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Hunt Her Down (The Bullet Catchers) Mass Market Paperback – August 25, 2009

4.7 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
Book 7 of 8 in the Bullet Catchers Series

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"Top-notch suspense!" -- Romantic Times

"Hot, fun, fast, and fearless! I want one of these bodyguards!" -- New York Times bestselling author Cherry Adair

About the Author

Roxanne St. Claire left her PR career to write full time. She lives in Florida with her husband and children.
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Product Details

  • Series: The Bullet Catchers (Book 7)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Star (August 25, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 143910221X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1439102213
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,092,846 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Kindle Edition
I'm a huge fan of the Bullet Catcher series, having read each book in it twice, and I can honestly say this was my number one favorite so far. We finally get Dan Gallagher's story, after all this time of wondering if he would find true love with his boss, Lucy Sharpe. He didn't, and after I read this book, I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out.

In this story, Dan goes off to find Maggie, a woman he once knew when he was working as an undercover FBI agent because the drug lord she helped put away is out of jail. He just wants to be sure she's okay, certain she'll never recognize him because he'd had a very thorough cover fourteen years earlier when they were intimate - plus, she thinks that guy "Michael Scott" is dead. But nothing in Maggie's life is what he expects it to be, and some of the most fun in the whole book is when Dan discovers Maggie is the one with the real life-changing secret.

Before long, they have to face the truth (and I really liked that St. Claire didn't drag it out to the end - in fact I loved the way Maggie found out) and some really bad guys are after them for something Maggie has unwittingly kept over the years. They have to figure out a very complex puzzles to find a missing fortune and save their lives. Their attraction is fantastic, some of THE best sexual tension I have ever read. Dan is funny and tough and sexy and Maggie is one of the strongest, smartest heroines without taking over everything. Their past is ugly and dark, and they've both changed so much since they knew each other, but their final declaration of love is completely believable.

I give this one the highest recommendation - I'm already reading it again while I wait for the next one that comes out in a month. (That Bullet Catcher, Con, is introduced in this book and looks like he'll be just as much fun.)
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When I thought Roxanne St. Claire couldn't do any better than Now You Die, because it's the perfect book, she *did* it. Believe it or not, Hunt Her Down is even better. It's the best of the Bullet Catchers series. The story is intriguing, the characters are interesting, the suspense builds up to the last minute.
And... it's absolutely HILARIOUS. I laughed out loud so many times reading this book, like I hadn't in the longest time. In fact, one of my favorite book lines EVER is within these pages (so, you better pick it up and read NOW).
St. Claire built up the atmosphere for Dan's book from the start, and she didn't let the readers down. She nailed it. Absolutely. Got it as good as it gets.
This is the kind of book you can't put down until you're done, then, you just want to pick it up and read it again. Everyone should read it. Seriously! :)
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Fourteen years ago, young Maggie Varcek was madly in love with Michael Scott. Until the night he was killed in an FBI drug raid. Devastated by his loss and realizing she'd aided in the bust, however unwittingly, Maggie flees into the night, very alone and carrying secrets with her, in more ways than one.

Former FBI agent Dan Gallagher, once undercover as Michael Scott, is now a Bullet Catcher. When he hears that Ramon Jimenez is now out of jail, he wants to check on Maggie, the woman he once loved. He doesn't plan on letting her know who he is, but he wants to make sure she's all right.

All that changes when he sees Maggie and realizes his feelings for her are still there. Then things begin to happen that let Dan know he was right about Ramon being bent on revenge against Maggie. Ramon wants something Maggie has, and Dan is determined to keep her safe.

Maggie's not sure what to feel when she realizes the man she knew as Michael Scott is alive and well. But the feelings she had ran deep, and despite her anger they share a very special bond. She's determined not to let him back into her heart, but some things don't work out as planned.

Can Maggie and Dan overcome fourteen years of separation, and numerous secrets and deceptions, to keep all they hold dear safe, all the while losing their hearts to each other all over again?

Hunt Her Down continues the Bullet Catcher tradition of fantastic suspense and incredible romance. Dan Gallagher has fascinated me from the first Bullet Catcher novel, and that fascination was ramped up in this book. I absolutely loved watching him and Maggie reconnect. His protective instincts melted my heart.
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By Sue on August 11, 2014
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I love, love, love this series. But Dan's story tops them all, with a very close second being Lucy and Jack's story. The Bullet Catchers are body guards who all have significant experience in special ops in previous jobs. Dan was once an FBI agent. The story springs from things that happened to him and to people he cared about while he was an agent. It can be hard to make very extreme, exciting events believable but somehow St Claire manages to keep the reader engaged and on the edge of the seat. In this story, the reader becomes very connected and cares greatly about the main characters. We have gotten to know Dan in previous BC stories but we never really knew the real Dan until this book. We love him, get mad at him, worry about him, cheer him on, and he becomes very real in a basically unreal setting of a high octane thriller. All the Bullet Catchers are heroic, macho, type A men who can think on their feet. What makes them special is that they are all drawn with heart and the ability to be human. They can love and care and feel as well as shoot.

I strongly recommend reading the series in order because the author does a wonderful job developing the main characters as the series goes on. Some of the books in the series are weaker and some are stronger but all of them are better than most stuff out there. The set together is amazing and very worth reading. In the last few years, St Claire has abandoned high suspense/romance for the easier straight romance which is a huge shame because she shines in this genre and so few can do it well. She is exceptional in this genre. GIVE US MORE BC!!!!!
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