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Perfect Weapon

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  216 ratings  ·  14 reviews
Danger In Plain Sight
Stay alive. That's all Dr. Sydney Hale can think. In one terrifying minute, her life was turned upside down. Now, the cops think she's a murder suspect, the government wants her to come in, and somebody will do anything, including kill, to get the knowledge only she has. Alone, she'll never survive on the run. What she needs is a perfect weapon, and Ma...more
Trade Paperback, 352 pages
Published March 1st 2006 by Kensington (first published January 1st 2006)
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Oct 04, 2008 Eastofoz rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Readers who enjoy very little romance with their romantic suspense
Geeze I hated this book! It was slow, irritating, annoying, we’re talking prime wall-banger material here! It’s not that it’s poorly written because there is a lot of go-go-go action but it’s sooooo weak on the romance it shouldn’t be called “contemporary romance” something more like “fiction-suspense” would be more appropriate.

It starts out with this barrage of characters all at once (interchanging between first names and last names to add to the general confusion) which makes it hard to rememb...more
Yikes! What a tangled web of frustrating goodness. I won't bore you with rehashing the plot of the book...for that you can just read the blurb under the title. What I will say is that "Perfect Weapon" by Amy J. Fetzer takes you on a rollercoaster of a ride where half the time you can't tell the good guys from the bad. So if you're a black and white type of person, you'll hate this cuz there's all sorts of shades of gray. And in this case, the gray can get mighty confusing. I found that I had to...more
I was so disappointed with this. It didn't even feel like it was written by the same author and isn't a Dragon One book as I was ecpecting. I don't mind that except that it felt to me like Naked Truth was going to be the first in a new series so I was a little non-plussed by the totally unrelated storyline in Fetzer's 2nd offering. But never mind. Small matter. What did matter to me, though, was that the sexual chemistry between Jack and Sydney was non-existent. Not because there wasn't any sex...more
I was looking for a romance book with a Marine in it and this did not disappoint.

Sydney and Jack were honest, smart, assertive, funny, enjoyable characters. I re-read some of it a number of times. The sex scenes were hot. The dialog between the characters fun and funny. At one point Jack (a Marine) admits he hasn't had sex in a very long time. WOW -- what a difference than most romance novels where the man has had sex with anything that moves. There's one part where Syd chooses to stay with Jac...more
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Would make a great movie.
Mar 19, 2008 Stacie added it
This is about a woman who is very smart scientist. She works in a top secret lab with chemicals. One day she takes an unauthorized break and when she comes back terrorist are killing everyone in the lab. She starts to run and comes across a marine who is on leave. He is hunting in the woods with his friends. His friends are killed by the terrorist. The two main characters go on the run trying to decide who is the enemy and who can they trust.
Bill McCartney
An interesting book, if you like to be continually reminded of the strained interfaces among the various American Government, Security and Military departments. The narrative includes several graphic sex scenes that are extremely robust and steamy, to the extent that I can’t help but wonder if they are based on the author’s personal experience - or perhaps more likely to be contained in her fantasy wish list ;)
Fay Ann Hollcroft
OUTSTANDING!! AMAZING! I just can't say enough good things. It was a very WONDERFUL reading experience! This book is definitely a keeper for me! ;-D
A fast read. This book keeps you right into the action from the start to the finish of the book. Excellent action-packed-romance.
Dec 24, 2007 Kathrynn rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Romantic Suspense Readers
I enjoyed this romantic suspense. It was well written and very entertaining. Thank you!
Only 1/4 way in (need more time to read), but so far I really like it.
This one I liked. The storyline flowed well.
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