Now You Die (Bullet Catcher #6)
Former Bullet Catcher and lone wolf investigator Jack Culver is on a mission. Thirty years ago, an innocent woman was convicted of murder. Jack believes he's found the real killer -- but to take down one of the highest legal authorities in the land, he needs access. Serious access. Unfortunately, the one person he knows with that kind of power is his ex-boss and ex-lover, ...more
Now You Die is the 6th book in the series and also the final in story of a trilogy that revolves around a story of a dying woman, Eileen Stafford, who has been in falsely imprisoned for 30 years for a murder she did not commit and who needs to find her ...more
This is just as much Jack and Lucy's p ...more
This is the last book in the mini-trilogy in the Bullet ...more
In order to right a decades old wrong, former Bullet Catcher Jack Culver joins forces with his once boss and lover, Lucy Sharpe. As the two close in on their powerful target, they must put aside pride and distrust or risk losing everything including their lives.
Series note: This is book #3 in the mini- trilogy within the Bullet Catchers series. Consequently, it is recommended that the books be read in order.
An intriguing mystery and interesting investigation with some good tw ...more
..........“Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds”..........
Finally, we get the back story on the head of the Bullet Catchers, the enigmatic, cool as ice, Lucy Sharpe and a conclusion to the trilogy within the series that began with First You Run, escalated with Then You Hide, and of course, wrapped with this exciting finish in Now You Die.
Jack Culver is a sexy rogue Bullet Catcher, and he and Lucy’s chemistry and attraction is dynamic and off the charts explosive. Their roman ...more
Higgie was a married attorney who had an affair with Eileen. As a result, she had triplet girls who were given up for adoption. Three years later Higgie had an affair with Wanda. He, Wanda and Eileen were in an alley when Wanda was shot, and Eileen drove away in fear. Someone planted a gun in her car and people on the take put her in jail for life. Twenty-four years later, H ...more
Another exciting action-packed addition to the series. Highly recommended!
Jack has pieced together most of Eileen's story and with the help of the tattoos on Miranda and Vanessa's necks (even though Vanessa's has been removed they can tell from the shape what it was) and Eileen's comments that "he" is all powerful, all-seeing etc, etc has determined that one of the US's highest ranked Judges is probably the girls' father.
Jack and Lucy clearly have some history although exactly what the history is not explained until later in the book. Dan ...more
My favourite in this series. I loved this book.
He’d almost lost her. And even though he’d never have her, he couldn’t live if she weren’t somewhere on the face of this earth.
I have been wanting to read Lucy’s book since the first book, and I was not disappointed. Learning about Lucy’s past and the reason for the singular white stripe in her all black hair was heartbreaking. She’s a woman who needs control over everything and anyone around her, and I loved how Jack broke down her defences a...more
Anyone who has read any of the Bullet Catchers books will have been waiting for Lucy’s story. Most of us didn’t think it would be with Jack but hey tha ...more
I enjoyed this one and it involved the director of the Bullet Catchers, Lucy Sharpe. Finally! This one answers qu ...more
However after the book got going (towards the middle) I actually started to enjoy it. There still wasn't enough trust between Lucy and Jake though.
Lucy Sharpe finally gets her book and we learn about her dark, secret ...more
Eileen has been in prison for 30 years for a murder she didn't commit. Jack Culver has been her "Angel" and has taken it upon himself to find her triplet daughters who were given up for black market adoption and to find the real killer. Jack was fired as a Bullet Catcher but Lucy has a soft spot for hi ...more
It seemed to me that there were a couple/few abrupt scene changes in this one, which made me go back a page to see whether I missed something or had pages stuck together. Overall, though, I was glad to get the boss's story: I've been wondering what made Lucy so controlling and insulated from her team, even though she worked 24/7.
Jack was a bit more of a revelation in this book, as well. ...more
I like his character and that he is so eager to not let Lucy in the paths she wants him too. I guess that's the reason why Lucy was so different than I imagined her to be. We learned throughout the books that Lucy is restrained, controlled ...more
Fortunately in a previous instalment (I think n°3 Take me tonight), I had learnt that Lucie was 38, and therefore probably 39 pushing 40 at the beginning of this one. Not as old as I thought each time I saw her with her always perfect and controlled look and behaviour. I liked that she's starting to loose her too-stuffy side, when having to deal with Jack.
Jack is not so easy to like at first, as we know he has a past of ...more
Endlich geht die Geschichte weiter und dieses Mal über Jack und Lucy. Ich war total gespannt was zwischen den beiden v ...more
Former Bullet Catcher and lone wolf investigator Jack Culver is on a mission. Thirty years ago, an innocent woman was convicted of murder. Jack believes he's found the real killer -- but to take down one of the highest legal authorities in the land, he needs access. Serious access. Unfortunately, the one person he knows with that kind of power is his ex-boss and ex-lover, the woman who still haunts his dreams.
Bullet Catchers owner Lucy Sharpe real ...more
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