Just a Hint-Clint

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Some Days, It Doesn't Pay To Get Out Of Bed

That's what crosses Clint Evans's mind the minute he takes on the four thugs holding heiress Julie Rose hostage. It isn't the danger that has Clint in a lather, but Julie herself. The pretty, petite schoolteacher he's been hired to return to her wealthy fiancé is no fainting trust-fund baby. She's more of a hellcat, one who won't be deterred when she sets her sights on something. And her sights are ...

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Overview

Some Days, It Doesn't Pay To Get Out Of Bed

That's what crosses Clint Evans's mind the minute he takes on the four thugs holding heiress Julie Rose hostage. It isn't the danger that has Clint in a lather, but Julie herself. The pretty, petite schoolteacher he's been hired to return to her wealthy fiancé is no fainting trust-fund baby. She's more of a hellcat, one who won't be deterred when she sets her sights on something. And her sights are set on Clint.

The one rule Clint never breaks is this-don't get involved with the client. He can look, but he definitely cannot touch-even if it's driving him crazy. Keeping Julie safe until he can figure out who's behind her kidnapping means never letting her out of his sight. And the closer he sticks to the feisty, seductive woman who makes him feel alive...the harder it gets for him to ever consider letting her go...

"Foster writes smart, sexy, engaging characters."-Christine Feehan

"A Lori Foster book is like a glass of good champagne-sexy and sparkling."-Jayne Ann Krentz
Since her first book in 1996, Lori Foster has become the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author of over 70 novels. Lori and her husband, their three sons, and their two Chihuahuas, Brock and Tootsie, all live in rural Ohio, outside of Cincinnati. Please visit her at www.lorifoster.com.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420112450
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 268,482
  • Product dimensions: 4.20 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Lori Foster is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of many contemporary romances.

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JUST A HINT - CLINT


By Lori Foster

Kensington Brava

ISBN: 0-7582-0340-3


Chapter One

A bead of sweat took a slow path down his throat and into the neckline of his dark T-shirt. Pushed by a hot, insubstantial breeze, a weed brushed his cheek.

Clint never moved.

Through the shifting shadows of the pulled blinds, he could detect activity in the small cabin. The low drone of voices filtered out the screen door, but Clint couldn't make out any of the slurred conversation.

Next to him, Red stirred. In little more than a breath of sound, he asked, "Fuck, I hate waiting."

Wary of a trap, Clint wanted the entire area checked. Mojo chose that moment to slip silently into the grass beside them. He'd done a surveillance of the cabin, the surrounding grounds, and probably gotten a good peek in the back window. Mojo could be invisible and eerily silent when he chose.

"All's clear."

Something tightened inside Clint. "She in there?"

"Alive but pissed off and real scared." Mojo's obsidian eyes narrowed. "Four men. They've got her tied up."

Clint silently worked his jaw, fighting for his famed icy control. The entire situation was bizarre. How was it Asa knew where to find the men, yet they didn't appear to expect an interruption? Had Robert deliberately fed the info to Asa, to embroil in a trap, so Clint would kill him? And why would Robert want Asa dead?

Somehow, both he and Julie Rose were pawns. But for what purpose?

Clint's rage grew, clawing to be freed, making his stomach pitch with the violent need to act. "They're armed?"

Mojo nodded with evil delight. "And on their way out."

Given that a small bonfire lit the clearing in front of the cabin, Clint wasn't surprised that they would venture outside. The hunting cabin was deep into the hills, mostly surrounded by thick woods. Obviously, the kidnappers felt confident in their seclusion.

He'd have found them eventually, Clint thought, but Asa's tip had proved invaluable. And a bit too fucking timely.

So far, nothing added up, and that made him more cautious than anything else could have.

He'd work it out as they went along. The drive had cost them two hours, with another hour crawling through the woods. But now he had them.

He had her.

The cabin door opened and two men stumbled out under the glare of a yellow bug light. One wore jeans and an unbuttoned shirt, the other was shirtless, showing off a variety of tattoos on his skinny chest. They looked youngish and drunk and stupid. They looked cruel.

