Sunday, June 23, 2013

RS Review: Now You Die (Bullet Catchers) [Mass Market Paperback]

I've finished "Now You Die" the 6th book in her Bullet Catcher series by Roxanne St. Claire.

Product Description

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 realizes she's being used for her connections, and she intends to use Jack Culver right back. She's determined to see justice served, even if that means partnering with the man who once found his way past her iron shields. This time, she'll be strong enough to avoid Jack's persuasive touch.

But when passion flares, and they become the killer's target, Lucy and Jack don't just break some rules -- they shatter them. And that means risking everything: their jobs, their hearts and their lives.

Product Details
Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Pocket Star; Reprint edition (May 26, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1439149488
ISBN-13: 978-1439149485

My Review:

"Now You Die" is the last book in this trilogy series with "First You Run" and "Then You Hide" that follows a 30 year span with the Bullet Catchers tracking triplet sisters adopted in the black market.  The birth mother was involved with an influential politician who is the father.

Then she is arrested for murder she has not committed.  He has power and has connections that helps him convict an innocent women.  Jack Culver needs Lucy Sharpe's connections to help prove her innocence.  Lucy doesn't think much of Jack and thinks he's scum of the earth until he proves himself worthy.

This book had high-octane action, sexual tension and a well written complicated storyline.


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