Most Wanted

Most Wanted

by Diana Palmer


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Most Wanted by Diana Palmer released on Apr 24, 2000 is available now for purchase.

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ISBN-13: 9781551666129
Publisher: MIRA Books
Publication date: 04/27/2000
Edition description: Original
Pages: 434
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 8.02(h) x 1.13(d)

About the Author

Diana Palmer (a pseudonym for Susan Kyle, born Susan Spaeth in 1946) is the author of dozens of romance novels dating back to 1979. Voted one of the top ten romance writers in America, Palmer’s best-known books are part of her Long, Tall Texans series. Palmer lives with her family in Cornelia, Georgia.

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Mary_Th1 More than 1 year ago
A new paranormal romance series from Linda Palmer is a thrilling thing, and this short novel – "Most Wanted" (Psy Squad, Book 1) – pulls us in at the ground floor of some real excitement! The book description on this page tells you what you need to know about the situation, but just in case you didn't read it… Nineteen-year-old Kate Lawless is in money trouble, or she'd never show up at an open call for psychics. That's because, in the world of this series, psychics are widely detested and feared, and Kate knows there'll be a crowd of hateful protesters trying to block the doors. But, knowing she has a little psychic ability, she'll chance it. She'll get paid just for taking the test, so it'll be worth the harassment. She's pretty sure she won't get picked… Okay, no more spoilers. What I really love about the book, even apart from the intense, fast-moving plot, are the great characters. First, there's Nikolai, the absolutely stunning Russian Kate meets right away. There's obviously chemistry between them, but he thinks Kate's too young for him. They can be friends, but that's all. Yeah, right. Then there's Miles, cute, even younger than Kate, and very talented. But so full of himself and his privileged position in the world that he's a real pain, and almost immediately she wishes she hadn't met him. Too late. Finally, Kate herself. Linda Palmer's heroines are always tough, go-it-alone girls, anxious to keep anyone from seeing how soft-hearted they really are. Which is what gets them into troubles they might need a little help to get out of. Kate Lawless is so much so that it's almost a character flaw. She's been a loner since infancy, not her fault, but she likes it that way – she thinks. Getting to know Kate was, to me, the best part of this book, and I was cheering for her from the start. I loved this story and can't wait to know these people better, as their wild psychic adventures continue. You'll feel the same way. Trust me!