Hot Pursuit (Silhouette Bombshell #50) [NOOK Book]

Overview

NASA scientist Kate Foster is having a really, really bad day. Her billion-dollar satellite has been hijacked. The hijackers also kidnapped her right-hand man. And Kate may have a traitor on her team....

Only Kate's quick thinking has kept the hijackers from using the satellite as a deadly weapon so far...but it's just a matter of days before they crack her simple code. Chasing around the globe with one know-it-all counterterrorist expert to retrieve the satellite...

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Hot Pursuit (Silhouette Bombshell #50)

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Overview

NASA scientist Kate Foster is having a really, really bad day. Her billion-dollar satellite has been hijacked. The hijackers also kidnapped her right-hand man. And Kate may have a traitor on her team....

Only Kate's quick thinking has kept the hijackers from using the satellite as a deadly weapon so far...but it's just a matter of days before they crack her simple code. Chasing around the globe with one know-it-all counterterrorist expert to retrieve the satellite may just shred her last nerve, but Kate's got to keep a cool head while they're in Hot Pursuit.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781552543399
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 8/1/2007
  • Series: Bombshell , #50
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 898,612
  • File size: 237 KB

Meet the Author

Kathryn Jensen Pearce, a former second-grade teacher, department store sales associate, bank clerk, and full-time mom, began her writing career with children in mind. Her first story ever sold was a little mystery tale for preschoolers.As her own children grew, she moved on to writing for older children and finally for teenagers. Kathryn's young-adult novel Pocket Change was published in 1989, and received critical acclaim for its story of a family's traumatic experience with post-traumatic stress disorder from the perspective of the daughter of a Vietnam vet. In its wake came a dozen teen mysteries written under the pen name Nicole Davidson--a combination of her daughter and son's first names.Since then, her characters have grown up and now inhabit adult stories. She loves adding rich and exotic elements to her settings, many of them saved from her years living in Italy and traveling in Europe as a young military wife.Today, Kathryn shares her Maryland home with her two cats, recently rescued from a local animal shelter. She has published 34 novels for readers of all ages and is an instructor/consultant for Long Ridge Writers Group and The Institute of Children's Literature, with over 300 students across the U.S., Canada, and as far away as Japan and Australia.
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun romantic suspense thriller

    Civilian anti-terrorist expert and retired marine colonel Daniel Rooker is hired to find the criminals and recover the information and the satellite. As he begins his inquiries with Kate, the thieves demand ransom money from the government. He questions Kate as if she is the felon and is even harsher with her about her loyal crew as he is convinced someone inside had to expedite the caper. She cannot give credence to his theory that she has a traitor on her team though that is the only plausible way the theft could have occurred. Instead she knows each person personally and each one is dedicated, knows their stuff, and has cleared security checks. As they dispute who is behind the escapade yet work closely together, Kate and Daniel fall in love.--- HOT PURSUIT is an exhilarating thriller that never slows down from the moment that Zed enters the NASA Weston Research Facility until the final confrontation. The relationship between the scientist and the anti-terrorist expert starts early with a dispute over alarms and continues arguing over the turncoat and even over falling in love. Kathryn Jensen writes a fun romantic suspense thriller filled with plenty of action and a neat final twist. --- Harriet Klausner

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