Target of One's Own

Target of One's Own

by M. L. Buchman

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ISBN-13: 9781949825206
Publisher: Buchman Bookworks, Inc.
Publication date: 12/31/2018
Series: Night Stalkers 5E Series , #4
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 491,159
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

M.L. "Matt" Buchman has over 50 novels, 70 short stories, and a fast-growing pile of audiobooks out in the world. M.L. writes romance, thrillers, and SF&F...so far. Three-times Booklist "Top-10 Romance Novel of the Year." NPR and B&N "Best 5 Romance of the Year." RITA finalist. As a 30-year project manager with a geophysics degree who has: designed and built houses, flown and jumped out of planes, and bicycled solo around the world, he is awed by what's possible. More at: www.mlbuchman.com.

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Target of One's Own 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous 6 days ago
I loved her earlier works but each book lately seems slow and monotonous. The only saving grace to this book are the racing scenes.
AddictedReader 7 days ago
Strap on Your Seatbelt! M.L. Buchman scores again with the 5E! Add Zoe and Luke's attraction--and friction--to a high-stakes rally, stir in the darkness and demons from Zoe's past, add the media craziness from Zoe's blog and an ego-maniac car owner/former driver, flavour with the 5E (helicoptors and crew), then turn up the heat with an arms dealer intent on murder, and you have this story. Zoe's driving skills are amazing and scary; I don't know how Luke avoids a heart attack...and I admired him for acknowledging and accepting her superior driving skills (even though his weren't too shabby!). This is a worthy addition to Buchman's library. I received an advance copy and am voluntarily providing this review.
charlligirl 12 days ago
If you like adventure, you will love this book. Zoe is an incredibly interesting person. Her mind figures things out long before anyone else does and her heart is as big as the grand canyon. Even after what happened to her as a girl, she still manages to treat people with humanity and kindness. Luke was harder to read, but you can't help but root for him. And boy did he step in it with Zoe. Yet she forgave him and still loved him, which I think blew him away. The main twist in this story, I did not see coming. And how Zoe put it together, I have no idea. Great adventure, lots of feels and lots of getting to know the characters outside of their jobs.
TJplayspiano 17 days ago
This is another great read from Buchman. Target of One’s own is action packed right from the start, you will not be able put this book down. The world of racing is the new battlefield and you are pulled into the unexpected. Add in romance and you have the recipe for a fantastic story.I received a free copy of this title from the publisher for an honest review.
Dibs12 20 days ago
The Glittering, Hypnotic Butterfly M.L. Buchman does it again, writes competence porn so rich in suspense, sand, spicy food and expert driving that not only do I think my life won’t be complete unless I drive in the next Dakar motor sports race, but I’m pretty sure I could win. (Mind you, I felt the same way about flying a helicopter after reading Emily Beale’s adventures in The Night is Mine. And that hasn’t happened yet.) How does Buchman write such excellent competence porn? Simple, really--with a wealth of vibrant components. A female drone pil—sorry, Remotely Piloted Aircraft—an RPA pilot with an alter ego as an internet maven whose vlog’s fan base is nearing 500,000 followers. A Seal Team 6 Second Lieutenant so confident in himself that not once does he say, “I should drive.” An anonymous arms dealer who American Intelligence hopes to locate and capture at the Dakar Rally, the toughest twelve day endurance race in the world. A rich, handsome, lecherous French race car driver ¾ in love with the internet maven. Dakar, Senegal. And South America—from Mar del Plata, Argentina up to Lima, Peru. And on and on. There’s a richness of detail and characters that make this book a strong contender for the Most Like The Night is Mine prize. I loved Zoe DeMille, the flash, the sparkle of the surface Zoe. I loved the strength of the real Zoe—facing her own history, learning from it, moving on. She knows what she knows and she’s willing to try everything else. I loved Luke Altman although he’s a complete man’s man and has no idea what to do with the glittering, hypnotic butterfly that is Zoe. Their teamwork is pure Buchman. Their chemistry is also pure Buchman. Highly recommended. Ten thumbs up. I received a free copy of this title from the publisher for an honest review.