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Hot Pursuit Hot Pursuit Hot Pursuit (SEAL and Code Name #4)

3.9 of 5 stars 3.90  ·  rating details  ·  630 ratings  ·  30 reviews
He's hot. He's tough. He's dangerous...
Bestselling suspense writer Taylor O'Toole has a huge problem--almost overnight, her quiet, humdrum life is starting to resemble one of her novels. Who knew that a little unofficial surveillance for a friend would backfire--throwing her into the crosshairs of a stalker? And why does her sexy new neighbor alwaysseem to turn up when th
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Published February 4th 2003 by Random House Publishing Group (first published January 1st 2003)
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The 4 stars is given grudgingly. This book has a lot of the same technical problems that #3, My Spy had. It is choppy, disjointed, time sequences don't jive and a whole lot of other issues that distract from what is a fairly good plot. The angst level is also on the high side with a heroine, Taylor, who is just a piece of work and no one can tell her what to do, even if they are just trying to protect her. As a reader, from the beginning, you just know that Candice is no good, but Taylor just ca ...more
I got this in audio format, so i felt compelled to finish it despite it not really capturing my interest after the first hour or so. Plus I did like Taylor (except when she was inanely difficult to those trying to help keep her alive... sheesh! grab a brain girl!). I never did warm up to Jack. Sure, he's supposed to be 'hot' but he's not 'warm' if you know what I mean. Total cold fish even if he does look nice in a tux. Plus the author tries to make the characters too realistic in their relation ...more
Christie P.
Apr 14, 2015 Christie P. rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Taylor O'Toole's life has gone from trying to make her book deadlines to trying not to end up dead. She doesn't know what she's done to piss someone off but it seems more and more like someone wants to make sure she never has the chance to publish any more books. Good thing her new next door neighbor is more than meets the eye.

Jack Broussard has been assigned the duty of keeping an eye on Taylor. He doesn't expect her to come barging in to his "apartment" to complain about the noise, nor does he
This is another book in the series by Christina Skye. I really enjoyed the excitement in this book and the way it kept you on your toes trying to figure out what exactly was going on. Taylor O'Toole was a famous writer of suspense and romance. She had quite a following who were just waiting for the next book to come out and her deadline was approaching. Unfortunately, a friend asked her for a favor and then her whole life turned upside down and she lost control. Good looking SEAL Jack Brousssard ...more
Tremont G
I have to agree with another's review, Taylor's attitude became very irritating about halfway through. Also, too many over the top characters, too much senseless banter & not enough action. I skipped most of the dumb conversations (including the many Taylor had with herself!), just to get through this book.
4th in the SEAL/Code Name series.
Hot Pursuit follows up with Taylor O'Toole, sister to Annie from My Spy. She is a writer who doesn't like to follow the rules, but somehow she has gotten mixed up with some dangerous men without even knowing it. Her brother-in-law (Sam McKade from My Spy) has requested protection for her to make sure the trouble keeps away from her. Jack Broussard, Navy SEAL, masquerades as a civilian to try and keep her safe, but no matter what he does, trouble seems to follow
I hadn't read books from this series in a while. Christina Skye is an interesting writer though I usually like her paranormals better than her contemporaries. This was okay. Suspense writer Taylor O'Toole has just discovered that she was adopted and can't decide what to do about it. This seems to be a point about why she's in such emotional upheaval but doesn't really add anything to the story. The bigger problem of her life right now is that somebody seems to be trying to kill her. All she did ...more
Another great book by Christina Skye. This is # 4 in the Code Name/SEAL series. Taylor is a writer who gets pulled into a dangerous situation. Jack is a Navy SEAL who is sent to protect her. Her life is put into danger so many times it's amazing she makes it to the end of the book and Jack always is there to save the day. We met Taylor is book #3 with Annie who is the sister to Taylor.

Once again this book has all the action and romance Skye is known for. The scenes are riveting and it leaves yo
Yes, I know this one is at the library. No, I won't waste your time looking for it. However, I will give rise to a little sibling rivalry though. I know! I hate to do it, but it must be done. I'm afraid to say it's true, but the BNB opinion is that Taylor's story is so much better than Annie's. Taylor was so much more fiesty. BNB loves fiesty.

You still get the military tough guy. You still get the wit and humor that is Ms. Skye. You still get the romance. So you get all that you did with the la
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I'd really give this book about 2.5 stars because it started to drag a little for me. Just didn't seem to take a while to finish. The last chapter had me pretty feed up with Taylor and her attitude. Could have been about 70 something pages shorter. And what is with the obsession with the kids sneakers at the McCalls?
Timoty Cocjin
I really love Christina Skye's Code Name Series.. I can't get over with these HOT NAVY SEALS! I also love stubborn women like Taylor, it can make the story more interesting. These two main characters could not fight their own desires, too, even though they are in the middle of dangerous situation.
This is number 4 in the series. The story was solid, but there was a little to much sex detracting from the storyline. This story was darker than the others, but worth the read. Izzy makes another visit in this one, playing a key character role. See what else he can do.
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pretty good. this one was about Annie's sister, Taylor and her journey with her navy SEAL man, Jack. there were time when taylor did get on my mind because of her hard-head and stubborness. but she manage to stay on my good side.
The fourth book in Christina Skye's SEAL and Code Name series. My first by this author and I will be looking for more. It had most of the elements I enjoy in a novel and moved at a comfortable pace.
Just - The romance reader
This book has plenty of action and some really great characters. I struggled with getting into reading this one and not skipping around, but I blame that more on my mood at the time than on the book itself.
Fun, fast read. I like that Sam and Annie played a part in this book, and that we also saw TJ and Tess from the very first book. Hooray for Izzy being back as well!
Jane Baldwin
Took about 100 pages before it got interesting. Even then, it was predictable. But that's ok, I'm on painkillers and needed something mindless.
I feel like I just read Annie's story - so it was a pleasant surprise when I found Taylor's story! "Did you say your job was a carpenter?"
I thought this one was one of her best! Suspense, action, kept you wanting to know how it would turn out. Definitely a good one.
Actully a 3.5 star book. Overall I enjoyed it but it seemed a little long at times. Lots of action and romance.
Ruth Ellen

You gotta love a guy who has your best interest and life at heart. This is that type of book.
Chaitanya L. K.
It was just ok, the plot was loose and sometimes meaningless but the romance was good.
Kaye Gacho
my favorite out of all the Christina Skye books I've read...
All I can say is that I need to read about more SEALS!!
What a fun read with lots of suspense & some romance :)
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AKA Roberta Helmer

Roberta Helmer is an American writer of Chinese art and culture and as Christina Skye is a best-selling USA Today and Publishers Weekly writer of over 23 romance novels. Her romance book have been traslated into 8 languages.

Roberta Helmer was born in Dayton, Ohio, U.S.A., an is a descendant of Revolutionary War hero Adam Helmer. She attended the University of Pennsylvania and ob
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Other Books in the Series

SEAL and Code Name (9 books)
  • 2000 Kisses (SEAL and Code Name, #1)
  • Going Overboard (SEAL and Code Name, #2)
  • My Spy (SEAL and Code Name, #3)
  • Code Name: Nanny (SEAL and Code Name, #5)
  • Code Name: Princess (SEAL and Code Name, #6)
  • Code Name: Baby (SEAL and Code Name, #7)
  • Code Name: Blondie (SEAL and Code Name, #8)
  • Code Name: Bikini (SEAL and Code Name, #9)
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