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Thursday, February 16, 2012

Throwback Thursday: The Target By Catherine Coulter



Author: Catherine Coulter
First Published in 1998 by Putnam


In a secluded cabin high in the Rockies, Ramsey Hunt rescues a small girl unconscious in the forest and is mistaken for a kidnapper by the girl's mother. By the time she finally discovers Ramsey has saved the girl, Ramsey and the mother must flee pursuing strangers with the intent to kill. Facing constant danger, the pair ultimately discovers why they're at the center of the target.




The Target is the third book in the FBI series by Catherine Coulter and the third that I have reviewed for Throwback Thursday thus far.  All I can say is that this series keeps getting better and better!  I loved Ramsey and Molly.  Their fall into love was just too sweet for words. For a big, tough federal judge, he is such a sweet guy and any woman would be crazy not to fall for him. Sometimes I don't like the addition of a child to a romantic suspense, but little Emma just wraps you around her little finger and doesn't let go.  What a great set of characters.

The mystery was great  and kept me guessing. The beginning scenes were gut wrenching at times, but Ms. Coulter did a very good job of handing the subject matter. I also loved the addition of Savich and Sherlock.  Her reaction to hearing the "P " word was too funny! Can't wait to pick up the next one.

1 comment:

Jessica L. Buike said...

Love your review! I shared a link on my blog today: http://authorjess.blogspot.com/2012/02/trip-around-thursday-happenings-in.html