Raucous laughter echoed around the small clearing, disturbed only by a feminine voice, shrill with fear and anger, as two other men dragged Julie Rose outside.

She wasn't crying.

No sir. Julie Rose was complaining.

Her torn school dress hung off her right shoulder nearly to her waist, displaying one small pale breast. She struggled against hard hands and deliberate roughness until she was shoved, landing on her right hip in the barren area in front of the house. With her hands tied behind her back, she had no way to brace herself. She fell flat, but quickly struggled into a sitting position.

The glow of the bonfire reflected on her bruised, dirty face - and in her furious eyes. She was frightened, but she was also livid.

"I think we should finish stripping her," one of the men said.

Julie's bare feet peddled against the uneven ground as she tried to move further away.

The men laughed some more and the one who'd spoken went onto his haunches in front of her. He caught her bare ankle, immobilizing her.

"Not too much longer, bitch. Morning'll be here before you know it." He stroked her leg, up to her knee, higher. "I bet you're getting anxious, huh?"

Her chest heaved, her lips quivered.

She spit on him.

Clint was on his feet in an instant, striding into the clearing before Mojo or Red's hissed curses could register. The four men, standing in a cluster, turned to look at him with various expressions of astonishment, confusion and horror. They were slow to react, and Clint realized they were more than a little drunk. Idiots.

One of the young fools reached behind his back.

"You." Clint stabbed him with a fast lethal look while keeping his long, ground-eating pace to Julie. "Touch that weapon and I'll break your leg."

The guy blanched - and promptly dropped his hands.

Clint didn't think of anything other than his need to get between Julie and the most immediate threat. But without giving it conscious thought, he knew that Mojo and Red would back him up. If any guns were drawn, theirs would fire first.

The man who'd been abusing Julie snorted in disdain at the interference. He took a step forward, saying, "Just who the hell do you think you -"

Reflexes on automatic, Clint pivoted slightly to the side and kicked out hard and fast. The force of his boot heel caught the man on the chin with sickening impact. He sprawled flat with a raw groan that dwindled into blackness. He didn't move.

Another man leaped forward. Clint stepped to the side, and like clockwork, kicked out a knee. The obscene sounds of breaking bone and cartilage and the accompanying scream of pain split the night, sending nocturnal creatures to scurry through the leaves.

Clint glanced at Julie's white face, saw she was frozen in shock, and headed toward the two remaining men. Eyes wide, they started to back up, and Clint curled his mouth into the semblance of a smile. "I don't think so."

A gun was finally drawn, but not in time to be fired. Clint grabbed the man's wrist and twisted up and back. Still holding him, Clint pulled him forward and into a solid punch to the stomach. Without breath, the painful shouts ended real quick. The second Clint released him, the man turned to hobble into the woods. Clint didn't want to, but he let him go.

Robert Burns had said not to bring anyone in. He couldn't see committing random murder, and that's what it'd be if he started breaking heads now. But in an effort to protect Julie Rose and her apparently already tattered reputation, he wouldn't turn them over to the law either.

Just letting them go stuck in his craw, and Clint, fed up, ready to end it, turned to the forth man. He threw a punch to the throat and jaw, then watched the guy crumble to his knees, then to his face, wheezing for breath.

Behind Clint, Red's dry tone intruded. "Well, that was efficient."

Clint struggled with himself for only an instant before realizing there was no one left to fight. He turned, saw Julie Rose held in wide-eyed horror, and he jerked. Mojo stepped back out of the way, and Clint lurched to the bushes.

Anger turned to acid in his gut.

Typically, at least for Clint Evans and his weak-ass stomach, he puked.

* * *

Julie could hardly believe her eyes. One minute she'd known she would be raped and probably killed, and the fear had been all consuming, a live clawing dread inside her.

