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The Hunter (Crossfire Series #2)

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  • Posted November 25, 2011

    A wild thriller and love story-love this book!!

    This is a wonderful spy, adventure, love story of Navy SEAL commander Hawk McMillan and ace CIA tracker Amber Hutchens. Hawk infiltrates the drug and arms-trafficking organization with Amber's help. Gennita Low is writing at her best in this action packed story. I have read all of her books and they all are fantastic. You don't want to miss this one.

    Be sure to read Virtually His and Virtually Hers along with Sleeping with the Agent.
    I give all of these books 10 stars!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2013

    good suspenseful and surprise ending

    It was a good suspenseful and playful read. not your normal romance either. It also had a surprise ending that was unpredictible. take the risk to read it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    Action packed page turner! Must read

    This is my first story by Gennita Low and it was great, I plan to read more of her books

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2005

    I love HAWK!!

    Gennita Low has written another great story - this time highlighting Hawk and taking off where The Protector ends. With a truly memorable opening, the book just gets better and better.***** Navy SEAL Hawk McMillan has an undercover assignment working for a crime lord in Macedonia, on the trail of illegal weapons. Amber Hutchens is a great heroine who is fulfilling an important mission of her own as well as becoming Hawk's tracker and is not TSTL - one of Low's great trademarks is the smart heroine and Amber is one of the best.***** Watching these two smart and sexy characters work together and fall in love while going on a thrill ride of a story was so much fun I read it twice in one sitting. A definite keeper.***** Now, I want to read about Jed!! Bring on JED!! Oh, and Alex and T, too. Keep 'em coming, Ms. Low!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2005

    A smart, sexy, romantic thriller!

    This book pacts it all into one complete story. Watching Hawk and Amber try to outsmart each other is a joy. They use their brains for foreplay and when they do consummate their relationship, it's HOT! Ms Low finds just the right balance between thriller and romance. The action sequences are like a thrill ride while keeping it's focus on the romance and relationship between Hawk and Amber. Ms Low writes some of the smartest books out there and I look forward to more books in the future by her.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2005

    Another awesome thriller

    Gennita Low has writing a mesmerizing, thrilling, hotter then hot tale in The Hunter. **** Navy Seal Hawk McMillan has been undercover for months on the most dangerous mission of his career. He is forced to watch unimaginable horrors in order to bring down the local Kingman Dragan Dilaver. He needs a local tracker in Macedonia and is led to café owner Amber Hutchens. **** Amber Hutchens has an agenda of her own. She is spiriting away young girls to a safer place, then at the hands of Dilaver. Her first meeting with Hawk is memorable. Amber realizes Hawk is more then what she sees on the surface. This is a first for Hawk that a woman is invading his thoughts on a mission. ***** Amber and Hawk find a connection that goes beyond their mission. Their conversations are funny, steamy and deeply moving. ***** Gennita Low writes with such depth, compassion and all out passion. It was a treat to revisit Hawk¿s Seal buds. Marlena and Amber¿s first meeting is a hoot¿This book was a treasure to read from beginning to end. Can¿t wait for the rest of the team¿s story. Hopefully some day T and Alex¿s story will be told. Kudos¿.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    This is a high quality thriller

    Undercover Navy SEAL Hawk McMillan detests his current assignment, pretending to be a traitor working for evil Dilaver especially as he acts helplessly while atrocities occur. Still he knows the importance of the assignment to find the weapon of mass destruction that Dilaver apparently possesses.................... CIA operative Amber Hutchins has worked undercover for four years in Macedonia. She hosts the Last Resort, an American style café in which she obtains information that she passes on to her contacts................... Amber and Hawk meet, but neither wants a partner especially one in which nether can control their desire for the other. Still they have no choice as they work together trying to bring down Dilaver and his cohorts while hoping to not fall in love..................... THE HUNTER is a terrific direct sequel to the fabulous THE PROTECTOR as the latter novel ends with Hawk joining Dilaver¿s team to bring him down. The story line is action-packed but Hawk¿s lament makes it character driven as he feels the taint of his assignment causing him to allow the slaughter of the innocent to occur that will haunt his soul for the rest of his life. Amber is his only light as his disturbed conscience ponders the end vs. the mean. This is a high quality thriller................ Harriet Klausner

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