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Karin Harlow spins dark tales of suspense, love, and things that go bump in the night. Drawing from her life as a cop’s wife, her stories resonate with authority and reality. When Karin isn’t writing, she enjoys traveling the California coastline with her husband and one or more of her four children, or getting together in far off places with her writing buddies.

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Star (August 30, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1439177872
  • ISBN-13: 978-1439177877
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.2 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,368,321 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A full time writer, Karin spins dark tales of suspense, love and things that go bump in the night. Drawing from her life as a cop's wife, her stories resonate with authority and reality. When Karin isn't writing, she enjoys traveling the California coast line with her husband and one or more of her four children or getting together in far off places with her writing buddies.

Karin also writes award-winning paranormal, contemporary, and historical romance as Karin Tabke.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By @Julia_ATUF on September 19, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
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While two characters at odds can be good for "Will they, won't they" tension, in ENEMY MINE Harlow has created two such unlikeable and irrevocably damaged characters, their relationship makes me think of restraining orders more than happily-ever-afters. For pure sexual chemistry, it's definitely dark, violent, and red hot. At the thought of these two behind a white picket fence raising children, however, I break into a cold sweat.

This pair has a certain amount of charisma, but Harlow does too good of a job driving a wedge between Selena and Nikko for me to want to bridge that gap. Selena is the homicidal love child of Bruce Wayne and Hannibal Lector, lurking over her nightclub and harvesting daemon body parts. Nikko is the hot beefcake combination of MMA and a bad episode of Cops, who almost kills Selena in a haze of rage. Harlow tries to write an act so heinous for Selena that the reader will be able to forgive Nikko's attempted murder, but to be honest, she just succeeded in making me wash my hands of both of them. It is beyond uncomfortable and distasteful to read Selena and Nikko tearing each other's hearts out over the supposed late-term abortion of their child (even knowing that Marisol is alive and well), or Selena dismissing her attempted murder at Nikko's hands as little more than something that she's "still pissed" about.

The plot and world building of ENEMY MINE are well written, and anyone who doesn't mind high drama and a lot of violence mixed with a potent sexual chemistry will find a lot to enjoy in this book. The plot of international intrigue gives a unique thriller/suspense element to this paranormal romance, giving ENEMY MINE appeal across several genres.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nikki B on October 6, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Nikko, aka Johnny, had served his time..maybe not so much in a prison but in his own mind...going over and over again how he had killed his true love because she had killed their daughter. Years later he finds himself dying on a mountainside only to see her appear before him. Very much alive. Not sure what he saw, he only knows he awakens with what seem to be superhuman powers after the last thought of her sticking a needle in his chest comes to him.

Selena has had a hard time letting go of the past, but what is done is done. There is no going back to that small sliver of time that she was happy. Nikko thinks she is dead, her child is alive and safe but only if she has no contact. Things are as they should be. That doesn't stop her from wanting that happiness back somewhere deep inside her. Seeing Johnny near death re-awakened something in her. He may not ever forgive her deception or understand her intention, but she can save him now.

With demons running loose, heriarchys that aren't to be messed with and a job to do, Selena doesn't have much choice. Nikko isn't taking no for an answer though and he finally wants answers. Selena needs to start believing in them again...it may be the only way to save them all.

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While I found the story line in Enemy Mine to be fairly unique...offering readers something that is a blend between suspense, paranormal and UF....I found it to be lacking in connection. Perhaps it's because I had not read the first book in the series. Perhaps it was the way in which it was wrote. It had a romantic suspense feel, right down to terrorist activity, but was wrote as a paranormal. I think I prefer one or the other, not combined. Perhaps it was simply me. I found the characters of Nikko and Selena to be well wrote and individually good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Douglas C. Meeks TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 6, 2012
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Finished Enemy Mine and with the nice HEA I can probably stretch it to a 4 Star reading experience but the first book Enemy Lover seemed a bit more fun, when you need a change of pace and these are a cross between Black-Ops and paranormal with a central romance in each one (and yes plenty of sex for those hormonal challenged of you) I can recommend them, lot of action, the requisite angst (not a requirement for me but obviously PNR seems to require it). Something to add to your list of books when nothing else seems to fit :) I was a small bit let down on the last page but nothing that ruined it.
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By The Jeep Diva on August 1, 2012
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I have absolutely no clue what so ever how Harlow squeezed so much action into this book. The action is non-stop from the very beginning. There are numerous evil doers in Enemy Mine. The plot twists were shocking. On one page I would think a character had nefarious intentions for a certain reason then a couple of pages later I find out the character I thought could not possibly have an evil bone in their body is an enormous evil, for reasons I would've never guessed. I loved the suspense of this book. The book was fast paced, never a dull moment, the pages kept turning, I couldn't put the book down. The readers learn much more about the Otherworld and its ruling body the Order. The paranormal element is much higher in Enemy Mine.

L.O.S.T.'s newest assignment is to obtain a cask of materials that when it falls into the wrong hands will be used to create a dirty bomb. The team members are ambushed and the cask escapes their grasp. While Nikko is lying on the side of the road dying the female he was sent to jail for killing injects him with something that not only saves his life, it also changes him into a superhuman with super abilities. Now not only does he have to find the missing cask, but he has to find the dead lover that he was sentenced to jail time for killing. The clock is ticking and it is only a matter of time before the cask falls into the wrong hands and a dirty bomb is made...and used.

Selena has learned that an evil far deadlier than any terrorists wants the cask. She has also found out the majority of the plans that this evil has planned for the cask. Her plans, acquire the cask, turn it over to her employer for safe keeping, and continue ridding the world of the evil Hellkeepers. Her problem, Nikko, he wants answers, a lot of them.
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