Now ... now she didn't know what had happened. Three men, looking like angelic convicts, had burst into the clearing. Well no, that wasn't right. The first man hadn't burst anywhere. He'd strode in, casual as you please, then proceeded to make mince meat out of her abductors.

He'd taken on four men as if they were no more than gnats.

She'd never seen that type of brawling. His blows hadn't been designed to slow down an opponent, or to bruise or hurt. One strike - and the men had dropped like dead weights. Even the sight of the gun hadn't fazed him. He moved so fast, so smoothly, the weapon hadn't mattered at all.

When he'd delivered those awesome strikes, his expression, hard and cold, hadn't changed. A kick here, a punch there, and the men who'd held her, taunted her, were no longer a threat.

He was amazing, invincible, he was ... throwing up.

Her heart pounded in slow, deep thumps that hurt her breastbone and made it difficult to draw an even breath. The relief flooding over her in drowning force didn't feel much different than her fear had.

Her awareness of that man was almost worse.

Like spotting Superman, or a wild animal or a combination of both, she felt awed and amazed and disbelieving.

She was safe now, but was she really?

One of the saviors approached her. He was fair, with blond hair and light eyes, though she couldn't see the exact color in the dark night with only the fire for illumination. Trying to make himself look less like a convict, he gave her a slight smile.

A wasted effort.

He moved real slow, watchful and gentle. "Don't pay any mind to Clint." He spoke in a low, melodic croon. "He always pukes afterward."

Her savior's name was Clint. (Continues...)



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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2004

    Just a Hint - BUY THIS BOOK

    Lori Foster has penned another winner. Robert Burns hires Clint Evans to rescue his fiancée heiress Julie Rose from kidnappers. But Clint doesn¿t trust Robert. When Clint rescues Julie Rose from her kidnappers she says she not engaged. After Julie Rose harrowing experience she is drawn to Clint for reassurances. And Clint is fascinated by her sweetness and bravado. With Julie still in danger Clint must protect her and figure out who had her kidnapped. Ms. Foster has written one of her signature heroes. Clint is all man who believes in right and wrong but has one little weakness. Julie Rose is a teacher and an independent woman who feel she needs to live life more. And Clint is just the ticket. Clint and Julie growing attraction is fun to watch. Lori Foster takes a trip back to Visitation to Julie¿s friends. And it is a great place to visit. Buy this book it is one of my favorites. And there is a hint of the next visit to Visitation in the end. I know Jamie Creed will have his own great story.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2004

    Clint Clicks!

    Sigh. If only Clint lived near me! A great book and fun to read. I hope the characters continue on in future stories. Very likeable and good pacing throughout the book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2004

    Another Keeper

    I just finished reading Just a Hint, Clint and WOW-- Strong & Sexy. We met Julie Rose in previous books and now it is her turn to get what she wants, Clint! Great Characters, add some mystery, and Plenty of Romance-- It doesn't get any better than a Lori Foster Book! --Clint is another page turner-- You won't be able to stop reading it until the end and then you might even have to go back and read it again. I did!!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2004

    Just another Hint - This is a great book!

    Leave it to Lori Foster to give us yet another great book about the much-loved residents of Visitation! This is a wonderful book with characters who are easy to ooh and aah over! Just as appealing are the characters whose stories have yet to be told. I give this book the highest of recommendations.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2013

    LEADERS DEN

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2012

    This was my first Lori Foster book and I'm so looking forward to

    This was my first Lori Foster book and I'm so looking forward to the next. Great story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 1, 2011

    Just a Hint-Clint

    This book is so good I enjoyed every minute of it. It was full of suspence, some humor, sexy and I loved Clint.

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  • Posted June 29, 2011

    FANTASTIC

    NOT MANY OF HER BOOKS THAT R NOT WORTH READING? ONE HELL OF A WRITER WITH A GREAT IMAGANATION? LAUGQHTER LOVE DANGER!!GREAT PLOTS WORTH EVERY DOLLAR READ THIS N ANTHER ABOUT JUDE?

