He took her innocence. He broke her heart. He's the only one who can save her life...
Evie Baker hasn’t seen Matt Girard in ten years. Not since the night she gave him her virginity. Now the Black Ops soldier is back in town and looking to make things right. Too bad she doesn’t believe a word he says. But when her sister goes missing and Evie’s suddenly a suspect in a murder, Matt’s the only man she can trust to keep her safe.
Matt knew Evie wanted forever ten years ago, but all he wanted was escape. He’s older and wiser now, and he knows what matters. He’ll do whatever it takes—break any rules necessary—to protect Evie and find her sister.
And then he’ll do everything he can to win his best friend’s heart and prove he’s the man she needs him to be.
The Hostile Operations Team is a covert military Black Ops unit. Their motto is Where None Dare. H.O.T. operators come from all branches of the military. The only criteria for membership: they must be the best of the best!
**Start reading HOT today and enjoy an action-packed, seriously romantic and steamy-good-fun military romantic suspense. Each book can be read as a standalone (though you might enjoy them in order). No cliffhangers and a guaranteed happily-ever-after ending!
"...one of those must read black ops series that is as good as Maya Banks & Cindy Gerard!" -- Just Plain Sassy
"Seriously is there a hotter series out there in this genre? Because if there is, I don't know about it. I have loved these books from book 1 and they are only getting better and better not to mention hotter!!!" -- Goodreads
"...grab this book if you love romantic suspense with tough heroes and females who grow to be their equals in every way." -- Ms. Romantic Reads
"...a brilliant start to what is sure to be a fantastic new series." -- Tome Tender Book Reviews
"I loved this book. It had lots of action and a bit of mystery to it." -- Toots Book Reviews
"This is an amazing display of great story telling." -- The Romance Book Club
"This was the first book I have read from Lynn Raye Harris and I was pleasantly surprised by what she brought to the table." -- Book Whisperer
"Readers who love military-style action romances like Roxanne St Claire's Bullet Catchers, Marliss Melton's Navy SEALs, or Amy J Fetcher's Dragon One will love having an intense new series to read." -- Romantic Reads and Such
"I can't wait to see what is next in the HOT world." -- The Romance Book Club
"This book has it all...action, intrigue, heat, banter and tons of depth." -- Riverina Romantics Blog
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Great New Romantic Suspense Series
Hot Pursuit is the first in the HOT series and focuses on a team of top secret special ops force within the army. This book features the love story of the Captain Matt Girard and his childhood friend, Evie. When Evie's sister is kidnapped by an infamous mobster, Matt helps Evie in her search. Even though Matt broke Evie's heart ten years, ago, she discovers that Matt is a different man, one that she might be able to fall in love with. Every scene is filled with action, drama, and suspense that kept me eagerly turning the pages to see what will happen next. I am now a fan of this series and look forward to the next HOT novel.
I just decided to reread the HOT series, and this second chance romance was just as good as I remembered. Matt and Evie have known each other since they were children. They had a serious falling out when they were teenagers (you can read all about it in the prequel; Reckless Heat) and it is now 10 years later. Matt is back in town for his sisters wedding and Evie is back in town after having her life turned upside down. With disappearances and bodies showing up in their small town they find themselves thrown together to figure out what is going on. Will old feelings resurface or will they find that they have changed to much over the years? Mystery and intrigue is in abundance in this book and I really enjoyed their story!
Excruciatingly drawn out
This story is drawn out to the point of absurdity. The characters are beyond annoying, especially “Evie” who has to be the epitome of codependency.