Saturday, April 30, 2011

Get Lucky (The Bounty Hunters) [Mass Market Paperback]

I've finished "Get Lucky" the 2nd book in her Bounty Hunters series by Lorie O'Clare.

From the Back Cover

In the high-risk game of bounty-hunting, one man will raise the stakes — and turn up the heat — higher than ever…

Checking into a Colorado ski lodge for some serious downtime, bounty hunter Marc King wants nothing more than to cool off and chill out. But then he meets London Brooke. She’s one of the hottest women Marc’s ever met, and the sparks between them could melt the Rockies. But this beautiful, intelligent, and beguiling stranger is hiding a secret from Marc that could get them both killed…


London knows she can trust a man like Marc. But how can she tell him about the mysterious package she receives — and the photos that threaten to expose her past? With time running out, London has no choice but to draw Marc into a dangerous world of blackmail and revenge. As a professional, Marc can’t refuse her. As a man, he can’t resist her. But the deeper he falls, the deadlier the game. And if he doesn’t play his cards right, he could lose London forever…

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; First Edition edition (March 29, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9780312372163
ISBN-13: 978-0312372163

My Review:


Her parents were always on the run after completing a scheme so London Brooke grew up in chaos. So her  reaction to her living out of a suitcase childhood is stability in one place. Thus she works at the Elk Ski Lodge in Aspen, Colorado.

Bounty hunter Marc King arrives at the Ski Lodge for some needed respite. He and London are attracted to one another when they first meet at the front desk. They begin a tryst, but soon afterward each receives packages from a stranger observing both of them. The pair shares what they know including her family's occupation as they fear their families may be in peril from an unknown dangerous adversary, whose motive is unclear to them.

The book is very fast paced since the first time Marc and London meet till the last page of the book!

I thought "The Game" the bad guys are playing is kind of strange and very unreal and unbelievable!


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