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  • Posted May 24, 2011

    I Also Recommend:

    Not bad, but not great

    I wish someone had told me about the really bad language in this book before I read it, I would have passed. I read "When You Dare" by Lori Foster and loved the mercenary-type series but this one wasn't as good and what was with the "commercial" about all the characters in Visitation? That was weird. I did however, appreciate that the two leads were not 'pretty' but could both appreciate and find each other beautiful. And thank you for the hero being a 37-year-old-rock-hard-body...yum.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2006

    Love all of her work!!

    Lori Foster is such a great author and this book will definitely not disappoint. She writes funny, lovable characters with gret chemistry. All of her books are really good. Definitely worth checking out.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 5, 2005

    I LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!

    Just a Hint, Clint is one of my favorites now. You get lost in the book and you just want more!!!!! I love every twist and turn.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2005

    This is the BEST

    This book is my favorite by this author and possible all books. It is a great book and man did I ever fall in love with Clint. You have to read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2004

    Lori Foster never disappoints!

    Another wonderful story by Lori Foster! I really think this is my favorite story in the Visitation series. Clint was sexy, sexy, sexy! Julie Rose definitely deserved a good man like Clint in her life. Clint and Julie Rose's relationship was wonderful to watch develop. I really had no idea who the villain was. Lori kept me guessing until the end. This is one book you shouldn't miss! I'm looking forward to Jamie's book, which will be the last book in this Visitation series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2004

    Another sensual keeper!

    When reserved heiress Julie Rose is kidnapped, fiance Robert hires Clint Evans to save her. Though Clint doesn't trust Robert, he knows he can't let a woman be harmed, so he sets out with trusted back-up to find Julie Rose and bring her back safely. When Clint rescues Julie Rose, he's amazed at her bravery in such a dangerous situation, yet feels her fascination with him is one of hero worship. Julie Rose has never felt what she's feeling for Clint, and tries to convince him that not only is she not engaged, she's also very much interested in him as a man, not as a hero. When Clint is unable to figure out who kidnapped Julie Rose, he decides to keep her with him while he investigates. Easier said than done. Their attraction is overwhelming and Clint begins to truly care for this independent woman who cares nothing for her inheritance and would rather be a teacher, living on her own terms. With Clint, Julie Rose feels she can truly be the woman she's always wanted to be, and sees a man she can love. As danger surrounds them, familiar friends from Visitation come to help protect Julie Rose and Clint from an unexpected villain. Fans will delight in the latest addition to the Visitation series. Clint is strong, sexy, and old-fashioned about protecting his woman. Julie Rose is a woman who's beauty on the inside shows on the outside when she is able to follow her heart and the path she's chosen for herself. And Visitation is a place everyone wishes to go and find lasting love, true friends, and generous spirits, not to mention: Jamie Creed. A must-have for your keeper shelf.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2004

    This book is a must read for anyone!

    I love all of Lori Foster's books, but this is by far my favorite. Clint Evans is hired to rescue Julie Rose from kidnappers. But everything is not as it seems, so he takes her with him until he can solve what is really happening. This book is so much more than a Love story between Julie and Clint, it also has adventure and mystery. Lori Foster has wrote an amazing book, the reader doesn't know who the real villain is until the end of the book. I couldn't put this book down until I had the whole thing read, it was that good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2004

    Lori Foster does it again, and again....

    Action adventure, love story and a hero to absolutely die for. Ms. Foster kept me guessing who the bad person was until the very end. This is her best work yet and I can't wait for Jamie's story!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 30, 2004

    Lori Foster writes another keeper!

