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Hot Pursuit (Black Knights Inc., 11) Mass Market Paperback – Picture Book, October 3, 2017
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"Another highly satisfying, action-packed romance. " - Kirkus Reviews
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- Publisher : Sourcebooks Casablanca (October 3, 2017)
- Language : English
- Mass Market Paperback : 384 pages
- ISBN-10 : 149260884X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1492608844
- Item Weight : 4.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 4.19 x 0.96 x 6.88 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #790,244 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I really enjoyed the intensity of their clandestine trip to England. They all have individual survival skills to help the team stay secret. The secondary character relationships were heartfelt but frustrating. They made you want to help them in some way to work out their differences. The imagery of the English countryside combined with Christian’s accent and his English vocabulary keeps me very entertained. Ms. Walker has a unique way of describing a man’s physique that gives one a very clear picture of what he actually looks like which brings him to life. Emily’s snarky personality is hilarious in that she says some pretty off the wall slang, has a quick wit and a heart that is true and sweet. I love the interaction between these two. They keep it very exciting!
It is apparent that all of the men in this story are made up of a multitude of layers. Discovering what each man is made of makes this story very interesting. The story has twists and turns that keep you guessing and surprised at the outcome. I couldn’t put this book down and I didn’t want it to end. I would love a sequel to this one for sure!
Julie Ann Walker
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Page turning, pulse pounding, brilliant, witty and action packed. I absolutely loved everything about this book. All of Christian’s British sayings were delightful and his and Emily’s banter helped relieve some of the tension.
Christian Watson, a former SAS officer and current BKI operator, never thought he would return to England after a terrible turn of events forced him to abandon his homeland.
Emily lost her coveted job at the CIA because of a colleague turned rogue, and now she has just one rule when it comes to men: they're for recreational purposes only.
We've gotten glimpses of these two butting heads and it is funny. The “proper” British guy being ragged on by the Blue Collar Chicago tough girl. Christian has fascinated me from BKI book one. He is so different from the other guys in some aspects but is just as capable of being a badass when needed. Emily, a recent addition to the group, has fast become one of my favorite characters. The chemistry between them is obvious to everyone but them. As one of their colleagues thought ‘a dash of longing mixed with a dollop of lust sprinkled atop a near-nuclear pile of need’.
On the run from a recent op that didn't go well the team is confronted with Christian’s past in a way no one saw coming. Just when they think they are home free a new threat emerges.
With that being said, there was something missing from this book. Hot Pursuit felt a lot like a romance, without the suspense from Walker’s earlier books. This book felt more like a filler to give Christian his HEA. And I am not sure that it would work as a stand-alone, which is not true for the other BKI books. And as much as I like Emily, she irritated me toward the end of the book. Her reaction to Christian’s feelings was stupid and the fact that she is so insecure about her own feelings and whether they are real or lasting is ridiculous for someone who is a grown woman -- even a grown woman with a screwed up history.
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I just honestly don't think julie ann walker has been to Britain and I just couldn't get past these issues. Christian was a problem for me because a boy from a very low income household in the East end would not speak like James bond with marbles in his mouth. colloquially it was so far of base,I just could not get past it and ended up skiming and flicking past pages. This is not a reflection on the series but I just did not enjoy this book, role on Angel