Is the bounty hunter’s target really an innocent woman?
Convinced her sheriff brother-in-law murdered her sister, Jamie Carter hides her six-year-old niece away until she can prove his crimes. Bounty hunter Zack Owen is bound by the law to turn her in, but Jamie’s story sways him to protect her instead. On the run together, Zack must face the personal price of falling for his fugitive.
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My thoughts: As far as I know FUGITIVE PURSUIT is Ms. Sinclair's deput novel, but it was a good one. I nave never read one where a bounty hunter is lured over to the side of the criminal he was supposed to arrest. Jamie was pretty sneaky, kidnapping her niece and hiding her away while she tries to prove her brother-in-law the sheriff actually killed her sister and the whole time she's on the run. A very tough heroine, but yet needy at the same time. Zack wants to do what his brothers--and partners--insist, but it doesn't feel right to take Jamie to jail once he succeeds in capturing her. But how can he harbor a fugitive? He'd be breaking the law and could use his license as a bounty hunter. The two aren't on the run as much as they are in some Love Inspired Suspense books, but there is still plenty of danger and a lesser woman (such as me) would've never survived the first attack. Four of the five questions are answered. We knew who the bad guys were, we know when the crime was committed, we knew what they did, and we know why, but what we don't know is how and that is enough to keep the pages of the book turning until the end. I greatly enjoyed FUGITIVE PURSUIT and am looking forward to more by this author. If you like Love Inspired Suspense, don't miss FUGITIVE PURSUIT. I was given a copy free, all opinions are my own.