Saturday, December 26, 2015

: Yuletide Fugitive Threat (Bounty Hunters)

Title:  Yuletide Fugitive Threat (Bounty Hunters)
Author:  Sandra Robbins
Pages:  224
Year:  2015
Publisher:  Love Inspired Suspense
My rating is 5 stars.
Fugitive at Large and Fugitive Trackdown are the two previous books in the Bounty Hunters series.  The members of the Knight Agency are bounty hunters hired by various people to locate and capture those who have not returned to court after posting bail.  In Sandra’s third book, we meet a young woman who lost her husband a couple of months ago and is being harassed by a mysterious man who wants “it”.  However, Mia has no knowledge of what the dangerous man is referring to and her life is in danger.  When Mia is confronted by the mysterious man and a knife is placed at her throat, she is able to momentarily blind him giving her a chance to jump in her car and flee.
Mia is not sure who she can trust and is especially fearful since her husband abused her and kept her under his thumb through fear and manipulation.  So Mia shows up on the porch step of the one man she believes she can trust, but is also one man who will want nothing to do with her.  His name is Lucas and he works for the Knight Agency.
Lucas is used to danger, having served as a Navy SEAL before becoming part of the Knight Agency.  Lucas learns about her case and while she rests, he begins to see if there is a verified threat to her life.  When he learns there is, he is willing to help her but keeps her at a distance because he doesn’t want Mia to break his heart again.
Put your seatbelt on before starting the book because the heart-pumping action just doesn’t let up.  I have read the other novels in the Bounty Hunter series and highly recommend the books!

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