Now You Die (Bullet Catchers Series #6)

Now You Die (Bullet Catchers Series #6)

by Roxanne St. Claire
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Now You Die (Bullet Catchers Series #6) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was simply outstanding. I couldn't put it down because it had everything I like in a romantic suspense -- lots of conflict between the two characters, a really complicated but believable plot that wasn't (thank goodness) a serial killer, a woman on the run, or an arsonist! This was so different - the target of the investigation is on the Supreme Court and the set up for taking him down was just perfect. I thought the book was emotional and sexy enough to qualify as a 'romance' but also had enough plot twists and surprises to be a 'suspense.' Well done, Ms. St. Clair. I'm going to look for more of your books. (This one is part of a trilogy but I didn't read the first two, and it didn't really hurt the read.) Strongly recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
At last! The long-awaited story about Lucy Sharpe is here. And if you thought Lucy¿s story was going to be exciting, think again. It¿s not just exciting, it¿s electrifying and full of more twists than a Chubby Checker dance contest. Lucy has secrets that both haunt and drive her. We¿ve seen her brains and business acumen in past books now we see her in action, and she¿s smart, swift, sharp (no pun intended) and deadly if necessary. In NOW YOU DIE, she¿s teamed up with former Bullet Catcher Jack Culver to investigate a thirty-year-old murder and the cover-up that¿s left a trail of dead bodies. Jack left the Bullet Catchers under less than ideal conditions and it¿s only with great reluctance that Lucy agreed to work with him again. But put them together, and they¿re like oil and water, fire and gasoline. They¿re two bullet trains headed toward each other at breakneck speed and when they collide¿ POW! Jack has the cojones to get in Lucy¿s face and push. And he keeps on pushing to make sure justice is served. Both of them have emotional baggage that¿s big and black and way too heavy for current airline regulations, and this is what makes these characters so alive and intriguing. This most unlikely pairing of characters creates sizzling sexual tension and heart-stopping suspense. NOW YOU DIE is written so it can stand alone, but it you read the lead-in books, FIRST YOU RUN and THEN YOU HIDE, this book will have much more impact because you¿ll have the entire story. Get comfortable and pour a tall, cool drink because once you start reading, you won¿t put this book down til you¿ve turned the last page.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I completely enjoyed this 3 book (#4, 5, 6) series. The first was a little strange but no less enjoyable. The suspenseful twists and turns were amazing and with just the right amount of romance (and in all the right places). Loved it!!! NOTE: Although each book stands alone, it is best to read these three in order.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have waited anxiously for this book. It completely lives up to expectations, let me tell you! Lucy is such a completely complex character. We have teasers of her in each and every book. This, he story really is exciting and power packed. I loved it!!!! Now, I can't wait to read Dan's book next!
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