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Manhunt in the Wild West (Bear Claw Creek Crime Lab #4)

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There Was No Escaping the Killers on Their Trail...Or Their Forbidden Attraction

He said he hadn't wanted to take Chelsea Swan hostage. Jonah Fairfax claimed it was the only way he could keep her safe from the terrorist cell he'd infiltrated. Chelsea didn't trust his secretive past or his steely blue eyes. And she certainly didn't trust the edgy, vulnerable way Jonah made h

ebook, Harlequin Intrigue #1093, Bear Claw Creek Crime Lab #4, 212 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by Harlequin Intrigue (first published September 1st 2008)
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Janice (Janicu)
Chelsea Swann, medical examiner at Bear Creek gets kidnapped by escaping prisoners from nearby prison, ARX Supermax. The four escapees are 3 terrorists and undercover operator Jonah Fairfax. Jonah manages to keep Chelsea alive and both must work together to stop the terrorists from an evil plot.

Overall: Rather one dimensional bad guys (the leader was named Al-Jihad, which amused me), a hokey plot involving many law enforcement professionals not following procedure, and I didn't really buy the at
A little predictable, cookie cutter storyline that forced me to suspend belief a couple of times, but still enjoyable if you don’t take your romance reads too seriously.
Carol Storm
Fax me a better story -- and a hero who's not named Fax!

Hey, Abbot! Who's on first -- what's on second -- I dunno's on third. I dunno if mixing Terror and Romance is such a good idea! Who is the hero, anyway?

No, who's on first. Fax is the hero.


The hero!


No, the hero!
I received a review copy of this book from Tell Harlequin.
Mostly predictable but enjoyable.
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