    <p> Clint Evans is a mercenary hired by a man named Robert Burns whose fiancée, Julie Rose, is missing. Apparently, Robert suspects foul play, but play is the key word here, as Robert appears to be fabricating part of his story. He makes comments that he insists either she's been snatched or has run off on her own. He mentions the name of Asa Ragon, suggesting he believes Asa kidnapped Julie. Who is Asa, does he have Julie, and what is Robert's real involvement in this? <p> Something is pulling at Clint. Though he truly believes Julie Rose is in desperate trouble, he doesn't believe a word of Burns' story. With his partners and best friends, Mojo and Red, he sets out to rescue Julie. What he sees, when they find her, sets him off. They¿ve hurt her, and he can¿t bear to see a woman suffering. He quickly takes care of the four men who have Julie, hurting them, but not killing them. He takes Julie to safety, but when he contacts Robert, it is after Julie tells him she does not have a fiancé. Yet, he contacts Robert, and Robert oddly enough asks him to ¿keep¿ Julie for at least a week, as he¿s still trying to figure out who took Julie to begin with, as it apparently wasn¿t Asa Ragon. Clint still smells something funny, but he honors Robert¿s request, not because Robert asks, but because of two reasons: his gut feeling that something is way off and the surprisingly sizzling emotional connection he feels with her. His feelings toward Julie are of a protective nature, but that is only part of it. There is also a strong sexual draw, but he doesn¿t want to scare Julie away. <p> Mojo and Red take off, leaving Clint to protect Julie. Though Clint intends on using this time to find out the truth behind her abduction, why Robert is lying, and other things that don¿t add up, he knows that he can¿t resist her much longer. <p> Julie had never been so afraid in her life. But she¿s never felt so safe in her life since Clint rescued her. She¿s more than glad she¿s got at least a week with him. He appeals to her on a level like no other. She knows it goes beyond the fact that he rescued her, but that still doesn¿t explain why she feels so safe, and trusts him so much. <p> Nature is a powerful force¿especially when you have two people who have a chemistry that is about to explode. Once Clint and Julie enjoy each other, they both realize, yet hide their feelings, that this is deep, very deep, and a week might not be long enough¿forever might not be long enough. <p> Passion, desire, intrigue, deceit, and danger are all integral parts of JUST A HINT, CLINT. We also discover that Julie has a connection to Visitation, North Carolina, and to some of the characters Lori Foster fans have come to know and love: Joe and Luna Winston, Bruce, Bryan, Cyn, Shay, Jamie Creed, and others. Just before her kidnapping, Julie abandoned her trust fund and got a teaching assignment in a place that feels like home, and she can¿t wait to get back to Visitation. What a nice surprise for me, the reader! <p> Ever vigilant, Clint is putting the pieces of this puzzle together, but then there is a surprising, jaw-dropping twist! I thought I was right there with Clint on solving the crime, but leave it to Ms. Foster to create an amazing twist, and an even more amazing conclusion to a superb story! If the pages hadn¿t been flying through my hands to begin with, the conclusion was so captivating, wild horses couldn¿t drag me away. <p> JUST A HINT, CLINT is a wonderfully engaging read¿one that readers of Lori Foster books will not want to miss. A hint, btw, about Jamie Creed. We learn more about him in this book, so pay special attention to the conclusion of this story. As always, Ms. Foster has written another winner, and she keeps getting better and better. (For Sizzling Romances, October 2004)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2004

    can't wait for Jamie

    Just of Hint of Clint was great. I read in one sitting I could not put it down. And I can not wait to read about Jamie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2004

    Kind of Disappointed

    While I like how Lori Foster is continuing to write about the characters from or affiliated with the town of Visitation, this one wasn't near as good as its predecessors. I think it would have been better had it included more of the characters from Visitation; or better yet, taken place there. And the ending was particularly odd. It's written as if the book had been about Jamie Creed, not Julie Rose. Very odd indeed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2004

    A MUST READ

    Lori has again penned a wonderful love story, that has mystery, danger and the growing of both the heroine, Julie Rose and hero Clint Evans to overcome the pains of the past. It is great to see the chemistry between these two as Clint keeps Julie close to him after rescuing her from the kidnappers, and not fully trusting the person who had hired him, while he tries to figure out why someone would have kidnapped her in the first place. Set in Visitation we again meet with familiar friends who rally around them as danger closes in. This is another great read and as always a page turner from start to finish. It is a must read and a keeper for your shelf.

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