Denver journalist Natalie Benoit and Deputy U.S. Marshal Zach McBride find themselves captives of a bloodthirsty Mexican drug cartel. Working together, they escape through the desert toward the border, the attraction between them flaring hotter than the Sonoran sun. They fight to stay ahead of the danger that hunts them as forces more powerful than they can imagine conspire to destroy them both....
©2011 Pamela Clare (P)2012 Tantor
"Complex characterizations and a fast-paced plot filled with sensual romance and mystery make this a highly enjoyable... for newcomers and series fans alike." (Publishers Weekly)
Make no mistake between my personality and my attitude. My personality is who I am, my attitude depends on who you are.........
Many times when there is a series that you fall in love with at the first book, you don't expect them to keep the momentum. As listening to them (FABULOUS NARRATOR), I considered Book 3 as being my favorite!!!!! UNTIL THIS ONE!!! Holy Baby Jesus Miss Clare.......bravo on this book! I was gripped from the beginning and sleep deprived until the end!
I felt all the emotions which was from the clever writing and the delivery of the narrator. Passion, anxiety, heartache, fear and love; I cried and laughed!!
Can I just say May 2013 is TOOOOOOOOOO long for the next!!
Audible addicted love mystery,lately stuck on love story. Mother of 1 Labrador and 1 perfect man. Work way too hard, and so ready to be retired
Well worth any cost started off hopeless but soon became a race for survival lady hero are always great story with strong sexy men. I listen to the whole book at once could not wait.pamela the writer did a awesome job and Lordy Lordy Kaleo is my new best male narrator I've begun to listen to the series again in order.5 stars
I read this book a while ago, and decided to give the audio a try. Since then, I've listened to two other I-Team books. This one so far is my favorite, in that it is a bit different from the other two, but not by much.They are very formulaic, and only the character's names seem to change. The heroine's life is threatened because of a story she's following, she goes off into hiding/protective custody with hero to protect her, they repeatedly have sex during this time without any commitment (only physical attraction), heroine's life is in mortal danger from the bad guy, hero comes to save the day. Hero has major commitment issues for various reasons, and doesn't admit his love for the heroine until the end, keeps pushing her away even after she tells him she loves him, yet she continues to have sex with him. Oh, and there's always the "am I pregnant?" question hanging in the air.
Lots of strong language, and many graphic sex scenes. A huge turn-off for me is when the F word is used between a couple when they are supposed to have feelings for each other. It just sort of demeans the act. Call me old-fashioned (but not old)
What I like about Ms Clare's books is that she obviously puts in a lot of time researching her subject material, and that makes the stories interesting to me. What I don't like so much is that there is way too much character introspection, which overlaps with the narration. The books could be a lot shorter without all the repetition.
Kaleo Griffith did an excellent job bringing these characters to life, giving each a distinct voice.
Captivating story with credible backdrop of journalist and U.S. law enforcement investigating Mexican drug cartels, human trafficking, etc. Reintroduces characters from prior books in the series, but could be read as stand-alone. Narrator great with male voices but not so with female voices. Romance is tender; sex is hot; friendships touching; violence a bit graphic at times. Recommend you read the whole series, but if you decide to read just one--pick this one.
I love the whole series. I too can't wait for the next book.
I have listen to all the books and they all are just wonderful. Each story is great so I don't have a favorite. In one year I will listen to them all again.
Laugh yes, Cry some what
I want to tell everyone about this writer she almost as good as Nora Roberts. One more thing, Please don't let anyone else Narrate these book but Kaleo Griffieth, he as good as the writer. I love these books. want more!!!
this is the second time I've read this book. The first time I've read it as an audio book. Kaleo really brought it to life. It is definitely my favorite of all of the I team books.
Kaleo Griffith is a new favorite narrator. He narrates in such a way that you can tell when the characters are thinking as well as talking, and his voices are nicely done. This story was fast paced and had a lot of action (both kinds...).
I enjoyed this story right up until the end - tiny spoiler here, but not for the plot - where the female character seemed to go from being an independent, driven, curious journalist to a stay-at-home mom in the blink of an eye. This struck me as odd and out of character, and even more odd because all her female friends at the paper still seem to work there even after starting families.
More of these books please...as fast as you can!!! Oh, and please the same narrator!!!! Makes a big difference.
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