Hot Pursuit

Hot Pursuit

Paperback - 2011
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As team leader of the popular personal security company Troubleshooters Inc., Alyssa Locke is no stranger to dealing with danger. Her next assignment, though, is supposed to be a breeze: teach self-defense techniques to an assemblywoman and her chief of staff after a political controversy generates a blizzard of hate mail--including death threats. But then, while in New York City, Alyssa and her squad of moonlighting Navy SEALs discover a dead body. And then another one. While investigating a suspect, Alyssa is ambushed and finds herself imprisoned by the deranged serial killer she's been after for years: The Dentist. Cut off from everyone, Alyssa must call upon all of her strength and skill to survive this confrontation with the sadistic monster, meanwhile trusting that her Troubleshooter teammates--led by her husband, operative Sam Starrett--will reach her before it's too late.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine, 2011
ISBN: 9780345501585
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dgeorgia May 30, 2015

I couldn't get into this book. I made it about the first three to four chapters in and then returned the book. Some sexual content at the beginning and the story in the first few chapters didn't really me in. I get the feeling some of these characters pop up in past books of the author.

booklady1 Feb 25, 2014

Another winner!

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msandlier
Dec 22, 2012

I read the first 20 pages or so, but couldn't get into it. Took it back unfinished.

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vloveg
Jun 12, 2012

(5 stars)
Loved this book, despite Danny being one of the leads and getting the details about what The Dentist did and how he thought (serial killers freak me out). I was really prepared to dislike Danny, purely because of my love for Izzy, but he won me over a bit and his relationship with Jenkins makes a bit more sense now. Still, I'm glad that Jenn handled things at the end the way she did. I'm normally all about my tidy HEAs, but Brockmann handles the complexities of real relationships so deftly that I don't mind when tangles take a little longer to work out. I'm super bummed by the author note at the end, saying that the next novel is likely the last in the Troubleshooters series. That aside, the story was fast paced, with plenty of suspense and touching moments.

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vloveg
Jun 12, 2012

(5 stars)
Loved this book, despite Danny being one of the leads and getting the details about what The Dentist did and how he thought (serial killers freak me out). I was really prepared to dislike Danny, purely because of my love for Izzy, but he won me over a bit and his relationship with Jenkins makes a bit more sense now. Still, I'm glad that Jenn handled things at the end the way she did. I'm normally all about my tidy HEAs, but Brockmann handles the complexities of real relationships so deftly that I don't mind when tangles take a little longer to work out. I'm super bummed by the author note at the end, saying that the next novel is likely the last in the Troubleshooters series. That aside, the story was fast paced, with plenty of suspense and touching moments.

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cjr2010
Mar 13, 2011

Excellent!

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