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BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt of Linda Howard and Linda Jones's Running Wild.
 
Thirty-two-year-old Angie Powell has always spoken her mind, but in the presence of Dare Callahan she nurses a simmering rage. Three years ago, Dare returned home to rural Montana and opened a hunting business to rival Angie’s own, forcing her to close up shop. The infuriatingly attractive Iraq war vet even had the nerve to ask Angie out, not once but twice. Before Angie leaves town, she organizes one last trip into the wilderness with a client. But the adrenaline-fueled adventure turns deadly when Angie witnesses a cold-blooded murder and finds herself on the wrong side of a gun. Then a bear comes crashing through the woods—changing the dark game completely. Luckily, Dare is camping nearby and comes to her aid. Forced together for survival, Angie and Dare must confront hard feelings, a blinding storm, and a growing attraction—while a desperate killer and a ferocious five-hundred-pound beast stalk their prey.
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ISBN: 9780345526298
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A bit different in its storyline, PREY is a suspenseful story that you'll want to read straight through. I liked this book, I just didn't love this book. I had enough moments of "Oh, come on!" and "Really?" to result in the 3 star rating.A side note about the reader's performance: the hero's voice bugged me, until an explanation for it came about 2/3s of the way through the book. This would have worked better if I was the "reader," but "listening" to Ms. Craden's interpretation for such length without an explanation, was just irritating.more
Take two people, force them to spend some time with each other, even though before they rub each other up the wrong way and watch as they resolve their issues and (omg my brain is going bad pun-ish places with what to say next here) start into a relationship. It's a formula, it works, mostly, in this book.Angie Powell is a hunting guide and the business she inherited from her father is going downhill in favour of ex-soldier Dare Callahan's similar business. On a final job things go terribly wrong and suddenly she's dodging a killer and a bear and she has to rely on Dare for help.It's not bad, readable but nothing earth-shattering.more
Prey had suspens with a twist. Angie Powell & Dare Callahan had a hostile relationship. But they where atracked to one anther. On Angie's Lastest hunting trip could be her last. She was stalked by a desperate killer and a maneating black bear. Angie & Dare joined forces to survive. I could not put it down after I started to read it.more
Angie Powell and Dare Callahan have had a hostile relationship ever since the Iraq war veteran came back to Montana, opened a hunting business that gradually sucked away her customers - and then had the gall to ask her out. As a lone female in a male-dominated field, Angie's struggled to stay afloat, and her most recent hunting trip may be her last. Especially since unknown to Angie her customers have a whole different agenda. Facing a deadly situation with predators on two legs and four on the mountain with them, Dare and Angie have two choice - join forces, or die.Didn't want to put this down. Plenty of action, and if the plot stretches credence, I for one didn't care.more
Angie Powell lacked passion for her job, until she returned home to take over her father’s guide business after his death. Now, because she is loosing business to another guide, she has decided to sell out and move on. The current trip will probably be her last, but fate interferes with a rogue bear and a psychopathic client. There are some difficult to swallow areas of the story, including the bear, but overall, this is a very enjoyable, entertaining story. Linda Howard makes it easy to spend a few hours lost in a book.more
Boy, I enjoyed this one. If you like good romantic suspense with some hot sex, you'll like it , too. Sure, it was probably predictable, but I thought the plot was creative, and a bit off the beaten path. Give it a try! 4.5 stars for romantic suspense fans, not for great literature.more
Angie's guide business has been steadily undercut over the last two years by her new competitor. But when she takes two dangerous clients hunting in territory roamed by a killer bear, Dare may be her only chance for survival. Also, he's really hot.more
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A bit different in its storyline, PREY is a suspenseful story that you'll want to read straight through. I liked this book, I just didn't love this book. I had enough moments of "Oh, come on!" and "Really?" to result in the 3 star rating.A side note about the reader's performance: the hero's voice bugged me, until an explanation for it came about 2/3s of the way through the book. This would have worked better if I was the "reader," but "listening" to Ms. Craden's interpretation for such length without an explanation, was just irritating.more
Take two people, force them to spend some time with each other, even though before they rub each other up the wrong way and watch as they resolve their issues and (omg my brain is going bad pun-ish places with what to say next here) start into a relationship. It's a formula, it works, mostly, in this book.Angie Powell is a hunting guide and the business she inherited from her father is going downhill in favour of ex-soldier Dare Callahan's similar business. On a final job things go terribly wrong and suddenly she's dodging a killer and a bear and she has to rely on Dare for help.It's not bad, readable but nothing earth-shattering.more
Prey had suspens with a twist. Angie Powell & Dare Callahan had a hostile relationship. But they where atracked to one anther. On Angie's Lastest hunting trip could be her last. She was stalked by a desperate killer and a maneating black bear. Angie & Dare joined forces to survive. I could not put it down after I started to read it.more
Angie Powell and Dare Callahan have had a hostile relationship ever since the Iraq war veteran came back to Montana, opened a hunting business that gradually sucked away her customers - and then had the gall to ask her out. As a lone female in a male-dominated field, Angie's struggled to stay afloat, and her most recent hunting trip may be her last. Especially since unknown to Angie her customers have a whole different agenda. Facing a deadly situation with predators on two legs and four on the mountain with them, Dare and Angie have two choice - join forces, or die.Didn't want to put this down. Plenty of action, and if the plot stretches credence, I for one didn't care.more
Angie Powell lacked passion for her job, until she returned home to take over her father’s guide business after his death. Now, because she is loosing business to another guide, she has decided to sell out and move on. The current trip will probably be her last, but fate interferes with a rogue bear and a psychopathic client. There are some difficult to swallow areas of the story, including the bear, but overall, this is a very enjoyable, entertaining story. Linda Howard makes it easy to spend a few hours lost in a book.more
Boy, I enjoyed this one. If you like good romantic suspense with some hot sex, you'll like it , too. Sure, it was probably predictable, but I thought the plot was creative, and a bit off the beaten path. Give it a try! 4.5 stars for romantic suspense fans, not for great literature.more
Angie's guide business has been steadily undercut over the last two years by her new competitor. But when she takes two dangerous clients hunting in territory roamed by a killer bear, Dare may be her only chance for survival. Also, he's really hot.more
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