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Run Wild (The Bounty Hunters #4)

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Run Wild

Lorie O'Clare

Hot on the trail of a cold-blooded killer, a small-town sheriff risks his life--and his heart--with one sexy partner…

Raised in a family of professional bounty hunters, Natasha King knows the dangers of tracking down fugitives--especially when they're wanted for murder. But this is no ordinary mission. This time, it's personal. The suspect is her own lo
Paperback, 352 pages
Published March 27th 2012 by St. Martin's Paperbacks (first published March 1st 2012)
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So unlike WANTED:UNDEAD OR ALIVE, I went into reading RUN WILD with a negative outlook and was correct. I’m not sure there was one part of this story that I truly enjoyed.

I hated the relationship the most for one. Both Natasha King and Sheriff Trent Oakley both have dominating personalities and both want to dominate a given situation. Although Trent admits to his feelings first, he still fights to break down her wall and make her give in to him. He continually keeps her out of the loop and dema
Mary Gramlich
What are the rules for this game we are playing?

Natasha King is great at the details of being a bounty hunter and can work the case as proficiently as the rest of her family. She knows to do the job and not get personally involved, which keeps your head clear of distractions. When the case becomes her father, who has been accused of murder there is nothing but emotional attachment involved. He may have been a parent that was out of her life more than in but he is her family and she will find out
Romancing the Book
Reviewed by Marissa
Book provided by the publisher for review
Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

Run Wild is the fourth installment in the Bounty Hunters series, and WOW! I have really missed something in not reading the first three books. Don’t get me wrong – this story stands on its own very well. But I can’t help but wonder what all I missed in the first three books. Believe me, I’ll be finding out!

For me, this book was also a breath of fresh air. I’ve read some real stinkers lately
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I had only read O’Clare once before, and after seeing the cover and reading the blurb, I knew I would have to pick up this book as well. What’s not to love about small towns, a sexy Sheriff, and a daughter who will go to any lengths to protect the father that was never around?

While I hadn’t read any of the Bounty Hunter books before this one, I was able to easily slide into the world and navigate my way through without any ki
D.N.F. The poor description was one thing ("unique" twice in one sentence? that's just lazy), but about halfway through I had to give up on the "I'm not a sexist" alpha lead (I REFUSE to call him a hero). I'm sorry, but attitudes like "putting her underneath me, where she belonged," and wanting to "tame her" like a "high-trotting filly"-- that's not "creating that world of trust." That's plain old male dominance, and I don't find it the slightest bit sexy. (Not to mention-- a sheriff *bugging* a ...more
Sharon Kurtz
I really enjoyed this book and read it in two days, unlike the previous three in this series. Natasha King travels to northern California to help her reprobate father who has been accused of a heinous murder. There she meets the sheriff, Trent Oakley. While trying to find her father and solve the murder there is plenty of passion, suspense and action between the heroine and those responsible for the murder. Great story from start to finish.
another book in the KFA series, this time starring the niece of the owner, natasha, who is trying to find out how her estranged father is involved in a gruesome murder, and the hero, who is the sheriff of the town where the murder occurred. 2 stubborn, strong people who both think they are right learn to work, and love, together, after going through a set of hurdles
Another great read by Lorie O'Clare. I am so glad I stumbled on her; I haven't read one book by her that I didn't like. Natasha was great though I have to admit, Trent was a bit "me big bad man, you little woman" for my taste, but he did redeem himself in the end.
Lorie Glowania
Natasha and Trent meet under a family member suspicion of murder only to find a mutual attraction finds its way into the plan. They not only need to solve a crime but learn to trust each other
I have been waiting to read Natasha's book and I really enjoyed it. She and Trent made a great pair and coupled with the murder/mystery it made for a great story all around.
I had a hard time accepting that the sheriff investigating a murder would let the murder suspect's daughter assist him with the investigation.
I'm still not sold on the idea of two control freaks getting together but...hey, variety makes the spice of life, right?
Elizabet Luna
Awesome climax!!! I actually thought Natasha was going to die and Trent weouldn't get to her in time. Luckily he did.
Charmaine Semple
It was okay. I found Trent's dominant qualities way way hot.
Glenda Bettin
loved this series, can't wait for the next book
Not as good as the review about the book.
Love the Bounty Hunter Series!!!
Started too slow.
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Lorie O'Clare was born in 1965 in San Diego, CA. She's the oldest of three children and for the first part of her life traveled with her family, living in many Midwestern states, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana and finally Kansas. She graduated from high school in 1983 as a junior and began her college life at age 17. She received a double major in English
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