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Posted August 11, 2008
Honor of a Hunter Written by: Sylvie Kurtz Romantic Suspense Rated: Very Good '****' Review by: Lisa Haselton Faith Byrne has everything money can buy and is determined to be successful in her father¿s eyes. Noah Kingsley is great with computers and hasn¿t been in love since a brief teenage romance with a woman out of his league. When Faith discovers someone has been in her secure high-rise condo she calls Noah for comfort. Noah is content with his position in Seekers, Inc. in New Hampshire since it involves adventure, catching bad guys, and at the end of the day he can relax in his country home. The early morning phone call from Seattle evokes numerous emotions, but Noah doesn¿t hesitate to hop a plane and rush to protect his best friend. Noah knows how to use technology to track Faith¿s stalker, but her need to keep her obsessive work schedule and be seen in the office stretches Noah¿s skills to the limit. Faith wants the stalker identified so she can confront him and show that she is in control of her life. Yet eventually, she realizes the only way to hang on is to let go completely. As with all her prior novels, Sylvie Kurtz has created unique characters with interesting lives. Her writing brings the characters off the page so they seem like friends. Her strong male and female protagonists have vulnerabilities they try to hide and intense heartfelt emotions they try to intellectualize. The writing is solid and the suspense builds in increments that leave the reader as emotionally involved as the heroine. Sylvie Kurtz earned her commercial pilot¿s license and instrument rating but has since traded an airplane for a keyboard, where she lets her imagination soar to create fictional adventures that explore the power of love and the thrill of suspense. When not writing, she enjoys the outdoors with her family, quilt-making, and photography. For more information on all of her published works, check out her website. Honor of a Hunter is an engaging read. Readers of romance or suspense will be pulled in by the characters and pulled along by the continuous change of circumstances.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
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