Hot on His Trail [NOOK Book]

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The trial was supposed to be television reporter Shea Sinclair’ s big break— her chance to show the world she wasn’ t just some empty-headed “ weather girl.” Then she became the story when Nick Taggert, a contractor on trial for murder, bolted from the courtroom and took her with him— at gunpoint… .

But she soon found herself an all-too-willing “ hostage.” This man was dangerous, all right— especially to a woman who looked too long into those beautiful blue eyes of his— but he ...

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Overview


The trial was supposed to be television reporter Shea Sinclair’ s big break— her chance to show the world she wasn’ t just some empty-headed “ weather girl.” Then she became the story when Nick Taggert, a contractor on trial for murder, bolted from the courtroom and took her with him— at gunpoint… .

But she soon found herself an all-too-willing “ hostage.” This man was dangerous, all right— especially to a woman who looked too long into those beautiful blue eyes of his— but he was no murderer. And she intended to help him prove it. Because when they were finished running from the law, she was going to make him her prisoner— for life… .

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459205123
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 3/21/2011
  • Series: Silhouette Intimate Moments Series , #1097
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 575,495
  • File size: 301 KB

Meet the Author



The first clue Linda had that she might like to write for a living came when she took a community education class in creative writing at the local high school. Taking classes was her hobby at the time, and creative writing came between yoga and French, or maybe between cake decorating and Chinese cooking. It was her first experience of meeting and working with other writers. She had always loved to read, and soon found that she loved writing.

For years writing was just a hobby, one she sometimes attacked with a vengeance and then set aside for months at a time. When the time came to give completing a book a serious try, she was ready. Guardian Angel, a Western historical romance, was written at her kitchen table.

Not long after she mailed it to a publisher, she discovered the local RWA chapter, Heart of Dixie, and joined. She knew right away that these were her people, and she hasn't wandered far since. Apparently unable to say no, she has served as conference chairman, president, luncheon chairman, and vice president. Easily bored, she soon deviated from historical romance into time travel, fairy-tale romance, and romantic suspense.

When she's not writing, Linda can be found at hockey games (where she's a season ticket holder for the local team), a meeting of writers (a necessity and a joy that she will never give up), or doing the family thing with an ever-growing and wonderful family.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2001

    Sexy 'on the run' romance!

    Nick Taggert has been framed for murder. When he is found guilty he freaks and makes a break for it. On his way out the courthouse door he gets shot and takes the nearest newspaper reporter hostage. Shea Sinclair's always cast as the weather girl but today she's got a big break covering the trial of Nick Taggert. The jury is in and she's waiting right outside the courtroom door when sexy Nick Taggert comes limping out and grabs her. Using her as a human shield he forces her to help him escape. So...what's a girl gonna do when she's got a gun to her head? She fights for her life of course ... but this cutey pie is too strong for her. He forces her into her car and the escape is very touch and go with some close calls. Shea Sinclair also realizes this abduction just might be her big break into the guts of real journalism reporting. Something she's ached to get into but her cutesy face has always gotten her cast in the weather girl role. When Nick Taggert offers to let him go she decides to stick around and do some serious snooping into who the real murderer could be. Hot on His Trail is a fast paced 'nice' romance. A good read if you appreciate a good 'on the run' romance. Reviewed by Jan Springer, Romance Author

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