Tuesday, December 20, 2011

In Her Sights by Robin Perini

ABOUT THE BOOKJasmine "Jazz" Parker, Jefferson County SWAT's only female sniper, can thread the eye of a needle with a bullet. But she carries with her a secret from her past that she thought she buried for good at the age of fifteen. Two years ago she even drove away the one man she believed she could love-ex-Army Ranger turned reporter Luke Montgomery- to keep her past hidden. But now, in a fleeting second, the time it takes for one clean shot, one perfect hit, to save the life of the governor's daughter, Jazz's world begins to crumble around her.

Luke splashes her face and name across the front page of a newspaper, and a vicious enemy from her past returns seeking vengeance without compromise. Jazz is forced to turn to the one man she can never have before she and everyone she cares about pays the ultimate price.
This is a fast-paced page turner.  The characters are realistic and likable, as well as formidable.  I wouldn't call this a thriller so much as a book full of tension.  While reading, you're constantly on your toes, just waiting for the next unexpected attack on your sense to take place.  I have to admit that this is one of the most unpredictable books that I've read and I enjoyed every minute of it.

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