brodie Operations Security Services (BOSS) Inc. focuses on professional bounty hunters Luke Brodie and Emma Cassidy. The Seattle duo team up professionally in search of bail skip Rudolph Vance, whose crimes include raping Emma's niece and murdering a friend of her family. He's also a significant player in the Pacific Northwest crime scene, with links to human trafficking, an FBI informant, and the Yakuza. Luke is notoriously uninterested in committed relationships, as Emma is aware and as she is continually reminded by his peers, even as they marvel at his unprecedented partnership with her. Limited gender roles and an uneasy mix of genres make this a negligible contribution to the series.)